Since 1998, PhotoEspaña has been the Best National Photography Festival. The 2019 edition brings together the work of 296 designers in 85 exhibitions, among which there is street work by renowned photojournalists, William Klein and Berenice Abbott.
According to the World Tourist Organisation, 8 out of 10 people prefer to stay in places which have sustainable initiatives. These hotels define their ECO stance through the inclusion of ecological materials and the enactment of a respectful lifestyle with the environment.
Enticing clients with the identity of the product and space. The new way to stand out from the endless number of products and brands.
‘The visual creations by the Yonoh, Ashler and Guillamón Estudio studios have revolutionised the world of marketing with drawing as a means of communication. Direct messages and typographic innovation have set a precedent in Spain and abroad.
This young photographer has revolutionised social networks with his aerial images of Australia, Mexico and Indonesia. His way of seeing the world has caught the eye of companies, namely: Google, Samsung, Lexus and Disney. All of them now work with him.
The joint venture between Hard Rock International and the Palladium Hotel Group has allowed for this hotel to be built by the d’en Bossa beach. The 493 rooms have a cutting-edge style, and furthermore, several types of technological equipment so that guests can put together their very own playlist and enjoy some of the classic tunes from the 20th century.
The latest report by the United Nations estimates that water shortages will have affected 5.700 million people by 2050. The Drops Roof system plates, the SmartWater device and the ECO technology applied to bathroom equipment all promote the conscious and responsible use of energy.
Renowned for going beyond styles and exerting an almost allegorical connection between east and west through architecture, Isozaki stands out because of his projects on four continents, namely: El Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona and the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles.
Designed by the British architect, Justin Bere, under PassivHaus European standards, this 175m2 home located in Buckinghamshire complies with the ‘smart energy revolution’ standards.