Young and dinamic, Technology and Design Cabanes, was born in 1994 specializing in the production of urban furniture, which origin comes from a family company founded in 1917. Cabanes faces up to a new transition from handcrafted furniture into an industrial organization, expanding its production to garden and inside furniture. Cabanes stands for the international market with strong and determination. Quality, functionality, security and service are the principles aimed by the Technology and Design Cabanes staff. New shapes and materials in our designs and quality, in collaboration with professional designers.
We develop and produce fine outdoor & leisure furniture. We are young, untill when we will be able to say that?, and we are not geniuses, but fool enough to have these ideas that we do; they are like us and they spring forth after a bit more of effort than usual. Our litlle secret? Work as a team. And this is not just a cliché. We all have something to say, something to contribute; there is always something worth being heard. And we want to hear it.
Collection has been designing and making contemporary furniture since 2008. Thanks to its high quality, unmistakeable style and high degree of creativity, the company is widely respected in the luxury furniture sector. Its furniture is hand-crafted and timeless. It mainly exports its designs, selling 80 per cent of these to markets in the US, Middle East, Mexico, India, Taiwan and Russia.
Founded over 54 years ago, Cancio is a family business which makes tables, chairs and stools for the domestic and contract markets. Its factory occupies over 12,000 sq m and employs over 50 people who manufacture its high quality goods to an impeccable standard. All its products are made in Europe, while its philosophy consistently centres on differentiating itself from other companies, thanks to its products' excellent design and functionality.
The Paco Capdell company was founded in 1984 to supply customers with a special interest in designer products for the home. It gradually extended its costumer base, moving into the contract and collective market. This was matched by a considerable growth in exports, which is still and increasingly important area of its activity.Meanwhile, the company has invested heavily in moderninsing production methods, introducing computerised controls and robotics.
“A new era for a great design”. It is with this slogan that Cármenes sets out on its new journey as a company designing original upholstered furniture, continuing the work done by Perobell over three decades. It does so with the collaboration of respected designers such as Lievore Altherr Molina, Jorge Pensi, Ferran Estela, Samuel Accoceberry, Lluís Codina, Mathias Hoffmann, and Héctor Diego. The company produces comfortable, adaptable, and durable furniture by using high quality materials and the latest technology, without undermining the craftsmanship that is a unique characteristic of the company’s products.
Carpyen is a family company founded in 1954. Currently Carpyen has a catalogue that is renewed every two years and that provides a coherent view of its products. It uses the latest technologies and enjoys excellent business prospects based on design values, value for money, and its punctual and effective customer service.
Casadesús designs, develops, manufactures, and markets sofas and easy chairs. Thirty years of experience stand behind its achievements in design, research and development, manufacturing, quality, and service. Its catalogue contains three different product lines, Modern, Classic, and Decó. Casadesús' focuses on both the home and the contract markets. While Casadesús makes use of the latest technologies for manufacturing and ensuring quality of materials, it maintains traditional craft skills wherever expert manual work is required.
Ceracasa is a pioneer in the production and sale of high quality wall and floor coverings. /> Founded in 1984 by Mr Carlos Cabrera it was dedicated solely to the production of stoneware tiles. In 1991 we made a big leap by incorporating the production of red clay wall tiles and forming the structure and brand Cesacasa S.A. In the following years we incorporated floor and wall tiles in different formats such as special pieces and different finishes into our range.
María José Guinot launched Colección Alexandra in the early 1990s with her two sons, Juan and Jacobo, after 15 years of working as an interior designer. She wanted to produce innovative, original design within the traditional sector and provide a service that allowed clients to have their pieces customized to their exact requirements. The company has now developed an accessories range offering kitchen equipment, lights, rugs, fireplaces and objets d'art, and has set up a textiles company, Texturas Por Alexandra.
From its home in Valencia, Color de Seda produces decorative interior trimmings using traditional artisan and handmade techinques. Styles are suitable for interior spaces from the traditional to the contemporary, with added flavours from around the world and a colour palette that moves from subtle neutrals to acid brights. Its classic silk collections in rich colours are justoposed with the use of materials such as wool and wood, jute and cotton and linen.
Tableware brand COOKPLAY was launched in 2014 by Ana Roquero, an industrial designer from Bilbao. Passionately committed to a creative, experimental “table”, it is particularly tuned in to up-to-the-minute culinary culture. Its tableware can be found in leading-edge restaurants like Eneko Atxa’s Azurmendi (3 Michelin stars), Martín Berasategui (3 Michelin stars), El Celler de Can Roca (3 Michelin stars) and El Portal de Echaurren (2 Michelin stars). It is available for retail from select locations, like Hong Kong’s Peninsula Hotel and W Hotel Dubai, and is used at the hottest Art Basel Miami catering events. Cookplay collections are on sale at acclaimed department stores, like Paris’s legendary BHV Le Marais (Lafayette Group) or La Rinascente in Rome, and from luxury retail company Club 21 in Singapore. It is also stocked by top stores in Russia and Australia.
Cordon is one of Spain’s best-known jewellery company. It has used bronze and gold to make impeccably handcrafted, unique pieces which come with a certificate of authenticity. Its made-to-measure jewellery can be seen in palaces, embassy, hotels and restaurants all over the world. The third generation of this family business has instigated collaborations with young designers such as Ximo Roca and Véronica Martínez, who have created new pieces based on more contemporary ideas which complement the firm’s lighting and jewellery watches, come with a life-time warranty, reflect the company’s character and the best in modern design..
Cosentino focuses on the design, production and distribution of architectural and decorative solutions made from natural stone. It creates and defines leading products that are designed to provide innovative and functional solutions for the home and public spaces under the criteria of careful design, innovation and environmental respect. The group based its development on international expansion and an innovative research programme, which enables it to use the most advanced technology to obtain new materials. Cosentino's activity covers the entire natural stone manufacturing process, from extraction and processing to the installation of quartz surfaces, such as kitchen and bathroom worktops, cladding and other products. Cosentino distributes its products and brands to over 80 countries from its HQ in Almería, Spain, and has an established presence in over 30 countries. The multinational has seven factories (six in Spain and one in Brazil), one intelligent logistics platform in Spain and over 120 business premises all over the world. Over 90 per cent of Grupo Cosentino’s turnover is generated in foreign markets.
Since it was founded in 1985, Industrias Cosmic has focused on the creation of new bathroom environments (accessories, furniture, washbasins, taps and fittings, lighting, mirrors, etc). The aim is to make the bathroom a reflection of each individual's personality and the pleasure he or she derives from good design. Its management model and the quality of the designs it produces have resulted in Cosmic winning, among other awards, the Prince Felipe Prize for Business Excellence in 2003 in the Design category, and the Lux de Oro (Golden Lux) prize in 2001 for the design and creativity of its publications. Since it was founded just over 30 years ago, Cosmic is still known for its good taste, and has become a leading, highly respected bathroom fittings and accessories brand. Its new approach to bathroom design has proved successful, resulting in it exporting over 50 per cent of its goods and in having a presence all over the world.