It is the kind of moment when a designer should be on the move.
The Spanish Interior Design Week is an annual event that aims to showcase new and innovative interior designs.
For a few days this year, the Spanish government announced that the country will host the event in October, and it looks like they’ve hit the mark.
The Spanish Interior design week will run from October 11-12, 2019, and will take place in Madrid, Barcelona, and Barcelona, as well as in the resort city of Marbella.
There will be more than 200 exhibitions, including the new ‘Design of the Future’, which will be a collaboration between architects, designers, and students from universities across the country.
This year’s theme is ‘Design for the Future’.
According to the organizers, this year’s exhibition is a continuation of the theme that was first introduced in 2019.
“Design for Tomorrow” will feature “the latest in contemporary design” and will also be dedicated to the “new technologies of the 21st century.”
According to Spanish interior designer María José Maria Ruiz, the aim of the exhibition is to provide “a platform for the design and the visual communication of the digital and social environment.”
For the first time, there will be an exhibition devoted to the digital landscape, where the “idea of the Internet, and the social spaces that connect it, will be explored in a variety of ways.”
The exhibition will focus on the idea of the “Internet as a global public space,” and will be designed by “experts from the Spanish interior and design fields.”
This is not the first exhibition to showcase the new technologies of today.
In 2017, the country was host to the first-ever Spanish-language conference dedicated to digital technologies.
According to the organisers, the goal of the new exhibition is “to introduce and share the possibilities of the emerging digital technologies in the 21f century.”
Design for a future where the sun doesn’t come out on October 10 is a great opportunity to showcase these emerging technologies, which may become a game changer for the future of the planet.