The Smart Design Wellbeing event, organized by Villeroy & Boch in Barcelona turned out an enormous success
The Congress brought together four renowned speakers in the interior design scene: El Equipo Creativo, Sundukovy Sisters, Pepe Leal and GCA Architects
Smart Design & Wellbeing Barcelona.
Natali Canas del Pozo, El Equipo Creativo.
Andrea Navarro Golobart, GCA Architects.
Villeroy & Boch, the leading ceramics manufacturer with a longstanding expertise in bathrooms and wellness has celebrated in Barcelona this month of October a unique event that has brought together prestigious interior designers and renowned guest keynote speakers at national and international level. The congress took place at the Convent dels Àngels in the Spanish city of Barcelona and was a complete success, completing the facilities´ capacity with more than 250 guests: interior designers, architects and journalists from the world of interior design, with a clear international focus. Furthermore, the live-streaming of the panel discussion moderated by Dezeen had more than 27.000 viewers around the world.
The Smart Design & Wellbeing event, organized by Villeroy & Boch with the collaboration of Dezeen, the most influential online architecture and design platform in the world, and Elite Spain, the Spanish Luxury Federation brought together four renowned speakers in the interior design scene: El Equipo Creativo, Sundukovy Sisters, Pepe Leal and GCA Architects. All of them provided in their presentations an answer to the central theme of the conference: “Intelligent Design and Wellbeing in Hospitality”.
Following on the presentations, Marcus Fairs lead a round table panel discussion with the four keynote speakers focussed on the subject of “innovative interiors” in which all of them tackled pressing issues that impact wellbeing in hospitality design and that was followed in live stream on the Facebook channel of Dezeen by more than 25.000 people. To finish the wonderful evening, the host organized a cocktail dinner followed up by a party in the Capella from Convent del Àngels, an emblematic space that was built during the 16th century and currently forms part of the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA).