The study of MANUEL TORRES DESIGN has designed for the Exhibition of the VI International Building Exhibition SAIE, the new space for the Design and Trends Pavilion.
The pavilion has been designed to present and bring to the maximum exponent the novelties in terms of design, trends and products from the world of architecture and interior design of national and international character. Again the studio has once again surprised with its creativity and innovation, creating a strong imprint that is already becoming a hallmark of its brand.
A project has been designed with the intention of generating an impact space and with a strong design load. The Design and Trends Pavilion has been made up of several settings distributed in more than 200m2. Specifically, the spaces have been distributed in the following areas: Lobby-Meeting Point, Hotel Suite, Bathroom, Cinema Room and a Business-Networking Zone.
Five experiences in a container that give us an integrated communication, permeability and flexibility with its content. Meanwhile, the continent has been unified thanks to seven basic colors following the latest trends in Color Blocking.
All this has been shaped into a kind of spider’s web. The wrap has been a clear nod to the Mexican thread, an identifying symbol of Mexican craftsmanship. Its avant-garde shape and unexpected finishes provoke the objective of causing visual impact and curiosity to the visitors of the fair.
An ideal and contemporary setting for this unique Design and Trends Pavilion, of important proportions but easy to assemble and disassemble, ecofriendly and 100% recoverable, sustainable, sustainable and cost-effective.
All these elements contributed to qualify the general lighting of the fair and therefore to acquire control over the own ambient lighting of the space and at the same time to act as an acoustic reverberant of the environment; thus achieving a staging where fundamental aspects such as external perception, interior decoration and all the elements and products exhibited in each of its settings are controlled.