July 22, 2020
This edition devotes its pages to the 27th International Exhibition of Architecture & Interior Design and to women who are setting the future trends of interior design with their creations.
The 36th issue of Lifestyle Magazine is dedicated to sustainability and the new architectural trends that are emerging in Mexico where traditionalism and modernity are combined in a single structure.
Eco-conversion has become a priority for the PORCELANOSA Group, whose green Eco Conscious programme and product diversification have allowed the brand to expand worldwide. A sustainable development explained in this issue through the initiatives and achievements of its eight brands.
The 27th International Exhibition of Architecture & Interior Design and the 2019 National Innovation Award close the corporate block of the magazine, which is complemented by a comprehensive report on interior designers whose transgressive and lively vision is trending. This section features Kelly Wearstler, Joanna Laajisto and Sarah Lavoine.
Similar to what is happening in Mexico, where new architectural firms are promoting another way of building and inhabiting spaces with stronger and more eco-friendly materials. These pages will display the urban remodelling projects promoted by architects such as Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas, Gabriel and Mario Téllez, Juan Manuel Lemus, Isabel Lira and Enrique Norten.
In the 'Projects' section, the reader will be able to learn more about 'Hotel Me Dubai by Meliá', designed by Zaha Hadd Architects, or Hotel Lopesan Costa Bávaro in Punta Cana. There will also be several spaces dedicated to luxury residential facilities, such as the futuristic complex 'Los Altos Hills' in California, by architect Malika Junaid, or the open structures of Víctor Tatay and Héctor Ruiz Velázquez.
The technological evolution of façades and new forms of construction will be another topic to look at with the University of Montpellier (France), the Courtyard by Marriott hotel in New York (USA) and the Waterways House building in Dublin (Ireland), among the main references.
It will culminate in the Hyde Park residential complex in Amsterdam, designed and planned by architect Winy Maas.
All this content and much more in the new issue of Lifestyle Magazine.