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Casa Decor Madrid 2016

Hager at CASA DECOR 2016 in Madrid 

Casa Decor opened its gates to the public from 19th May to 26th June, showcasing the latest trends from the world of interior design, architecture, design and art. The 2016 exhibition was celebrated in Casa Palacio Atocha 34, a restored 19th century building in Madrid’s famous Las Letras district. Each of the 24 rooms was designed by a different interior designer or stylist.

Hager took part in the exhibition for the second year running, joining forces with renowned interior designer Manuel Espejo for the 51st edition of this event. The “Escalera Hager: Diseño y función en armonía” (in English: “Hager staircase: design and function in harmony”) is located inside the entrance area decorated by Manuel.

The staircase is a symbol of the constant innovation and development at Hager Group. The company has been climbing the ladder step by step for more than 60 years, striving to achieve the perfect balance between technology and design. Visitors to Casa Decor were invited to climb these steps and discover the innovative products and solutions available from Hager Group.

In addition to the staircase area, Hager also showcased its technologies and solutions in 17 of the 24 exclusive rooms. For instance, LED dimmers from Berker were used in the Casa Decor restaurant along with matching gold and white switch frames from the Berker B.3 series. The private dining room was fitted with KNX and domovea solutions, creating a completely automated space.

Casa Decor is an exclusive interior design exhibition with a format unlike any other in Europe. It is held in a different location in the centre of Madrid each year. For 40 days, the exhibition is open to the public in a unique historic building whose interior has been decorated by some of the most important interior designers in the industry.

The event was first held in 1992, when a group of 43 interior designers came together to transform a former convent in Madrid. The exhibitions have been visited by over 2 million people to date – that’s an average of 40,000 visitors per year.

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