From 11 to 14 February, an unmissable event for lovers of architecture, interior design and decorative arts is due to take place: ‘Nos Vemos en Valencia’, or ‘See you in Valencia’ for the first time will bring together four of the most important events running in these areas. Feria Valencia, which comprises Feria Hábitat, Cevisama and Fimma y Maderalia next month will display the most innovative designs and novelties in furniture, lighting, kitchens, home textiles, ceramics and bathrooms. The event, clearly of international prestige, will target professionals in both product distribution and contracts, and will involve a number of parallel activities including exhibitions, conferences and showrooms in different places around the city of Valencia.

Events and other activities that form part of ‘Nos Vemos in Valencia’ include Trans/hitos, an architecture and design exhibition related to ceramics; NUDE, a well-established platform spanning several years experience for young designers and design schools; Foro de Arquitectura y Diseño, an architecture and design forum with the participation of world-renowned professionals; the Concurso Internacional de Diseño, a design competition geared towards bathroom and ceramic design, and also the prize-giving ceremony for the Alfa de Oro awards. Those who attend ‘Nos Vemos en Valencia’ will also have chance to visit the ‘Bravos’ exhibition organised by Juli Capella, which brings together 21 internationally-renowned Spanish designers, on show for the first time in Spain.

Thanks to the Showboom initiative, Feria Valencia provides a range of different showrooms across the city which pose suitable exhibition spaces for these projects, which as an added bonus are exceptional feats of design themselves. These include the Mercado Colón, the Mercado de Tapinería, the San Pío V and Carmen museums as well as beautiful period buildings such as the Palacio Exposición and the Palacio Cervelló.


To find out more, visit the official website of Nos Vemos en Valencia and Feria Valencia: Feria Hábitat, Cevisama and Fimma y Maderalia.