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Dalia Cabinet Delta Awards 2018 selection
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Picture curtesy of BD Barcelona Styling: Olha_M Photography: Marcela Grassi

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Styling: Olha_M
Photography: Marcela Grassi

We are proud to share that Dalia Cabinet, for BD Barcelona, was selected in this year's edition of the Delta Awards.

The Delta Awards are held by the Industrial Design Association linked to FAD, Fostering Arts and Design, headquartered in Barcelona. It is a referent for industrial design in Europe thanks to its constant efforts in the promotion of creative culture through exhibitions, professional lectures, awards and events. With an aim to celebrate excellence in design, highlighting its importance as a privileged tool to generate wealth in an industrial economy.

 
Joel EscalonaAWARD, DALIA
Dalia Cabinet for BD Barcelona at Salone Internazionale del Mobile
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We’re thrilled to announce that after last year’s success, Dalia Cabinet for BD Barcelona will once again be on show at this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan.

The Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano is the biggest and most important show in the world regarding furniture and design from all over. Since its first edition in 1961 the fair has been shaping the history of design and displaying top-notch and innovative products.

BD Barcelona is a Spanish company founded in the 70’s that has edited furniture by iconic artists and Designers like Dalí, Jaime Hayon, Campana Brothers and Konstantin Grcic.

Join us from April 17-22
Fiera Milano – Rho
Hall 16, Stand B31

 
9th National Design Biennial

We are celebrating! 

We won the 9th National Design Biennial, the most important event concerning design organized by the Federal Government through  Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (National Council for Culture  and Arts), Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Institute of Fine Arts) and Escuela de Diseño del INBA (School of Design). In this event, the designers are rewarded for contributing professionally and culturally to their country. 

This is an award for each member of the studio, each client, manufacturer and person involved in these projects. This is an award for all. It is an award for national design.

In Joel Escalona Studio we participate with four projects within the category Design for the  Development or Economic and Commercial Promotion: 

 
Dalia for BD Barcelona  —  First place

Dalia for BD BarcelonaFirst place

 
 
Dalia presented at Milano in Messico Exhibition

We are happy to announce our participation in Milano in Messico, an exhibition organized by Galería Mexicana de Diseño. Where we will present unpublished material on our collaboration with the renowned BD Barcelona brand for the past Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan, the most important event in the world in terms of the design industry. Don’t miss out and meet us there!

BD Barcelona is a Spanish publisher of furniture with great international prestige, that has designs of the most important contemporary creators like Lluís Clotet, Jaime Hayon, Konstantin Grcic, Cristian Zuzunaga, Gaudí and Dalí.  Now, Joel Escalona joins the list of emblematic designers that are part of the brand's catalog with Dalia, a credenza presented at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2017 in Milan, Italy.

Galería Mexicana de Diseño
Havre 77, piso 1
Juárez, Cuauhtémoc
CDMX

 
Dalia Cabinet for BD Barcelona at Salone Internazionale del Mobile

World, we introduce you to the Dalia Cabinet. Our first design collaboration with the renowned brand BD Barcelona, a Spanish company that has edited furniture by iconic artists and designers like Dalí, Jaime Hayon, Campana Brothers, Konstantin Grcic and now Joel Escalona.

Inspired by traditional iron works, Dalia manages to condense into a structure that is alive, the strident and baroque character of Mexican culture.