Cevisama, the industry’s flagship international trade fair, is gearing up for its 40th anniversary from 26 February to 1 March at Feria Valencia.
Valencia, 2 February 2024. – Cevisama is gearing up for its 2024 fair and has unveiled the details of its side events which attract domestic and international opinion leaders every year. Renowned interior designers Isabel López, and Rocío Boscá and Paul Dieterlen from Acierta Retail will be at the Cevisama Interior Design Forum on Thursday, 29 February to speak about the hottest trends and applications in interior design.
The interior design talks are to be held in Cevisama’s new hub, the Plaza Activa, a large all-purpose stage in Hall 1 on level 3.
Paul Dieterlen y Rocío Boscá (Acierta Retail)
Paul Dierterlen is an architect who studied at the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM). He has been part of the Acierta team since 2016, working as the head of technical development for architectural projects.
Rocío Boscá has a degree in Industrial Design Engineering from the UPV and a master’s degree in industrial design from UCH CEU. She has been a member of the Acierta team since 2005, working as a designer and managing retail, hospitality and contract projects. In 2022, she became head of the Design team, handling client management and the Design and Creativity line of business at Acierta.
Isabel López (Isabel López Interior Design)
Isabel López Vilalta is a graduate in interior design from the Barcelona School of Design and Engineering (Elisava) and has been working in interior and other kinds of design for over 35 years. She combines her work as an interior designer with education, drawing on over fifteen years of experience and lecturing and teaching on master’s programmes at various Spanish universities. She has received several Spanish and international design awards.
Isabel is a founding partner at the ISABEL LOPEZ VILALTA studio which meticulously addresses each project by analysing the space to be designed rooted in a sense of place to ensure it genuinely belongs to the location and client. The studio is characterised by its timeless projects which mainly feature natural materials that last over time to deliver sustainability.
Their projects include the Celler de Can Roca in Girona, the Filandón Restaurant in Madrid, Banc Sabadell’s senior management offices and the Frigicoll showrooms in Madrid and Barcelona. Inturotel’s Cala Esmeralda in Majorca and the Santa María de Briones Hotel are two of their most recent hotel projects. They are currently designing several hotels in Spain and Portugal along with luxury properties on Majorca and in Barcelona.