Trends often arise near the closest spaces to real life, and provide new insights to boost looks and roads to travel together. Under this perspective to unite reality with future from a street perpective, the Showboom initiative returns to the city of Valencia in upcoming weeks, getting in touch the latest trends in interior design, architecture and decoration with the Eastern Spain capital.
On 9-13 February, this initiative that coincides with the celebration of ‘See you in Valencia’ and the Fairs Cevisama, Habitat Valencia and Maderalia, will renovate landmarks that are deeply rooted in the everyday and history of the city, turning them into trendy exhibition spaces. Traditional buildings such as Mercado de Colón, San Pio V, Exhibition Palace, Old Mercado Tapinería, the Bancaja Cultural Center or the Cervello Palace will breath a new air for a week:
San PIO V
The building houses the Museum of Fine Arts in Valencia, the second most important gallery in Spain.
Located in central Valencia, opposite the old river bed, it is a historic building that currently houses a museum and the Municipal Archives of Valencia.
Built for the 1909 Regional Exhibition held in Valencia, reminiscent of the florid gothic. It has several specially prepared spaces for exhibitions and events.
An urban building in the plaza of the same name, in the historic centre of Valencia. They propose to convert an old building restored in a unique and incomparable exhibition space.
Recently opened, this is an innovative space in the centre of Valencia, which hosts a variety of commercial and cultural activities.
Bancaja Cultural Centre
The Bancaja Cultural Centre is the result of the union of two historic buildings: the headquarters of the former Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Valencia, early twentieth century, and the former residence of Manuel Gomez Fos, late nineteenth century.
An old market loacted in the centre of Valencia. Since its restoration, completed in 2003, it has become a very attractive building for both tourists and the inhabitants of the city, for its modernist architecture.
A unique opportunity to connect past and future from unparalleled settings.