It was a balmy summer evening in Barcelona. Seven international design bloggers were buzzing around in the beautiful Casa Yök and showered, updated Instagram, listened to music, had a coffee. And then it was time to go upstairs – to the amazing rooftop terrace where we were invited to enjoy a delicious dinner with Delica, a wonderful and sleek Spanish design brand from the northern region of Navarra in Spain. Delica started off as a manufacturer of trays for the hospitality industry and has ever since expanded its portfolio with beautifully designed and made products for the contemporary kitchen, dining room and living room.
We enjoyed a culinary trip through Spain served on the sleek Sacha trays and our apartment at Casa Yök was equipped with the ‘Just in Case’ stools, trays and tables (it can be all at once or all separately), the Otto wine bottle holder, the Ameba collection of wooden placemats and coasters, the Lorea fruit basket made of bentwood as well as the Aurea dish rack.
Discovering Delica was really amazing as I think none of us has ever heard of this Spanish design label before. We were not so surprised to hear that Delica has won various design awards as we chatted with some of their designers over dinner. We also played along with the Delica designer Jordi Caluda who created the funky PHI 60 modular shelving system which can be fixed individually according to your preferences. A fun and very contemporary piece!
Photography by Susanna Vento
What beautiful designs! I’d never heard of Delica before but will now check them out.
I was in the same situation Abi! I was totally surprised by the beautiful and contemporary designs coming from the city of Navarra in Spain! Lovely pieces!
Me neither – looks FAB Igor 🙂
Hope you are enjoying your summer –
Thank you Anya! I am boiling here but I am packing right now for one week of offline holiday with the family in Serbia! Have a fab summer too!
Γινεται να μεταφερθει η πρώτη φωτογραφία στο σπίτι μου?!
Wow το stand για μπουκαλια ειναι τέλειο, άνετα το μπερδεύεις για μοντέρνο γλυπτό 😉