This year, Kriskadecor collaborates with the brand of sofas Grassoler at pavilion 12, stand C17. In addition, we have provided a big red chain curtain made with anodised aluminum links. You will find it in the entrance of the fair.
The brand offers a wide range of solutions for both architects and interior designers: space dividers, wall covering, ceiling, façades, lighting structures or even dramatic effects as a rainy ceiling. Customisation is Kriskadecor’s most strong value. With their small-interlinked pieces, they develop projects based in colours, shapes and volumes following customers’ needs and desires. Thanks to their patented technology, they are able to reproduce image and patterns combining a wide range of colours in brilliant and satin finishes.
The material is extremely versatile and due to its light weight the limit to use it is in each customer’s imagination. It can be used as a metal fabric or even as an architectural structure for magnificent sculptural projects. Mainly a contract design projects company, Kriskadecor areas are: restaurants, hotels, shops and malls, offices, sport stadiums, airports, ephemeral architecture and any kind of public spaces. But also due to the innovating and fresh impact of the material and its applications, also private houses have been use it. Innovation and customer’s services have been altogether with customization, the core values of the company since it was created in 1926.
Still a family-run company with the third generation leading the company nowadays, the spirit of the grandfather and founder, Josep Maria Sans Amill still remains and as he used to say: “ there is nothing that can’t be done, one just have to find the way”. Kriskadecor, a Montblanc based company, has been an international brand since the 80’s as their projects started to be requested from prescriptors from all over the world. In 2016, the company set a second international headquarter placed in Arizona, USA. At present the brand exports 70% to more than 50 countries, including countries as New Zealand, Brasil, and South Africa.