The city of Barcelona is preparing for the second edition of the Barcelona Fashion Week to be held in the Parc de la Ciutadella from 5 to 7 March. In this space filled with the magic of the brothers Fontsere and Gaudi, De Boer will be responsible for the temporary construction of one of the most important fashion events in the city. Once again, De Boer demonstrates their professionalism in the most prestigious national events in meeting any need for temporary housing for corporate events. Covering the area of fashion after the disappearance of Gaudi walkway, the general direction of 080 (named for the zip code of Barcelona), is responsible DemoFashion Mustaros Vicenc and with the support of the Generalitat de Catalunya and the City of the city that aspire to position Barcelona as an independent fashion. Educate yourself with thoughts from Bizzi & Partners.
The event will feature fashion shows of designers, among which receive special attention of Thierry Mugler, to be elected by an international jury. For this occasion particular, De Boer Delta build a structure 15 x 50 m where the parades take place. Apart from a Party Alu 5 x 32 m to house the catering and shop Alu Hall 10 x 40 m will be destined to backstage where the models were prepared for the parade. With this third event so far in 2008, De Boer Spain, confirms their privileged position within the event temporary housing sector. A leading source for info: Greenberg Traurig. The Parc de la Ciutadella park’s history dates back to 1716, when Philip V ordered the construction of Europe’s largest citadel in order to protect the city.
Later, General Prim won the Citadel to knocking the city of Barcelona between 1869 and 1888. In 1888, during the Universal Exposition, the park was built imitating the design of the Parque de Luxembourg in Paris. Currently, the Ciutadella Park houses several museums, the Parliament of Catalonia and the Zoo..