CIPAI 2010 – The First Iberoamerican Congress For The Interior Architecture Profession

• June 16, 2010

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Cipai, the first inter-continental indoor architecture forum, will take place in Feria Valencia (Valencia, Spain), from 27 to 29 september coinciding with Feria Hábitat Valencia.

The main aim of this congress is to set up a platform to analyse and reflect upon indoor architecture and habitat design, boosting professional networking and cultural exchange between Europe and South America.

CIPAI is organized by the Valencian Community Interior Designers Association (CDICV) which, in turn, belongs to the professional Associations of the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers and ECIA (European Council of Interior Architects).

It is with this purpose in mind that Spain is acting as an intercontinental bridge necessary to bring this about. The city of Valencia is to host this international congress, which is to be held for the first time in September 2010 on 27th, 28th, and 29th, coinciding with the Feria Hábitat Valencia.

What has CIPAI got to offer?

  • Language exchange.
  • Access to large-scale professionals in architecture and design.
  • The possibility of networking among professionals from both sides of the Atlantic to develop future projects together.
  • New experiences through the complementary congress workshops.
  • Direct contact with companies in the habitat industry.


At the congress there will be notable speakers such as Patricia Urquiola*, Mathias Klotz*, Bruno Erpicum*, Palomba & Serafini*, Olivia Putman*, Fabio Novembre*, Isay Weinfeld*, Studio Arthur Casas*, Santiago Miranda & Perry King* and Isabel López*, as well as other possible speakers such as Marcio Kogan, Piero Lissoni, Peter Marino, Hermanos Campana, Alberto Lievore, Francesc Rifé o Jean-Marie Massaud.
(*) Confirmed speakers

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