Continental at the ARCHITECT@WORK SPAIN trade fair on November 24-25, 2021 in Madrid!

HOLA DESIGN! At the popular trade fair for architects, designers and planners, Continental will finally be back at the starting line live with the skai<sup>®</sup> product world and great highlights for the interior segment.

The countdown to Madrid is on! Following ARCHITECT@WORK in Düsseldorf, our interested international professionals will have the opportunity to experience our skai® product world for the modern, trend-setting design of surfaces to meet the highest demands.

Ready for fresh ideas, trendy colors and new designs? Looking forward to new products that offer creative design opportunities and innovative combinations in the context of challenging projects? Excited about inspiration, information and sharing with peers?

This is what awaits our visitors at ARCHITECT@WORK SPAIN in Madrid on November 24-25, 2021 at CONTINENTAL’s booth 66.

And, of course, we’ll also be presenting current highlights from our skai® product portfolio live at the international trade fair in Spain:

  • skai® VyP Lana – our red dot 2021 award winner: inspires designers and owners in six new trend pastel colors as an innovation of the latest generation of breathable upholstery materials thanks to laif technology.
  • skai® cool colors collection – our highly functional outdoor classic: thanks to cool colors technology, they reduce surface heating in direct sunlight and offer endless design options for boats and outdoor furniture.
  • skai® Toronto EN – our robust, easy-maintenance team player with innovative staynu technology, impressive look and feel, and a wide range of colors.

We’re looking forward to showing trade fair visitors our skai® surface materials for creatively designing rooms and seating objects: we’ll see you there at ARCHITECT@WORK in Madrid!


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