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DVELAS Lighting project: our patrons


 We achieve our goal thanks to you  Nous atteignons notre objectif merci a toi Hemos alcanzado nuestro objetivo gracias a tí

Alfredo López Taberna
Alvaro Ruiz Barriales
Amaya Auriz
Amaya Goñi Delzangles
Ana Alzola
Antoine Resseguier
Argimiro Sola
Aurore Bardé
Beatriz Ochoa
Belén Riaño
Carlos Velázquez Goya
Carmen Hocker
Catalina Arraiza
Célie Depardieu
Cris García
Daniel Martirena
Diego Perez de Castro
Dominique Tambay
Elena Catalan
Elena Quintanal Almagro
Equilan mobiliario
Eva Samalea
Fernando Martin Lanas
Gabriela Fuentes Ibarz
Gonzalo Carro Lopez
Helena Puig
Iñaki Pascual
Iosu Iriarte
Isabel Erro
Javier Arruti Lopez
Javier Lopez Ojeda
Javier Torrens
Jesús Clemente Villalba
Jokin Lorca
Josep Agusti de Ciurana
Juana Oloriz
Laura Huerta
Laya Abós
Lola Celada
Manuel Carriedo
Maria Gameiro
Maria García-Tejedor
María Granda Taberna
Maria Inés Diez Fernández
Marion Sanguinetti
Marta Biurrun Cia
Marta Cota
Matilde Calvet
Matthieu Pouyat
Miguel Lasaosa
Miguel rada
Miguel Trocoso Ferrer
Miguel Vallet de Montano
Miguel Zandio Zorrilla
Mirian Erroz Perez
Nuria Fernandez Delgado
Prospero Risiglione
Rafael Galobart
Rafael Solchaga
Roberto Cirauqui
Sandra Santander Gonez
Sarah Keenan
Sasu Protis
Suministros Navarra Gsat’s
Véronique Servan



Unique designs for you in Hábitat

We continue reusing sails to transforming them into beautiful furniture designed to fuse beauty, comfort and durability.
Sails that have travelled around the world for years are now transformed into awnings with incorporated lighting to iluminate your favourite space. Our in new designs* bring you closer to the ocean without leaving your armchair.

*Come and discover our latest design in the  Feria Hábitat Valencia
in our ESTAND D39 / LEVEL 3 / PAVILION 1
from the 17th to 20th of September

DVELAS Ligthing project

La campagna di crowdfunding «DVELAS light» è già in corso. In questo link, puoi vedere e partecipare come sponsor in questa affascinante fase di creazione della nostra nuova linea di illuminazione progettata con vele riciclate.

Vogliamo fare un ulteriore passo avanti nel mondo dell’illuminazione, perché il tessuto traslucido delle vele offre una bella consistenza. Abbiamo progettato lampade con diverse opzioni di tessuto e struttura in modo che sia tu quello che sceglie il modello, permettendoti di realizzare modifiche, qualcosa che consentiamo in tutte le nostre creazioni.

Ogni prodotto è unico e riporta un’etichetta con la storia della vela con cui è stata realizzata: la barca e il porto d’origine, il tipo di vela e il nome del fabbricante della barca a vela.


Una parte del finanziamento sarà investita nella fase di ricerca e sviluppo e valutazione del prodotto e un’altra parte sarà dedicata alla diffusione commerciale e alla protezione del design.

Desideriamo ringraziare tutti i partecipanti inviandogli questo braccialetto da marinaio di corda.

Ringraziamo specialmente i nostri collaboratori:

Nombre y Apellido, País

Nombre y Apellido, País

Nombre y Apellido, País

Nombre y Apellido, País


A Babord Toute!

We have the luxury of exhibiting our furniture in the prestigious LE BON MARCHÉ Shopping Center in the center of Paris.

Under the slogan A Babord Touté! and inspired by the lifestyle of the French coast and sun holidays, there is an exquisite selection of products that can be visited until the end of June.

#ababordtoute #LeBonMarche

RHS Chelsea Flower Show

DVELAS furniture at Joe Perkins designed The Facebook Garden: Beyond the Screen exhibit.

World-renowned, glamorous and quintessentially British, RHS Chelsea is a truly unique and unforgettable day out.

As a ‘designed landscape’, The Facebook Garden: Beyond the Screen, is designed to celebrate the positive impact of spending meaningful time on social media and how this enriches our lives – particularly those of young people – in the real world.

The coastal themed garden uses the natural connectivity of water and the ocean to represent the interconnectivity between our online and offline lives, and the interactions, social change and opportunities that social media helps facilitate across the world. Whether it’s connecting with friends and family, sharing a passion or interest with a group or driving social action in the community, the garden is designed to start a conversation around how social media can be used as a powerful force for positive change in the real world. The garden will be built with and for young people and will be rehomed to provide a physical space where young people can connect around shared passions or interests.

Show: RHS Chelsea Flower
Designed by: Joe Perkins
Built by: The Outdoor Room
Sponsored by: Facebook
Stand n.: RHW291
Date: 21-25 May 2019
Tuesday – Friday: 8am – 8pm
Saturday: 8am – 5.30pm


Garden design concept, by Joe Perkins:

“Inspired by the spectacular coastal landscapes of the Basque Country, the garden uses a coastal theme to celebrate and represent the countless stories of people who use Facebook to find common ground with others and to connect in real life, including the 1.5 million people in the UK who are part of a gardening group on Facebook.

Water connects all of us geographically and physiologically and is an integral part of this coastal inspired garden, making up around 35% of the surface area. The water is a metaphor for the positive connectivity and opportunity made possible through social media, and the dynamic nature of technology.

The energy of a wave represents social interaction. It washes water across the ‘tidal’ pool and over layered rock formations. The rock formations have coastal species planted in the gaps and crevices and represent the sedimentary rocks known as ‘Flysch’ which make up part of the Basque coastline; the original inspiration for the garden.

A wave-form sculpture forms a canopy over the timber deck. The copper ‘wave’ symbolises the industrial properties of technology and references the theme of connectivity. The timber for the deck comes from reclaimed sea defences.

The garden seeks to be a representation of the variety of coastal habitats, not just of the Basque Country, but across the globe. Subsequently, plants from all over the world feature in the garden, the common denominator being that they have developed to grow in a coastal environment. This specialised global community represents the many shared interest and community groups on Facebook.

The coastal habitat is one of the richest and most diverse habitats where many species can thrive. These landscapes are constantly changing and evolving, creating opportunities for interaction and co-existence.”


Visit us!! May 20-23, 2018 Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, NYC.
This year DVELAS is going to present its new DHINGY tables family.
Every seating system needs auxiliary tables. DINGHY is a collection of holding tables designed with the same Marine Plywood and Sails Collection’s structure system and resin envelope with upcycled sails inside.
Dinghy means in nautical, small boat generally used as auxiliary ship of a larger ship.

Abu Dhabi upcycled sails Special Unique Editions

In the framework of the collaboration in favor of sustainability between the ship Turn the Tide on Plastic and DVELAS, the Volvo Ocean Race organization has provided us with sails from the Abu Dhabi boat of the previous race for the design and marketing of furniture made with them.

For this we have created new editions with these upcycled sails that we have baptized as Abu Dhabi’s Special Unique Editions that you can go finding as we are going designing in the product link Unique Editions of our website.

They all are diferents and uniques so if you are interested in acquire them please contact us on dvelas@dvelas.com. We sell them through our official distributors or directly if we have not agent in your area.

DVELAS in Tokyo’s Spanish Embassy’s Design Exhibition

A selected group of Spanish Habitat design brands participates, for the third year in a row, in a Seminar-Exhibition in Tokyo, organized with an eye on the next Olympic Games 2020.

The event, which aims to enhance the image of Spanish design for the habitat sector, facilitates contact between design companies and  Japanese prescribers: architects, interior designers and contractors of public and residential buildings as well as importers and distributors.

DVELAS joins the event through our exclusive distributor in Japan, Gate Japan.



okoshi@gate-japan.net   T +81 3 6225 0188
#103 1-1-20 Hiroo Shibuya

Organices: ICEX Spain Exports and Investments and the Economic and Commercial Office of the Embassy of Spain in Tokyo.

Testing Vaurien floating lounger made with upcycled sail.

Fortuna beach chair

Trimmer armchair and 2nd RIS high stool

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