New greenery at the Valencia Conference Centre
The Valencia Conference Centre is paying tribute to our environment with new interior decor
As part of our sustainability project, the Valencia Conference Centre is always looking for ways to foster and enhance our direct surroundings: Valencia, the Comunitat Valenciana and the Mediterranean. And to do so, we will continue to enhance the value of a fundamental part of our land: its natural heritage. We have made our building even more beautiful, if that’s possible.
We prioritised using preserved vegetation to give our home a warmer, more natural feel.
THAT IS HOW HABITAT WAS BORN. GREEN DECOR THAT TRANSFORMED THE VALENCIA CONFERENCE CENTRE INTO A TRIBUTE TO OUR ENVIRONMENT.
The plants were carefully selected based on how each space is used, differentiating between transitional spaces, where we have achieved a quick, striking effect; waiting areas, where the plants are more didactic; open areas, where elements have been rearranged; and private areas, where the plants make the space even more inviting.
Three large spheres hang from the ceiling in the main hall. The first represents Helechos Island, a homage to ancient plants. In the second, we have Albufera Island, representing the 800+ plant species that live in the Albufera Natural Park. And in the third, Frutales Island. Fruits and vegetables are an inseparable part of our diet and our vegetable patch. These three spheres, all representing Valencia, give the foyer an authentic, original and beautiful look.
In Multi-purpose room 2, a large Llidoner tree stands in the entrance. Finally, the breakout rooms have been decorated with various extraordinary trees and plants. Other species are on show in the reception, staircases, multi-purpose rooms 1, the registration area and bathrooms, with different decor in each of them.
Come to the Valencia Conference Centre and enjoy the full experience, now even more in harmony with nature. It’s not just about the aesthetic and sensory experience, we want it to be an educational project that brings our natural environment closer to our visitors.