Espacio Malmö


Updated 22/04/2015: Espacio Malmö is now closed!

It’s Christmas time and we are happy to keep finding wonderful places that may help us with Christmas presents supporting local brands and independent stores, just like every little present in our list of unique gifts. Today we’re bringing a new place that recently opened in Chueca neighbourhood, just a couple steps away from Fuencarral street.

It’s Malmö, a collaborative shop where you can find a great selection of Spanish and Portuguese independent designers, treats to give or keep: a long list of beautiful things, from the accesories by Saako Design, the necklaces by Paseo en Poni, the notebooks and illustrations by Isabel Reyes Feeney and the dolls by Don’t Call Me Doll to the original clothes by ElSuso, Weekend Barber shoes, the amazing bags by Zubi or the ceramics by Aitor Saraiba. You can find more info and links to every artist here here.

Besides all, in the back of the store there is a room where they organize activities like vintage design markets, happenings and workshops. These days you can enjoy a great exhibition: Les_Ciseaux collages.

We love the spreading of places like this where you get warm attention and promote the work of upcoming artists who may not have a physical place to sell their creations. We truly recommend you not to miss this spot where you will find that special thing to surprise the people you love!

Espacio Malmö is located in calle Hernán Cortés 14, Madrid. Closest Metro stations Tribunal (Lines 1 & 10) and Chueca (Line 5). You may contact them by phone (+34 91 522 9307) or keep updated via Facebook.





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4 Responses to Espacio Malmö

  1. Maite says:

    ¡Qué buena pinta! Algún día me pasaré.

  2. Valentina says:

    Gracias por la recomendación! Acabamos de visitarlo!

  3. Rosana. says:

    Como me gusta este blog, que pena que no viva en Madrid, lo haces de maravilla.
    Un beso.

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