Mas Creations Doctor Workshop highstool by Masquespacio

June 11th, 2018 by Camra’s blog

Mas Creations is a new lifestyle brand created by award winning creative consultancy Masquespacio. “During the last 8 years since we founded Masquespacio in 2010 we have been working on a wide range of projects from overall interior + branding projects to custom-made interiors and product designs recognized with several awards, like the “Massimo Dutti New Values” award by Architectural Digest Spain and the “Wave of the Future” award by Hospitality Design USA, as well as a Red Dot Design Award, Wallpaper Design Award, German Design Award and Good Design Award.

Above, at the end of 2017 we have been selected as one of the prominent emerging design studios by well-known USA magazine Interior Design. Although the last years we have been reflecting about the way of introducing a new approach, showcasing our vision particularly for selected interior design projects as well as for our own furniture, lighting and accessories collections.” Through Mas Creations we not only want to offer a high-end custom-made interior design for a more selective clientele, but also create a large selection of products designed exclusively by our studio. “Mas Creations in this case is our most singular and personalized vision which we consider the next step in our evolution as a design studio. We hope that you enjoy our new creations as well as we enjoyed designing them!”

Doctor Workshop is the first official launch of ‘Mas Creations’, a new lifestyle brand by Masquespacio. The highstool took part of Masquespacio’s interior design project Doctor Manzana. Produced in perforated metal it takes its inspiration from the Vilbert chair designed by Verner Panton for Ikea. Ana Hernández: “We love the simplicity of the design composed of only one material, although we wanted to reinterpret it, using a less common material for furniture design.” On the other hand, a mirror effect of purple color was applied to give the design a particular aspect.



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