Posts Tagged ‘spain’

Bar TORÖ by Masquespacio, San Antonio, Ibiza – Spain

August 17th, 2018

For the design, Masquespacio seeks to give major importance to the exterior mixing three colors: purple blue, turquoise green and mustard yellow. This way, together with the use of plants the intention was to create a modern and cheerful design. On the other hand, through the furniture layout and its design the aim was to play with the sports & tapas bar concept using areas with high and low benches, as well as zones to relax for small and big groups.

2060 The Newton Hostel & Market by Wanna One, Madrid – Spain

August 12th, 2018

The interior design proposal by Wanna One is inspired in Newton’s prophecy, but always looking at the future. To achieve this, they combine elements and materials aged on purpose with other modern and surprising, or even invented by the studio itself. For example, the multipurpose desk made of aged mirror which serves as reception, boutique and counter; coexisting and contrasting with the futuristic countdown to the end of the world dominating the lobby.

Chefslab by Héctor Fernández Elorza Architects, Madrid – Spain

July 25th, 2018

At the entrance of the space, the walls and ceiling are clad in silver reflective insulation. Albeit functional, the wall and ceiling covering becomes a textural exaggeration of the serviceable aesthetic. As a mode of distinguishing space, any area reserved for preparation has been painted black – a perfect backdrop for a #foodie post. The serious environment creates contrast to those areas defined for cooking by the mirroring material.

Le Crêpe da Pía by Erbalunga estudio, Galicia, Spain

July 24th, 2018

The interior of the premises are planned to generate spaces that have separation in the existing limitation and the Bar is a covered Kiosk space. The street furniture has flown to the inside seating area — the idea that casual consumption can be interior or exterior. The design consideration was to not overload a small space.

PATIO Terrace by Borrell Jover Studio, Barcelona – Spain

July 14th, 2018

The impeccable landscaping with its lush vegetation, in addition to the presence of wood and stone in its interior design, from Borrell Jover Arquitectura studio, make this space a warm and really cozy area where you can enjoy good gastronomy with no hurry.

Business Incubator by Amaa, Archena – Spain

July 12th, 2018

Avoiding discrimination, the building is a link between both urban and rural worlds. It gets closer to the village through the outer space that was designed as an extension of the building. There are shady and wooded areas to stay, where the occupants can expand. It invites people to travel in it. On the top, a grandstand directs the views to the rural world.

Pre Columbian travel window display by La Turbina, Barcelona – Spain

June 25th, 2018

The remains that leave these millinery cultures are very extensive: recovering this aesthetics and carrying it in our contemporary world. The sculptures are hand modelled in clay, the wood structure is hand painted in grey stone tones with contrasted ethnic patterns.

Tasca Celoso by Jorge Bibiloni Studio, Palma de Mallorca – Spain

June 13th, 2018

The space is divided into two areas, separated by the typical macael marble bar, a must in any Spanish tasca. The area behind the bar reflects the traditional tasca, with decorative objects like bottles, glasses, and tins displayed on wood shelves which reach the ceiling and join the stainless steel and digital screens which are the influence of the fish market.

Marabans office by Espais Dos_M, Can Picafort – Mallorca, Spain

June 11th, 2018

A machinery exhibition area has been created where we reuse the existing furniture, paneling them with canvas tensed retro illuminated, creating a “kitchen show”. In the office area spaces have been created, such as a living room next to the reception, without losing the feeling of being a open Office.

Sonia Rykiel boutique by Vudafieri – Saverino Partners, Madrid – Spain

May 25th, 2018

The result is an elegant, yet at the same time informal space, hinged in a succession of refined ambiences with an intriguing atmosphere. A climate which we breathe from the entrance, where the walls are completely covered by a full-length bookcase, inside of which are works of the historical French Gallimard collection.

Showroom Plicosa by Miel Arquitectos, Palma – Spain

May 15th, 2018

And little more: restraining braces that support tribunes and balconies, lattices of cypress that sift and ventilate, black pipes and air condition shafts like the night that covers them, boxes inside boxes, hierarchies that are assembled as Russian dolls and the resulting “outer” space prepared for the SHOW, whether Truman or the independent Republic of your home.

Cilveti costume jewelery by SUBE, Bilbao – Spain

May 10th, 2018

With a simple design in all its elements, the furniture for the exhibition, we imagine it in natural oak wood, which embraced the two walls of the premises and with two types of showcases, similar in capacity, which are integrated into the oak slats on one side and arranged in cubes of white lacquered wood, which emerge from a wall of mirrors, in the other.

SINGULARU Trendy Jewels store by Huuun + Branding&Retail, Valencia – Spain

May 9th, 2018

Within this concept of tailor made design, and adapted to the new shopping consumer habits, a very dynamic purchasing process has been achieved. All its collection of products, necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings, is implemented over the furniture surface itself without any type of physical barrier.

Malababa flagship store by Ciszak Dalmas Studio + Matteo Ferrari, Madrid – Spain

May 6th, 2018

The “imperfect finish” and natural hues of Malababa’s aesthetics strengthen the artisan and sustainable concept. All walls are rendered with a mix of Galician clay, white marble powder from Almería and totally natural, ecological and non-toxic food thickeners.

Hotel del Golf event hall by Vitale, Grao de Castellón – Spain

May 3rd, 2018

The project recreates a fresh aesthetic with the iconic concepts of “tropical trend” in order to make users feel on holiday, no matter what time of year it is.

Casaplata restaurant by Lucas y Hernández-Gil, Seville – Spain

April 25th, 2018

Unadorned concrete becomes a canvas for the unmistakably contemporary character of the space. Over this canvas, Lucas y Hernández-Gil embeds a playful material palette – perforated-metal furniture and large circular light fixtures express a visual language free from local historical context. The furniture, designed by the studio, is grouped in colour tribes of vivid peach, blue and green.

Bar El Villa by Vermuteria del Mar by AMOO, Barcelona – Spain

April 25th, 2018

In the first place, the perimeter is projected, formed by the cork and tile coverings, and pavements and walls with a continuous covering. In the second place, a series of construction objects are built, with envelopes lined with marble tiles, scattered throughout the premises. Through its geometries, the uses are arranged:

VXLAB studio, Castellon – Spain

April 16th, 2018

That’s why they designed an open plan space for the new studio, with desks big enough for multidisciplinary team-working and a media-screening room for group meetings and client presentations. Also the dim lighting and black as one of the main colours of the studio make a quiet and calm workplace. A space that promotes creativity and team-working where everyone could feel comfortable and proudly represented by every detail.

The Student Hotel Campus by Masquespacio, Barcelona – Spain

April 4th, 2018

The property was designed in an eclectic style that fuses materials, colors and textures. You’ll recognize some Memphis style with a little bit of Seventies vintage and an industrial aesthetic, among others. Each corner, decorative detail and visual element aspires to blend perfectly with a student lifestyle by being part of their daily activities and aiming to be a source of inspiration for them.

BATAVIA furniture showroom by ABATON, Madrid – Spain

March 27th, 2018

Exuding warmth and patina, the space created includes original mosaic floors, exposed solid stone support columns, in addition to new large steel cased apertures which link the various spaces of the new showroom.