Posts Tagged ‘decorative elements’

Grace Lee showroom by Early Work, Los Angeles – California

January 9th, 2017

We began by dividing the loft into four distinct sections—a private office, a showroom, a lounge and a custom appointment area—ensuring that each space flowed from one to the other. We then designed and fabricated a bespoke set of furniture, fixtures, lighting and decorative elements to help showcase Grace’s jewelry in a truly one-of-a-kind environment.

Hammock vegan hang out by Egue y Seta, Barcelona – Spain

December 6th, 2016

At an aesthetic level, just as it happens with fruit juices, Hammock’s interior design is all about natural and changing colour thanks to the dyed fibbers of the hammocks and all the hanging greenery that crowns the place.

Viktor & Rolf Fashion Artists exhibition, Melbourne – Australia

November 14th, 2016

Each room of the exhibition mirrors Viktor & Rolf’s constantly evolving, contrary identity. A juxtaposition between sleek white rooms, with elegant paper decorative elements and spaces drenched in black and harsh spotlights has been created to portray contrasting personas.

Turdetano branding by TSMGO (The show must go on)

October 10th, 2016

We create a system which graphically represents the characteristics of each wine. Inspired by the geometric motifs of Turdetan art, we make use of opposing concepts to create balance. The aging of wines (its absence, in young or semi-crianza wines aging in barrels) is depicted in the background colour on the bottles.

Valencia Lounge Hostel by Masquespacio, Valencia – Spain

September 1st, 2016

The aim of the design was to convert the hostel in a more contemporary space with a kind of a ‘home coziness’, adding decorative elements that could draw attention of different customers and their lifestyle.

Katamama boutique hotel, Seminyak – Bali – Indonesia

July 8th, 2016

Indigenous materials, such as Balinese bricks, teak, handmade tiles from Java and terrazzo made on site, feature prominently throughout the hotel, while the rooms are filled with curated artwork, handpicked furniture and cherished collectibles.

Vino e Cucina restaurant by YoDezeen, Kiev – Ukraine

May 17th, 2016

Underground industrial style bar counter consists of concrete tabletop fixed on mesh reinforcement filled with cordwood.

Onok Stand at Light & Building by Masquespacio, Frankfurt – Germany

April 17th, 2016

Above different decorative elements represented with daily life unreal colours are used to create a reflection about their influence on our point of view and the state of mind they generate. Last, different forms and colours for the exhibition walls invite the visitor to live an experience from the beginning to the end at Onok Lighting’s stand.

Masquespacio office interior & branding

March 13th, 2016

Regarding to the colour election of the brand, it allows to play continuously with the various brand’s colours and choose the most “trendy” colour for each moment and project. This fact shows clearly the versatile nature from Masquespacio as a multidisciplinary design studio that works both on commercial as well as exclusive projects.

SiteGround Office space by cache atelier, Madrid – Spain

February 10th, 2016

Structural elements were painted in vibrant color just to make them more active in the space. A new feature was added introducing monochromatic yet mesmerizing pattern on the floor.

Goody’s Burger House by Chadios+Associates, Patras – Greece

February 10th, 2016

Furthermore, the Goody’s Burger House Concept is enriched with the addition of certain new cladding materials, as well as decorative elements that combine graphics with neon lighting and incandescent lamps, giving them a three-dimensional and vibrant effect.

My Sweet Coffee & Ice Cream by Vitale Studio, Castellón de la Plana – Spain

January 5th, 2016



“My Sweet” coffee and ice cream parlor is a beachfront place without a marked seasonality, that opens throughout the year.

Canisters by Benjamin Hubert for Bitossi

August 5th, 2015



Benjamin Hubert patterns ceramic containers with raised seams

POP-UP STORES! Libros Mutantes at La Casa Encendida by Cuarto Orden, Madrid – Spain

May 23rd, 2015

Based on the premise of using elements that would extend their lives beyond the fair itself, the project is based on the use of two opposite materials in terms of hardness: one rigid, used as the structure (scaffolding) and the other soft, used as the display surface (canvas).

Uno de 50 Boutique, Madrid – Spain

March 24th, 2015

Uno de 50 Boutique, Madrid – Spain

Kocka Bar by Minusplus, Budapest – Hungary

November 13th, 2014

Counterpointing the spatial variety, the uniform concrete surfaces and the black steel staircases create integration and clarity in the interior. Lacking additional decorative elements only the custom made counters, furniture and lighting fixtures respond to this modesty with their unusual materials, colourful surfaces and sometimes surreal atmosphere.

Imatio store by Manousos Leontarakis & Associates, Heraklion – Greece

November 7th, 2014

The interior design company Manousos Leontarakis & Partners presents a new project at the city of Heraklion called Imatio.

Sokolov Jewelry window dressing at JUNWEX by Goldinni, Moscow – Russia

October 29th, 2014

In some windows feathers swirled like autumn leaves, in others – they gently fell down at the ground. Window dressings were coupled with the images on the demonstration monitors. Jewelry in the presentation windows looked in their “best light”. Regarding the autumn theme, we proposed decorative panels made of acrylic with internal illumination.

Vino Veritas ecologic restaurant by Masquespacio, Oslo – Norway

October 23rd, 2014

Nevertheless when entering the space we can see how the Norwegian architecture blends on a natural and comfortable way with the Spanish culture and in particular with the Andalusian one.

Belstaff store by Studio Solfield, New York

May 29th, 2013

Built in eight weeks, this 1,900-square-foot store respects the architectural details of the landmark building. With references to the brand’s motor racing legacy and England’s architectural and decorative history, the space is an oasis from glitz and glam, yet maintains an air of refinement.