Posts Tagged ‘spain’

Ricardo Martin exhibition by Hiruki Studio, San Sebastian – Spain

December 21st, 2016



When starting the design process, the main concern was to create an easy going experience with a bold concept, since the exhibition had to contain more than 100 re-edited black and white pictures, original photographs, and the original cameras Mr. Martín used along his career.

Cultural centre by Héctor Fernández Elorza and Manuel Fernández Ramírez, Jarandilla – Spain

December 19th, 2016

The white boards are slightly raised on one side, to sit on top of a stone wall that belongs to the promontory the village has grown around. This stone also remains visible around the edge on the floor of the space, while granite tiles cover the rest.

Matrícula store by Vitale, Castellónde la Plana – Spain

December 17th, 2016


The walnut wood, the marquina black marble and the metallic elements result in furniture that stands out for the richness of its details. The flexible exhibition system used in the walls allows to display all types of garments and accessories. The sculptural counter plays with the intersection of marble volumes and a side glass display case for small products.

Nan Arquitectos office by Nan Arquitectos, Pontevedra – Spain

December 15th, 2016


The space is efficiently organized around a large table oriented to the views, which is the central axis and separates the storage-library area from the exhibition of products. The available space is maximized to meet our daily needs in a flexible way, whether for individual work, teamwork or meetings.

Norte Sur restaurant by In Out Studio, Madrid – Spain

December 7th, 2016



Norte Sur is a chain of seafood restaurants founded in 1954 by Don Andrés Gutiérrez. With 4 restaurants in the heart of Madrid, Norte Sur is one of the best-known seafood restaurants in the capital and proof of this is the continuous traffic of artists and celebrities who visit their premises to enjoy a great evening accompanied by an exquisite fresh product.

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.

Tecno technological space by TECNO, Madrid – Spain

December 4th, 2016



Tecno is inaugurating Tecno Madrid on 24 November in the Spanish capital, a multifunctional space that will be home to the complete Tecno experience and expresses all the intricacies of the brand’s DNA, characterised by contemporary design and high technology.

Gnomo lifestyle shop by Masquespacio, Valencia – Spain

November 30th, 2016



In this space continuously reinvented, above selling design objects, stories are gifted. More than a store, for us Gnomo is a space to share experiences. All the objects we sell have their own history.

Mahash Nail & Beauty Bar by Reis Design, Barcelona – Spain

November 20th, 2016



Situated in the center of the elegant Eixample district, next to Passeig de Gràcia, this salon is a popular destination for sophisticated travellers as well as local citizens accustomed to luxury and high-quality treatments.

Petite Pomme store by Erbalunga estudio, Tui – Spain

November 15th, 2016

The brand image intends to move away from the historical style of the building. Therefore walls and ceiling blur boundaries to create an unlinked proposal from its shell. At the entrance, a backlit polycarbonate wall contrasts sharply with the granite facade, generating a rift between exterior and interior and also providing guidance for the customer.

DSS2016 pavilion by Zuloark, Alberto Rey and Tipi Studio, San Sebastián – Spain

November 15th, 2016


Our strategy is to intervene in San Sebastian’s public space by designing a pavilion that can be constructed as an assembled chrysalis containing the result of the future of the city.

Dior store by Peter Marino, Barcelona – Spain

November 7th, 2016

The palette combines greys, silver, metallic, and last but not least, plenty of mirrors, captured by a variety of materials and textures.

Google Campus offices by Jump Studios, Madrid – Spain

November 2nd, 2016

The five-storey building is a former electrical storage battery factory, originally constructed in 1892, which Jump Studios has carefully restored to function as a stimulating environment for Google’s members.

Dorsia restaurant by NAN Arquitectos, Sanxenxo – Spain

October 30th, 2016

The decor of the place transports you to the beach, using fresh colours like the white and blue on walls and tiles, materials such as wood that remind of boats, lower lighting and chairs to depict the sun and sand and vegetation consistent with this seascape.

Farmacia Sanchis by d’Estudio, Ribarroja del Turia – Spain

October 25th, 2016

Inside the pharmacy, ceiling lights guide the client to the counters while sales areas are arranged on the back wall and around a bespoke wooden piece that holds a dry tree above the client.

Magic Box office by Denys & von Arend, Sant Cugat – Spain

October 10th, 2016

The heart of the office is a creative space featuring a solid eight meter long iroko table. Designed to facilitate diverse working methods, it is both a space to work individually and a free surface on which to think, draw and share creative ideas.

Blue Wave bar by El Equipo Creativo, Barcelona – Spain

October 7th, 2016

Blue Wave bar by El Equipo Creativo, Barcelona – Spain

ZAPATERIA CORUÑA by Gespronor, Coruña – Spain

October 7th, 2016

ZAPATERIA CORUÑA by Gespronor, Coruña – Spain

EATTITUDE by Espacio en Blanco, Barcelona – Spain

October 4th, 2016

This new space aims to provide a differential value to the take-away food concept, offering a different option in the world of healthy and vegan food. A nutritional expert and a specialized health food chef are the architects of a balanced, energetic and above all tasty menus EATTITUDE proposes weekly.

Cointec offices by Dot Partners, Orihuela – Spain

September 27th, 2016

The material aspect of the project is characterized by the use of a continuous concrete floor, which connects every room of the office and harmonizes with the brushed stainless steel frames of the partitions.