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Restaurant in Almerimar, Spain Evokes Youthful Ambience

By Spain for Design / October 11, 2021 /

The design of the Amarte Fun Kitchen (@amarte_funkitchen) in the resort town of Almerimar is the work of Almeria-based Javier Escobar Design. Opened in June 2021, it is part of the Mar Poniente group of hospitality locales. Tropical elements fuse with Mediterranean cuisine for a pure expression of youthful exuberance. The brief was to design a space that…

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Sergio Macias Brings Hollywood Glamour to a Casino in Gran Canaria

By Spain for Design / October 4, 2021 /

Creative design studio Sergio Macías, based in Las Palmas, Canary Islands, created the interior design of Play & Win casino at the Punto Zero salons in Gran Canaria. Located in the Mogan Mall shopping center, the design evokes the glamorous style of a Hollywood film casino and avoids the stereotypical trappings associated with this type…

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Hijo de Epigmenio: For the Love of Spanish Crafts

By Spain for Design / September 20, 2021 /

Juan Manuel Gil López is the son of (hijo de) Epigmenio, hence the name of his shop Hijo de Epigmenio. I first met him when I visited his central Madrid shop in August 2019 on the last day of my month in Spain. The handmade artisan items on display fascinated me. Many were unfamiliar and he…

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Mayice Studio Debuts New Lamp at Milan Design Week 2021

By Spain for Design / September 6, 2021 /

“No Title” is the new lamp by Mayice Studio that had its debut as part of Collectible Design at the gallery of influential curator Rossana Orlandi on the eve of Milan Design Week 2021. “No Title” is the result of a study of light and its reflections. It is a form of expression, which speaks of light, transparency, delicacy,…

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CM4 Architecture Dental Clinic in Seville

CM4 Architecture Embraces the Curvilinear Form for Dental Clinic in Seville

By Spain for Design / August 30, 2021 /

The warm embrace and tranquility of the curvilinear form is the basis for the design concept of the Vilches dental clinic in Seville. Designed by Seville-based architecture and interior design studio CM4 Architecture, the brief was to transform the 170 m2 premises of a financial institution into an enveloping aesthetic with an interior design that generates…

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Profile: Eva Cheung Designs from Barcelona

By Spain for Design / August 23, 2021 /

Eva Cheung, the principal designer of Barcelona-based ECM Interior Design, founded her studio in 2006. She has since completed interior design projects in the residential, retail, and hospitality sectors. Her work has been featured in numerous media, including Estilo Clásico magazine, and the Infurma portal. Spain for Design reached out to the designer. Did you study interior…

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Profile: Mediterranean Fusion: Exploring New Design Horizons from Valladolid

By Spain for Design / July 19, 2021 / Comments Off on Profile: Mediterranean Fusion: Exploring New Design Horizons from Valladolid

Based in Valladolid, the capital of the Spanish autonomous community of Castile and León, Mediterranean Fusion opened six years ago. The studio has since developed into a multidisciplinary team working on commercial and residential projects, with specialists in architecture, interior design, product design, industrial engineering, and 3D visualization. Partner Miriam San Juan Fernandez studied technical architecture and…

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Café in Asturias, Spain Channels a Victorian Parlour

By Spain for Design / July 11, 2021 / Comments Off on Café in Asturias, Spain Channels a Victorian Parlour

Coffees, cocktails, and cakes are specialties of Per Se Café located in the old town of Oviedo. The decor, with its earthy colour palette, patterned upholstery, and highly textural fixed elements, harks back to an old-world parlour. A curated selection of vintage and Victorian furniture pieces, posters, mirrors, and fairy lighting, mix with interior architectural elements, including…

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The Natural Environment Inspires Masquespacio’s Design of Restaurant in Huesca

By Spain for Design / July 5, 2021 / Comments Off on The Natural Environment Inspires Masquespacio’s Design of Restaurant in Huesca

Award-winning studio Masquespacio designed Pukkel, a fine dining restaurant in the city center of Huesca in Spain’s autonomous community of Aragon. Owners Jorge and Mikel opened the 140-square-meter eatery in January 2021 to offer signature healthy food options, where guests can have a sensory experience beyond gastronomy. Diners enjoy a menu made from quality local products without refined…

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CASA DECOR 2021

Casa Decor 2021: 9th edition of the Casa Decor Interiors and Design Awards

By Spain for Design / June 28, 2021 / Comments Off on Casa Decor 2021: 9th edition of the Casa Decor Interiors and Design Awards

On June 24, Kersti Urvois and Alicia García Cabrera, President and Director General of Casa Decor respectively, opened the ceremony for the 9th edition of the Casa Decor Interiors and Design Awards. As for last year, the announcement occurred during a virtual ceremony broadcast live on the Casa Decor YouTube channel. The jury comprised Kersti Urvois,…

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7 Interior Design Lessons from Spain’s Casa Decor 2021

By Spain for Design / June 21, 2021 / Comments Off on 7 Interior Design Lessons from Spain’s Casa Decor 2021

It has been one year since Casa Decor 2021 had to prematurely close due to the pandemic, shortly after it opened to the public in March 2020 for its 55th edition. The most celebrated interior design event in Spain managed to reopen in June for a few weeks. This year, for its fifty-sixth edition, over 200 companies…

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Casa Decor 2021: 7 Designs to Inspire Your Workspace at Home

By Spain for Design / June 14, 2021 / Comments Off on Casa Decor 2021: 7 Designs to Inspire Your Workspace at Home

The pandemic has pushed millions to work from home, which will likely continue well after it ends. For me, this has been one of the few positive aspects of it. There is no longer the need to rise and travel during dark morning hours of cold winter months, no transport costs, and the absence of…

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