Gran Hotel Domine es el único 5 estrellas situado frente al Museo Guggenheim, la mejor ubicación de la ciudad.
Unas vistas inmejorables, unidas al elegante diseño y máximo confort, junto con la excelencia en sus servicios, hacen de este hotel el lugar idóneo para disfrutar de Bilbao y sus alrededores
The effect of this apartment’s pure lines accentuates its spectacular views of the city centre and creates an elegant architectural combination with the natural light. The mixture of noble, durable materials guarantees a harmonious blend of elegance and comfort.
The aim was to re-interpret the best of dance clubs from the past; hence its retro but updated style. The movement (of sound and people dancing) has been transposed into the decor through original grid formations and dramatic lighting supported by the LEDs in the ceiling, creating an integrated and stunning experience for the senses. The Charada chair, inspired by the project, is the element that gives the space its very own personal touch.
creación de nueva imagen para el salón de belleza del estilista Eduardo Sanchez, espacio diáfano concepto “maison”. Mobiliario diseñado a medida para el salón, selección de materiales como maderas textiles y metal cobre. Implantación de marca en el espacio y estudio de iluminación.
Located in the heart of Madrid, between Gran Via and Malasaña, this glass building has revolutionised city leisure due to the variety of its services - a restaurant with a theatre, a hotel floor, shops, a gym and rooftop terrace, restaurant and pool - and is now the place to see and to impress. To break down the barriers between the inside and outside on the terrace, glass railings and white modern furniture were chosen to contrast strongly with the adjacent red brick church. This allows it to be environmentally friendly while integrating existing elements into the interior. In the restaurant, too, there is a subtle contrast between the ceiling and concrete floor of exquisitely polished white ribbons surrounding the space. As in clubs like Charada or the Barceló Theatre, the ground floor artificial lighting spectacularly complements the architecture.
Its glass panels in grid formation define the barrier between the interior and the garden patio of this loft with noble materials and an industrial air. The result is an open, bright and natural space.
Aside from ‘space planning’, the studio also designed the corporate image for the Celistics headquarters, located in the emblematic Colón towers. The area is divided by partitions, its quest for light and its designer furniture, with white as the predominant colour, offer this functional area a modern look.
This New York style gastrobar is notable for the exclusive false ceiling design created using large lamps that form an elegant set of shapes. Its mirrors, the changing colours of the lighting and retro-style furniture create a welcoming environment, reminiscent of classic bistros.
Located in a luxurious complex, the wooden flooring and microcement add an elegant touch to this recently renovated two-bedroom apartment, boasting a completely new layout and design.
The respect for architecture and natural light is again the leitmotif of this spacious loft located in one of the most emblematic streets in the world. Despite its modern industrial style, the handcrafted wood furnishings are a notable feature.
A carpet designed and produced by the studio is one of the treasures of this shop inspired by good French taste and Arabic ornamentation. A graphical section runs through an exclusive area upon which float furniture, also designed by the studio.
The pop-up bar for Ron Zacapa rum was created in this signature Michelin-starred restaurant, located in Madrid’s Golden Mile. A raw, industrial environment, theatrically lit, with a small vertical garden invites nature into the space. The furniture chosen consists of classic, handcrafted pieces.
The radicalisation of colours such as red creates a striking visual impact in the corporate image created for this Saigon group restaurant chain. The materials were stripped down to natural woods and Chinese lacquer, with the use of latticework to separate the different environments.
The use of French-inspired colours along with the large bar and long tables transforms this Malaga restaurant into a classic French bistro, while the selection of natural materials, including leather and wood, highlight the presence of typical products on the shelves.