Vivid colours and upholstered furniture define Masquespacio’s new workplace

The design of Masquespacio’s workspace started with the redesign of the studio’s brand image set up on one hand by its logo, and on the other by its iconic ‘Mas’ (‘More’ in English). The letter ‘S’  divides each of the graphic applications in two different parts; a division that symbolises the added value offered by the creative consultancy in each of their projects. The colour choices show the versatile nature of Masquespacio as a multidisciplinary design studio that works both on commercial and exclusive projects. The same concept is used for the interior design of their workplace that plays with the different colours and partitions of the brand’s identity. Ana Milena Hernández Palacios, creative director of Masquespacio says that although it is a working space, they looked to incorporate decorative elements besides vivid colours and upholstered furniture, with the aim to create a warm atmosphere apart from just designing a place to work in. Entering the space, a waiting room that at the same works as a casual meeting space, features Masquespacio’s recently designed Toadstool collection. The space on the right side is divided in two different areas where there is a meeting room, as well as the senior designers’ workplaces separated as two individual cubes. The upper room follows Masquespacio’s identity palette of colours and finishes as well. Last but not least, green plants add a fresh touch to the working space of the Spanish design studio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Images © Bruno Almela

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