Designing, distributing, revitalizing, enjoying, emphasizing... all these functions and states describe what interior decoration is; the interior designer or the architect should make use of these concepts to achieve the best results possible.

The goal isn’t only to determine what color should be used to paint a room or what kind of tapestry will suit a space better; the goal is to learn the needs and habits of the people or the company we’re working with.

With these priorities begins the interior-decorating process.


Sometimes, in certain structural projects, we work along with technicians, architects or engineers; by doing this we avoid interferences, duplicated functions and increased costs.

The coordination of the project is made "in situ" as well as in the workshops of the professionals that intervene in the project. If the project is structural, the coordination is made along with the technicians involved.

As for the budget management, it is our policy to establish the right contacts depending on the requests of the client and informing the possible supplier of the prescribed materials. Once said materials have arrived, the client will be the one to decide which one is the most convenient, since the billing is done directly between the supplier and the client. We do not intervene in the commercial negotiation.


Analysis of the project
Distribution of the area - multiple alternatives
Presentation of the most adequate alternatives
Selection (along with the client)
Project drawn in blueprint
Electrical installation project
Domotics (if necessary)
General Sections
Elevations and Details
Study of the lighting and a full list with a dossier including the images
Plumbing - lists and dossier of images
Technical reports
Perspective drawings, 3D
Budget management if necessary



For over 30 years we've been working on the interior architecture field, following a line of work that values the importance of teamwork and analyzing all the existing techniques in the market, driving our business environment towards the best results possible.

With a broad experience in the field, we're constantly innovating and we’re in touch with new materials, products and techniques, as well as new working methods such as working on 3D. Our study, located in the center of Barcelona, is the place where we develop most of our work.


Outside Designs (gardens, landscaping)
Inside Designs (houses, apartments, lofts, flats)
Commercial Interior Design (bars, coffee shops, restaurants, hotels, shops, offices....)
We redecorate, remodel, organize and coordinate our projects to turn them into comfortable and nice places where our clients can live, relax or work effectively. We have projects all around Spain; some of the most important are located in the Balearic Islands: Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca.



It's the space where people should feel most comfortable. In order to achieve the maximum comfort, it’s essential to consider the number of people that will live in the house, their habits, routines and the exact location. Once we know all the details, we can choose the right textures, materials, lighting, furniture and other complements in order to create a space that is harmonic, versatile and agile.

Housing Typologies

- Single Family Home: Detached; usually with a garden where we can apply the techniques mentioned above.

- Offices or Studies: Where you can both work and live. Sometimes it's necessary to separate these two functions.

- Apartments: Small spaces that can be either the main residence or a vacation residence.

- Loft: Lofts are spaces that used to belong to ancient industrial areas. It's a large and open space where you can distribute every element without physical obstacles. It can also be a space to work.

The flats and other types of homes are analyzed from every dimension in order to provide the right functionality and service and assure the absolute comfort of the user.


It is essential to know and understand the client who will make use of the space. These types of spaces are always divided in two different areas, there's a public one and a second one aimed at the services. It's important to incorporate the areas of attention in an ideal way to take advantage of every space without making it uncomfortable and it’s also interesting to add a special touch in the design to awaken the interest of the client with elements in accordance with the surroundings. We must also have in mind the corporate image of the company. Incorporating 'chill out' areas is important both in the public and the private spaces, since these areas are inviting, relaxing and make social interactions easier.

- Tourism Sector: Apartments, hotels, rural houses and holiday clubs have to be functional, comfortable and flashy at the same time. It's always interesting to add a distinctive touch of class.

- When it comes to restaurants, music bars and cafés, the most essential part of the process is giving these spaces an identity. We have to be especially careful with the lighting and the decoration since they have to be versatile. This is important because these spaces have to combine different activities throughout the day.

- Sales areas such as fruit shops, fashion boutiques, bakeries and grocery stores should be designed to get the client's attention and interest so that they can examine the product.

- Health Field: Dental clinics, doctor's offices and veterinary clinics are aimed at a very specific audience. The discretion in these kinds of projects is essential and it's also necessary to priorice the waiting areas so that patients can relax.

- In consultancies, offices and technical offices the public service areas and the waiting areas are as important as the meeting rooms, where usually prevails a discrete and differential treatment.


It's an adaptation of the nature to our needs. After organizing the landscaping space, it's important to take into account the cost of conservation as well as the lighting, the water spaces and the fountains (in case you plan on adding them). Based on these premises, there are multiple combinations that could be made; you might want to consider, for example, autochthonous plants since it makes the maintenance easier and it helps saving water. This type of garden is the most requested because the plants, well-adapted to the environment, grow and regenerate without need of external help, which makes the work a lot easier.

The Japanese Garden can be completely minimalist and can include natural elements as decoration (such as stones or dry logs) or a combination of both natural elements and plants (such as natural ponds with water lilies or bonsais, which can also be autochthonous). The latter option could be ideal if the owners enjoy relaxing environments and well organized spaces. You can study the combination of natural plants and artificial elements such as synthetic grass, a useful and amortizable material when it comes to the consumption of water; or the exotic and sophisticated garden, which requires more attention when it comes to its preservation and involves the implementation of foreign species.


TF. BARCELONA +34933177094
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