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Masquespacio: The Enthusiasm and Eagerness of Interior Design

Best known for their avant-garde style, blooming with color and falling perfectly onto a minimalist background, Masquespacio’s aesthetic is something most of us only dare to dream about without ever knowing how to achieve it. Today we are delving into the bubblegum world of the Spanish design agency and falling in love with their magnificent chairs.

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MasquespacioFounded in 2010 by designer Ana Milena Hernández and marketeer Christophe Penasse, Masquespacio was born from this mixed approach to interior design: a place where marketing and branding come together with exceptional design to create unique places and experiences.

Spanish design agency Masquespacio was recently awarded the title of ‘Interior Designers of the Year’.



The Arco collection designed for Houtique introduces a new chair, that continues with the initial seventies inspiration.


This time although maintaining the aesthetics of funny arc forms a more luxury finish has been added, using gold paint and velvet fabrics.


The chair, as well as the other products from the Arco collection, is available in any RAL color and fabric.

Since its conception, the Spanish design agency has been creating custom-made branding and interior projects through its unique approach, resulting in innovative and aesthetically pleasing concepts.

To make these dreamy interiors come true, Ana Milena Hernández, designer and founder of the interior design firm, claims to always look for authenticity in each project, aiming to create a unique experience for both the clients and the final users of their products and interior design projects. This mastery, paired with Christophe Penasse’s love for branding, creates the ultimate mix between design and marketing that allows for the duo to bring fresh ideas and innovative ideas into their clients’ company’s images.



Mambo is a new armchair designed for Houtique to celebrate our co-partnership with the furniture and lighting brand.


Mambo with which the rhythm will never stop, follows our aim to bring the past to the future, reinventing traditional ideas.

If we take look at Masquespacio’s portfolio it is easy to identify a pattern and perhaps, even more than that, a signature style: bold colors and shapes, an unafraid approach to mixing and matching textures and styles. Everything looks like it is exactly where it should be, very strictly put together, yet incredibly relaxed, almost soothing-like. At times, it seems like the Spanish design agency is able to create picture-perfect worlds we are almost too afraid to exist in, yet can’t wait to enter and explore.

Everything looks like it is exactly where it should be, very strictly put together, yet incredibly relaxed, almost soothing-like.

Ebook -  Top 100 Interior Designers

Coming up with such a strong identity and signature style might definitely not have been an easy task, but there is no denying Masquespacio has successfully done it. The interior design firm’s style has made people all over the world fall in love with their work, which can now be seen across the globe, from Spain to Norway, France, Germany, and the USA.

The Spanish interior design studio has been the recipient of many awards since 2010, such as Interior Designer of The Year by T Magazine Spain – The New York Times (2019), Design Summit Nomination “Best Updater” by Architectural Digest Germany (2018), Wallpaper Design Award “Best Speckle” Obloha lamp redesign for RACO – Winner (2017), among others.


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