Spanish award-winning creative consultancy Masquespacio has finished its last interior design project for a hostel in the old town of Valencia. The renovated Valencia Lounge Hostel features eleven rooms distributed on 236 square meters (2,540 square feet), each with its own unique look.
Some basic elements of the former interior, typical for the Valencian homes of the 20th century, like vintage cement tiles and ceilings decorated with plaster molds, were maintained without modifications. The aim of the new design at the same time was to convert the hostel into a contemporary space with a kind of home coziness that could attract customers with different lifestyles. For this reason, each room of the hostel was decorated differently. There are, for example, rooms for fans of surf, music, or the actual ethnic trend. Masquespacio also designed all graphic patterns for this project as well as lamps, tables, and decorative elements, excluding only chairs and armchairs.
Ana Milena Hernández Palacios, creative director of Masquespacio: ‘We wanted to recreate the feeling for the guests that they were staying in a home, but one that makes them dream, disconnect and live a new experience, while they are enjoying holidays.’