Interior Design and Architecture
Hotels – Restaurant – Residential

One of the best feelings in the world is to enter a space that makes you feel you have arrived. The external world dissolves and gives way to a space that makes you feel of having crossed the finish line of that moment.

One of the worst feelings is to feel out of place. Not knowing where you are because it could be anywhere. Not being inspired because there’s nothing that captures your imagination. Not wanting to stay beyond the absolut necessary because you know it’ll be better elsewhere.

I believe that interior design and architecture should always generate strong feelings. “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

For that you need creativity, knowledge of what’s possible and what’s not – and you need empathy. You have to like people.

I like people. A lot.

My starting point is not the space itself but the human experiences you want to create. And I want to get to know you. To understand your objectives, your vision and what drives you to do what you do.

It’s not a home if you don’t feel at home. It’s not hospitality if you don’t feel you want to stay. It’s not a store if you don’t feel inspired. Design at its most powerful makes you feel something.