Masquespacio’s Toadstool Design Collection.

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The Valencia-based studio Masquespacio have unveiled their debut collection for Spanish furniture and upholstery brand Missana.

The Toadstool Collection by MAsquespacio

The Toadstool Collection is a family of products inspired on the visual culture.  The Collection has different sizes puffs, a table and a sofa bench, and it’s the first collection designed by the Creative Consultancy, inspired by the visual culture and making the most of the outstanding upholstery technique of Missana.

This family of puffs, table and sofa bench represents very clearly what Masquespacio’s work is, inspired by the visual culture and by the fact that graphic design is always present in one way or another through their projects.

The fusion of materials seeks also to highlight that visual culture, “we can recognized the Memphis movement and Michael Graves’ architecture here, enhancing Missana’s upholstery technic”.

Upholstery that in this particular case merge perfectly with the noble materials used, marble, wood and golden plated metals. The Toadstool Collection allows an infinite number of combinations, adapting the products to each individual’s needs, choosing the preferred material, marble, wood, golden plated metal and the different color fabrics for the different parts of the collections as per the client’s unique taste.

Masquespacio is an award winning creative consultancy created in 2010 by Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse. Combining the 2 disciplines of their founders, interior design and marketing, the Spanish design agency creates branding and interior projects through a unique approach that results in fresh and innovative concepts rewarded with a continued international recognition by media specialized in design, fashion and lifestyle trends. They have worked on projects in several European countries like Norway, Germany and Spain.

by AN shopfitting magazine no.132 ©
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