LUV Studio is more than a reference of Spanish interior design!
LUV Studio is not just a reference of Spanish interior design, but also an international platform for interior designers and architects of high level. In this article, we’ll dive deep into the iconic work of this studio based in Barcelona, Spain.
Their headquarters might be based in Barcelona, but LUV Studio‘s designs and team are spread around the world. Along with their platforms in Madrid and London, they assure their work in Europe and cover the rest of the globe from New York and and South Africa where they established their Johannesburg’s office.
With over 20 experts, this team is composed by some of the best investment analysts, architects, interior designers, landscapers, lighting designers, 3D graphic artists and project managers. Ready to offer individual expertise they cover all the project from the very beginning always paying close attention to the client’s needs.
As you can see in the images that illustrate this article, there is something very special in their projects. In the most exclusive locations throughout Europe, Africa, the Caribbean and the Middle East, they always bring the best of design. Building an elegant bridge between comfort and style, this team knows how to capture the essence of the surrounding area and bring it to decoration elements. Walls cannot be a limit to sophistication!
With projects in the residential, hospitality, retail, commercial, and public sectors, they proved their versatility in projects like the Ethiad Business Lounge, the Noomy Beach Bar in Sierra Leona, the gym Class Heroes in New York and so on.
LUV Studio is defined by many styles and inspirations. With their eyes on the future, they use the best technology and bring trends into their world. There is a lot of content available at their website that we invite you to see in order to understand their concept.
LUV Studio is also a team for challenges. Take a look at the next video to understand how a tiny house in the Algarve region of Portugal could be transformed into a XXI century palace.