The first inspiration for my rooms was the Tijosa Eco House Camp project itself and its ecological purposes.
Therefore, the use of used materials, waste that would go to waste and the subverted reuse of objects from a universe that has nothing to do with the space where they were applied as for example, the bedside tables made with several used car tires.
Then, the DNA of my work and the importance of clients feeling an author’s signature when they enter the rooms.
Since there are two bedrooms, I decided to create one white and one black, in an allusion to Yin and Yang, also represented in the project’s pool.
The black room, more sophisticated, by its own color, works almost like a black box.
Totally black, with the exception of some very graphic color details, this room has a slightly Punk touch, also evident in a certain way in my work. This more aggressive aspect is given for example by the curtain made of military netting used for camouflage, and by the black tires used as bedside tables.
These elements, a bit trashy, are balanced with the details of very strong colors and the golden carving placed in strategic places of the space, making this room a different experience.