+Quespacio just finished a new store in the City of Science, Valencia, called Piccino. Piccino is a store that brings kids clothes from Italian brands to the city of Valencia, like Brems and Bimbus.
Giving major importance to the clothes exposed in the store, the interior space is left mostly white. However 2 kids, inspired by the store-owners kids, welcome customers and their children with some playful and fresh colors. Kids, part of this sewing clothes shop, in which they work hard designing clothes for their new friends.
In a parodic way old furniture is represented by vinyls that combine shelves and actual furniture with silhouettes that are making fun of classic furniture. In the meantime the fresh colors used to represent the kids’ work are getting back the modern touch to the store. Some magnetic pixels are giving the chance to the children to create their own clothes while others are watching an animation movie. Last but not least, the classic Lou Lou Ghost chair from Kartell seems to be made for this store.
Piccino invites you all to their new, fresh concept store bringing you their sewing clothes shop loved by young and old with an eye for little details.
+Quespacio in this project worked out again their philosophy of creating corporative projects using creativity, taking charge of the branding and the interior design of Piccino.
+ Project facts
Space: 38 m2
Address: Trafalgar 52, Local 5, 46023 Valencia (http://www.piccino.es)
Design: Masquespacio | http://www.masquespacio.com
Photographers: Inquietud & David Rodríguez from Cualiti
+ About Ana Milena Hernández Palacios
Ana Milena Hernández Palacios was born in the colombian city Bogota the 28 of august 1982. From young age on she developed a creative talent participating in the decorative events from her mother. It was in 2001, at the age of 18 that she decided to start an adventure in Europe moving to Spain. There she worked the first years as a window dresser and responsible of merchandising for the stores of Maximoda. However as she was fascinated by the world of interior design she decided to start studying interior design at the well known designschool of Valencia Barreira. After finishing her studies she worked for a while in an architecture studio where she realized very soon that she wanted to develop her own style. The entrepreneurial spirit of her parents always had been very present and that’s what convinced her without a doubt to launch +Quespacio. The aim with +Quespacio is very defined, design creative spaces taking in count the needs from her clients and involucrate the diferent areas of design with the goal to create added value for their establisments.
+ All images and drawings courtesy +Quespacio