’80 and Memphis Style for the object shop Gnomo
The objects and decorations shop Gnomo, in the heart of Valencia, decided to redo its look for his sixth birthday. And Wow! What look! Thanks to Masquespacio.
Let’s start the week traveling in Spain, Valencia. We are in the renowned neighborhood Ruzafa, where the “lifestyle” store Gnomo has decided to celebrate his sixth birthday in a completely original way.
But let’s start from the beginning: we are in 2010, when the store Gnomo opens its doors to the public. The owners inaugurated it as an ode to design, a place where you can find all the most beautiful objects and decorations that are in circulation.
On the occasion of their sixth birthday they decide to move to a new neighborhood street and rely on the Masquespacio study.
NEW LIFE AND NOW LOOK FOR THE OBJECT STORE GNOMO
Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse are the founders of Masquespacio, a study of creative consultancy ; merging their knowledge in Interior Design and Marketing they have created an innovative design model and a fresh approach.
This approach is very clear from the outset in this store: 80s atmosphere, typically in Memphis style.
Geometric shapes and saturated colors describe a space that is not absolutely dispersive or disordered. Through a feeling of fun and happiness, multibrand objects sold are exposed creatively.
Black granite floor, white walls alternating with pastel and saturated colors share space with tables and customized display elements.
All display elements are easy to move, to give the possibility to change easily the exhibition in the store, according to items for sale.
In this space continuously reinvented, above selling design objects, stories are gifted.
And as Álvaro Zarzuela and Esther Martín, founders of Gnomo say: “In this space continuously reinvented, above selling design objects, stories are gifted. More than a store, for us Gnomo is a space to share experiences. All the objects we sell have their own history. Sometimes its the history of their brand, sometimes its the history we are living and most of the time it is a history told by our clients.”