Lorenzo Castillo is an amazing Spanish interior designer, familiarize with several rewards Lorenzo arranged space for the prize of the 100 AD 2017 top 5 daredevil interior designers where is individuality and statement rooms.
If Castillo had adhered to family tradition, though, none of that would exist; he would be a doctor, like his father and his elder sister. Instead, he studied art history and then opened a captivating little antique shop in a rough part of Madrid, the only neighborhood he could afford that trained his masterful eye as an antiquarian is an insatiable appreciation for antiques and art energized with a contemporary flare for color and print that has put him on the map. So far he created many beautiful private homes, hotels, restaurants and shops.
This New York Hotel really brings out his modern sense of style. The choices go from a black and white floor with green and gold details, the furniture is really modern and contemporary and even the way it is displayed is different than what we are used too.
Lorenzo designed the interiors for the city’s Hotel Santo Mauro his signature style is well represented here, you can see mixes of the modern with the traditional, and a daring use of color and pattern to creating high impact, and elegant interiors.
Lorenzo Castillo’s historic seaside villa in his native Spain contains accented drawing rooms with opulent wallpapers, vintage cabinets and armchair and amazing timeless notorious antiques
This colorful and fun hotel in Barcelona represents perfectly his originality and personality, his bold bursts of color, fabrics, and bespoke furnishings offer all the exuberance this hotel need it.
Lorenzo Castillo’s work is endless, his projects mark a milestone in what refers to High Decoration, his projects has houses whose value grows with the passing years. In this elaborated duplex of 1,000 square feet of young collectors in Madrid, you can see his good ‘hobby’ Deco speaking face to face with contemporary art.
Philosophy: “Classic intellectual style with a modern spirit.”
Projects: Summerhouses in Barcelona and Biarritz, France; hotels in Madrid and Paris; a townhouse in London.
Key Influences: Geoffrey Bennison, Henri Samuel, Albert Hadley, Robert Kime.
Inspiration: “Madrid always—for its sheltering skies and world-class architecture.”
Dying to Visit: Casa de Serralves, an Art Deco villa in Porto, Portugal.