Space is a provoker and transmitter of emotions. Materiality, color and form are central elements of the latest design created by Héctor Ruiz Velázquez for the Alvic brand at Casa Decor Madrid.
Cleverly named as The Blue Moon lounge bar, the space is a geometric play of shapes, inspired by the Japanese art of kirigami and kaleidoscope geometry. It was colored in the most impactful iridescent blue – created by Alvic’s Luxe Plus extra shiny blue panels – that dramatically stood out from the exhibition space. It would have put the late monochrome master Yves Klein in awe! Private areas of the bar were secluded amongst more public ones by witty use of arches and circles encased in rectangular capsules that created a fresh interesting take on bar design. Light vividly bounced on the surfaces of the lounge generating the feeling of being entrapped in a geometrical illusion.
Héctor Ruiz Velázquez thoughtfully produced a space that was a capsule of sophistication and fun. The Blue Moon lounge bar embodied a stimulating energy that was contagious and engaging, attracting guests to explore the most intoxicating space they have ever been in.