Arco Furniture Collection by Masquespacio Inspired by the 70s

Arco Furniture Collection by Masquespacio Inspired by the 70s

The design of the Arco furniture collection starts clearly from its inspiration by the Seventies. Composed by a couch, chairs, tables and high stools this new collection designed by Masquespacio is builded up, as its name in Spanish indicates, from different rounded arcs that create a funny play of forms. It is especially interesting to see how combining a cold and industrial material like metal, it is converted in an attractive and emotional design through soft forms with vivid colors. Using a velvet produced and commercialized by Houtique it has been the intention to add a touch of warmth to the design, maintaining an authentic aspect.

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