Learn to design a catering space with a unique concept
A space that falls in love is one you want to return to again and again and again. In this, its design plays a very important role, something that Ana Hernández, creative director of the Valencian studio of interior design Masquespacio, knows very well, who will teach you her process for the creation of a restaurant, from the previous market research to the distribution of tables and chairs.
You will learn what a lovemark or cult brand is and what are the factors that define it, and then apply these elements in the design of your restaurant.
What's included in this course?
You will start by knowing Ana, her study and some of the projects and obstacles she has faced in the last 8 years. You will also know the references in interior design, fashion and artists from other disciplines that influence the work of Masquespacio.
You will know the concept of lovemark or cult brand, and how it has been gaining strength in recent years thanks to social networks. Define the factors that argue a lovemark in the world of restoration, and then apply them to your design.
Before designing a restaurant, you must know your client. You will learn to position your restaurant in the mind of a specific consumer and differentiate yourself from the competition.
Once you have defined your creative concept, you will learn how to distribute the space of your restaurant and choose the right furniture for your main areas, as well as explore the different bar options and their elements.
Using her Kaikayu project as an example, Ana will take you by the hand in the design of your restaurant.
What is this course project about?
You will design a restaurant of 100 square meters following the methodology of Masquespacio.
Who is it for?
Designers, creatives and anyone who has interest and curiosity in the design of commercial spaces.
You will need to have design knowledge or, at least, passion for it. Ana and her team will use Photoshop to design the layout of their restaurant, but you can do it in the way that is most convenient for you.
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Ana Milena Hernández Palacios, creative director of Masquespacio, is Colombian by birth but is settled in Spain since her youth. It has been linked to the world of interior design and decoration since it has the use of reason. He began working as a window dresser, but soon realized his growing passion for interior design and decided to train as interior architecture.
As soon as he finished his degree, he founded Masquespacio in order to explore his creative abilities. Under this firm he has created projects in Spain, Germany, Norway, Portugal and the United States, earning great international recognition in the press, as well as receiving several awards for his career as the Massimo Dutti Nuevos Valores by AD Spain and the Wave of the Future Award by Hospitality Design, also adding prizes for each project individually such as the Hospitality Design Award , Wallpaper Award and Red Dot .
His are the designs of L'Atelier Rouge, in New York; Vino Veritas restaurant, in Norway; Solera supermarket, in Cologne; the Hikari and Nozomi restaurants, in Valencia and the Valencia Lounge Hostel.