Discover The Luxurious Maximalist Concept of Sánchez De Moya ⇒ Amaro Sánchez de Moya is the amazing designer that takes the maximalist concept to the extreme, creating a unique global retreat interior design project. A true example that luxury decor can change a room completely. CovetED brings you a closer look at his incredible work.
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The incredible decorator and architect Amaro Sánchez de Moya is well-known for its maximalist interiors. His latest project fits perfectly with his unique style: turning two houses into one maximalist decor project. At the centre of the Old Town of Seville (Spain) is where you can find his newest luxury decor master project. He built a palace that celebrates crafts in every way, for two doctors: Isabel Sáez de la Fuente and Pascual Sánchez Martín.
The house owners have been collecting art and antiques for many years, and that was the designers’starting point. For example, their amazing blue-chip collection, from classical sculptures to artworks from the 17th through the 20th centuries, suits perfectly with the luxury concept designed by Sánchez de Moya.
This design project was made with the help of dozens of master artisans from all over the world. Their work took almost three years, nonstop, to complete this incredible luxury design home. When they decided to merge the two houses, it was the time that they knew that the project was going to start from scratch.
The architecture of this Seville Project is completely inspired by ancient times, using traditional methods. It’s like going back in time o the king’s era. The new history for the house was a tale told through objects and art of its interior decoration.
To add some antiques into a new building can be quite a challenge. You need to understand what space requires and what is right because not every piece can fit in the luxury environment.
The trick to be successful in the maximalist concept, it’s nothing more than knowing your boundaries. You need to understand the idea of contrast, between emptiness and fullness, colour and non-colour, darkness and light, to not overdo any of these aspects. In art and decor, it is all about balance, and if you succeed you will turn your home design into something eternal and timeless.
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