Lorenzo Castillo is definitely the strongest presence in Spanish design nowadays. Castillo’s design aesthetic is defined by uniqueness and singularity well known not only in Spain but in France, Shanghai, Hong Kong, U.S.A. and many other places around the globe. His work has been published in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Marie Claire, Hola!, House and Garden, Attitude, Telva, Nuevo Estilo, and The New York Times. Today we will show you the best dining room projects by Castillo.
This project is called La Finca, and even though it looks like a small restaurant, it is in fact a house with two modern dining tables ideal for when you have too many people at the house. Lorenzo Castillo holds a degree in Art History and has owned an antique shop since the 90’s. His signature style is a mix of antiques with contemporary pieces as we can see on this project.
This one is called Duplex and it is a house in Spain. There are two separate dining areas, both with an exclusive design by Lorenzo Castillo. The first one mixes all shades of red and pink, creating a contemporary room design, while the second one brings a rustic touch starting with the patterns of the kitchen wall and ending with the wooden chairs.
Madri is the name of this project of our exclusive designer of today. It is named after the city where we can find this residence. Once again, Castillo brings the classic and sophisticated look to a contemporary dining design, from the chandeliers and golden tables to the modern sofas and armchairs.
The Carey Restaurant in Madrid is one of the most famous projects of Lorenzo Castillo. There is a contrast between the green and yellow decoration on the walls and the dark wooden chairs and tables in this dining area design that resembles to a mediterranean and almost rustic atmosphere.
The Hispania Restaurant in London brings a spanish flavour to the british capital, with a lot of patterns, colours and even horns on the wall paying tribute to the hunting traditions of Spain.
This dining room belongs to the residential project named Sevilha and it is pretty much my favourite. It is as spanish as it can be, with beautiful shades of red and the wood on the ceiling giving it a rustic touch. This dining area seems full of stories and you can almost hear a guitar playing in the background.