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Do you know the Momocca brand?
Continuing on our project Lost in Translation for the 55th edition of Casa Decor, today we want to tell you a little more in detail about one of the brands that are part of the suite room in the Gira space. They are Momocca, a Valencian design furniture firm that provides infinite solutions to any type of need, both environmental and spatial. Its philosophy promotes and defends direct personal contact with both customers and distributors, betting on quality in every detail and dedication when selecting both parts and materials used.
For our participation in Casa Decor we opted to include the Julia and Emma collections for the suite room, being fully integrated into the space and design. All this translates into that they are collections that are capable of adapting to the moment and the place, being fully configurable and with an innovative design both in form and material. Able to surprise with its uniqueness and elegance, Momocca furniture is capable of transmitting timelessness by being designed to remain desirable over time.
Con la consecuencia de ser la de este año la edición más sostenible de Casa Decor, las piezas de la firma juegan con la materialidad del mobiliario. El vestidor combina nogal natural, metal y mármol junto con las paredes tapizadas deslizantes. Las mesitas de noche se adaptan perfecta a la forma redondeada del cabezal acompañando a las líneas de la suite en cada momento.
With the consequence of being this year the most sustainable edition of Casa Decor, the pieces of the firm play with the materiality of the furniture. The closet combines natural walnut, metal and marble along with sliding upholstered walls. The bedside tables adapt perfectly to the rounded shape of the headboard accompanying the lines of the suite at all times.
Commenting more deeply on its products, Momocca started with a line of sideboards with a unique curved finish, the Adara collection. This has an honest and distinctive design that gives the collection great flexibility thanks to its modularity and is capable of adapting to any space. Later Julia arrived, inspired by freedom. A system of shelves and bookcases whose exquisite touch is provided by its upholstered panels with infinite color possibilities. The third collection is Emma, a set of side tables that can be converted into poufs. A work of art in the form of elegant, versatile and exclusive auxiliary furniture.
Para el equipo de The Room Studio ha sido un tremendo placer poder contar en nuestra primera edición de Casa Decor con una firma tan especial y colaborativa. Un equipo fresco y enérgico con el que sin ninguna duda seguiremos contando para muchos de nuestros futuros proyectos. Os dejamos a continuación algunas imágenes de sus productos tanto en ‘Lost in Translation’ de Casa Decor como en el proyecto ‘Vivienda Josep Bertrand’, ¡feliz semana a todos!
For the team at The Room Studio it has been a pleasure to have such a special and collaborative firm in our first edition of Casa Decor. A fresh and energetic team that we will undoubtedly continue to count on for many of our future projects. We leave you below some images of their products both in ‘Lost in Translation’ by Casa Decor and in the project ‘Josep Bertrand House’, happy week everyone!