These latest projects reflect my style in interiors: a polished and unique atmosphere

Casa al río

Part Roman Palazzo, part Loire Valley Chateau, this superb house combines the best details and materials from a classical repertoire with the comfort of contemporary living on the tropics.


  • Guayaquil, Ecuador.

  • Carrara marble checkered floors.

  • Teak hardwood Versailles parquet.

  • de Gournay wallpaper.

  • Bisazza mosaics.

  • Belgian mouldings.


Is it dark persimmon, red beet, black currant, old burgundy or bulls blood?

Regardless of how you want to call it, you will be discussing the color of this unique apartment in the city as soon as you enter the space.


  • Quito, Ecuador.

  • Original artwork.

  • Original design / hand made wool rugs.

  • Vintage czech crystal chandeliers.

  • Ostrich leather accent pieces.

Tantra Design

Submerge yourself in an admosphere far far away from reality.




  • Tantra hotel, Tantra loft, Tantra design

  • Diagonal lines

  • Unparallel reflexion

  • Red textures

Casas Project

Following the examples of the kips bay show in New York or Casacor in Sao Paolo, Casas Magazine launched CasasProject where I designed an ephemeral interior inside an abandoned house.
I combine classical architecture, contemporary art and traditional crafts.

This space, #thelobbyist, won the magazine award and was featured in the cover of the june 2019 issue.



  • Quito, Ecuador.

  • Black and white porcelanato floors.

  • 3D concrete slabs ceiling.

  • Geometric wallpaper.

  • Velvet curtains.

  • Belgian mouldings.

  • Custom made candles.

Photos by Cecilia Puebla

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