Spanish interior designers are not a lot of fancy.
They have to do a lot, and some of them are so good they have to work in an office.
We spoke to some of the most talented interior designers working in Spain to find out why they do the work that they do and why they’re so happy to do it.
Read full storyThe first rule of interior design is to work with the client, and it’s an obvious rule to follow when it comes to a modern Spanish home.
But how do interior designers get the job done?
According to Alberto González, the head of interior for the Spanish government, the best way to learn to design is by looking at other countries and seeing what works.
He says: “It is not about designing the best possible house.
It is about the house you are living in.”
González says he was born in Barcelona in 1957, and he worked for several years at a design agency before he moved to Barcelona to start his own company in 1996.
He has been involved in designing homes for over 30 years, but he says he is the most comfortable when he is working with a client, as he knows what he wants to achieve.
Gonzás’ passion for interior design started with his mother.
She was a young housewife who was obsessed with the interior design of her family’s house in Barcelona.
She designed furniture and made the house look as if it was built by hand.
After that, she started working as an interior designer, working for major architects such as Rem Koolhaas and Herzog & de Meuron.
She has been the head interior designer for the European Parliament, and she was the design director of the Barcelona Opera House.
Giovanni Gonzáles says his career started with a simple passion for design and his father was always very supportive of it.
He was inspired by a Spanish interior designer named Alberto Gonzàles.
Gomez says that he began by making furniture, and eventually began working with architects, but it wasn’t until the 1960s that he really took on the job.
He became a part-time apprentice and took up interior design full-time in 1972.
“I started as a young man who didn’t know what he wanted to do,” he says.
Gómez says that in his early years, he was very self-critical, and even had to look for work outside the profession because his parents didn’t want him to become an architect.
But as he got older, he realised that he was more suited to the interior designer role.
He also says that his love for interior designs started when he started working in his teens, and that he still remembers a time when he wanted a car and he wanted something like a Mercedes.
He said: “I used to sit there for days and weeks, waiting for the phone to ring.
At that time, I had no idea that a car would exist.”
When it comes down to the job, Gonzáls says he wants the client to see the home as he wants it.
“The idea is to design and create a house that is different, to create something beautiful,” he explains.
“That is what I want to achieve with the clients I work with.”
Gosalez says that when he was a teenager, he started to realise that his parents were not happy with the way his work was being used.
But it wasnít until he started his own design firm in the late 1980s that it really started to affect him.
The first clients he worked with were the elderly people living in old houses, so he wanted the house to look like it had been renovated.
“They were really nice people, but I could see that they didnít have the resources to do the restoration,” he recalls.
Gosán Gonzálas, a professor of interior architecture at Barcelona’s Universidad Complutense, says that because his students are so young, he wants them to take an interest in the interior of their home.
He explains: “If you work with someone who is old and who has no idea about modern design, you are going to get different ideas.
But if you work together, they will understand what I mean.”
Gosa says that most of the clients he works with are the elderly, but that there are also younger people who are very interested in interior design.
“They have always liked the idea of modern architecture, but they donít know how to do interior design themselves,” he said.
“We need to learn from each other.”GOSA SANTOS/AFP/GettyImagesGosa’s wife, Ana Maria, is a graduate of the prestigious architecture school of Bilbao, and his daughter, Mariana, is also studying at the university.
They work in their familyís home, which they have designed for years.
They love to have a little bit of