Madrid — Spain

June 2020


  • Inés Sierra
  • Mercedes Sierra
  • Javier de la Higuera


Pablo Gómez-Ogando

MF8 is an interior decorating project for a completely renovated property in the centre of Madrid. Thanks to the structural changes designed and executed by architect Ramón Mendoza, the house is now much brighter. The diaphanous spaces with large windows allowed us to get creative with the custom-made furnishings.


Contemporary décor for contemporary architecture.

The sofa, inspired by 1970s designs, and the coffee tables and dining room table were made to order for this project and can be purchased from our e-shop.


The most striking piece is undoubtedly the TV/drinks cabinet. The client asked us to design a system that would allow him to watch television from both the living room and his bedroom. These two areas can be combined into one thanks to a moveable panel designed by the architect. We therefore created an oak and brass cabinet that could rotate 180 degrees to meet this difficult requirement. Moreover, the television can be concealed inside the structure, turning it into a drinks cabinet/bookcase when entertaining guests at home.

The client asked us to create something that would reflect his personality and lifestyle. The hessian carpet from Kilombo Rugs adds a hint of colour to an otherwise neutral space.