Marbles, birch plywood, oak plywood and lacquered MDF were all used to create surfaces and storage cupboards.
A palette of "trendy" colours used throughout the studio will be changed annually, while branded stationery can be customised for different clients.
"Our brand is composed of seven different colours that can change for each clients' presentation," co-founder Christophe Penasse told Dezeen. "In our studio we applied the most trendy colours of the moment. The idea is to change colour palette every year according to what's trendy."
"The mix of materials is a clear representation of our projects," he continued. "We like to work both on fresh projects as well as on the luxury market or elegant designs. Our passion for a wide range of materials is the best representation of this mix of materials."
"We can see the influences of Memphis' forms and the resurrection of ornaments from Postmodernism – but in a more contemporary way," he added.
Upon entering the studio, visitors are met with a waiting room that doubles up as a space for more casual meetings. Chairs, sofas and tables from Masquespacio's Toadstool collection provide seating and work desks.
A space to the right side of the office entrance is divided into two different areas: a meeting room, and the senior designer's workspaces.
Brightly-coloured partitions in hues of pink and sky blue are used to separate each desk space from the meeting room.
A larger studio room upstairs features communal desks and cupboards fronted by pegboard panels. Plants add a "touch of green" to the working environment – contrasting with the light grey-painted walls.
Masquespacio was launched in 2010 by designers Ana Milena Hernández Palacios and Christophe Penasse. Other projects by the Valencia studio include a gadget repair shop fitted out in hospital-like colours, and a law firm's office with clusters of empty picture frames on its walls.
Photography is by Bruno Almela, unless stated otherwise.
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