PBS Studio

Year: 2021

Location: Madrid

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The Patricia Bustos Studio Home.

I’m passionate about craftsmanship; I’m moved by the beauty of authenticity, by processes done with love and care, the beauty of imperfection, and the vernacular. In Spain, ceramics and mosaic are part of our culture and heritage. The versatility it offers, the variety of patterns, and ideas make ceramics ideal for creating unique projects, which is my main crusade. Bringing craftsmanship to people through spaces that approach utopia and the highest expression of beauty, generating unique universes.

In our studio, we mixed all these influences. From Le Corbusier, his rationalism and modular elements, like the perforated brick screens that help us divide spaces as needed. From Prouvé, the lattice geometries repeated in different materials like glass blocks and brick. From Bofill, the arched passages and the honesty of raw materials. From Gaudí, his concept of total architecture where everything must respond to the same spirit and belong to the space for which it was conceived. And I could go on, mentioning others like Saenz de Oiza, Cesar Manrique, or Higueras because many architects influence us daily, inspiring me to find my own language.

We wanted a clean space, not overly cluttered with elements to maintain mental clarity. That’s why all the shelves with various materials are hidden behind a gradient of curtains running along the side wall of the studio. We also didn’t want too much color pollution since a blank canvas is important to me. However, I couldn’t resist using a light mauve, which compared to the sand color chosen for the rest, adds contrast and more joy to the space.

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