del Castillo studio is brimming with a creative, pleasant, accessible, and totally dedicated workforce. They will accomplish the best design solutions for each project, whether it is a private house, resort, hotel, spa, or boutique development, from idea to completion.
The success of Studio del Castillo’s service is built on recurring clientele and word of mouth.
The interpretation of the brief is critical to the end project’s success. Working collaboratively with numerous specialists such as architects, landscape designers, lighting, sound, and hydraulic engineers, each assignment is thoroughly scrutinised to guarantee meticulous attention to detail is maintained from mission inception to completion.
They specialise in space planning and flow-through, capitalising on all areas of usefulness and practicality before creating the creative side of the devoted area.
After the fluff and dust of creative thought settle, they take a no-nonsense attitude to business. On a commercial level, del Castillo studio collaborates with major hotel brands to reposition individual properties, find underutilised areas to generate additional income, and ultimately provide an enhanced guest experience that fits our clients’ business goals.
del Castillo Studio’s goal is to never do business without fun! Their dedicated and passionate crew is obsessed with the design and service industries in general. All projects provide significant benefits for exploring items and materials, which offers a new experience!
This 35-year-old structure was designated as Accor Vacation Club’s next flagship resort and required extensive renovations. The end product is a timeless, extremely refined, but pleasant seaside atmosphere that exceeds expectations.
The essence of seaside elegance and calm peaceful luxury is identified by subtly blended textures, patterns, and materials.
This project, which took place within the 1890s Victorian Railway Headquarters Building, saw the dismantling of an unattractive late-20th-century refurbishment, allowing for reimagining a historic interior and the “finding of buried architectural details.”
The materials are chosen for this project mirror the original design idea. Throughout this interior, traditional meets non-traditional in materiality and form to evoke a space that feels both part of the building’s traditional fabric and inherently relaxed and comfortable, resulting in an outcome that expresses the comfort and liveability ultimately required by the clients.
The project’s bachelor client needed his current kitchen and bathroom updated to fit his lifestyle. This space’s semi-industrial idea matches the client’s calm, manly features, promoting the usage of a relaxing, monochromatic palette.
The customer obtained a more restful and relaxing bathroom design, with an extended shower reminiscent of wellness spas, a separate soaking bath, double vanity, and more robe storage in the main bedroom.
Basildene Manor is a heritage-listed sandstone building in the Margaret River region of Western Australia. Its immaculate exterior and garden belied the ad hoc nature of the interior and its desperate need for updating to meet 21st Century expectations of what a luxury 5-star hotel experience should be.
Because some units were less than 20 sqm, the interior palette was kept clean and neutral to enable the bones of the structure to come through.
Del Castillo began at the front entrance and made their way through the entire property attentively. The end result is a layered house packed with a rich mix of family heirlooms, modern furniture, designer lighting, and bespoke joinery, all created expressly for the ergonomics of those who live here.
A very surprising interior hides behind the striking façade’s clean lines. An innovative indoor courtyard maximises natural sunshine, circulation, and atmosphere. Intimate areas coexist with strong family zones.
The ability to cross over between decorating and design was useful since our choices for hard materials, fittings, and fixtures matched our vision for furniture, art, and accessories all being in sync, with the potential to support local design craftsmen also being a plus.
The aim was to design a relaxing and pleasant house ideal for extended family vacations that maximised the views of the amazing site. Collaboration with the architects includes everything from the design of the cantilevered pool to the landscaping, allowing for a smooth transition from the external to the interior.
The house is friendly and pleasant, yet is strong enough to withstand the rigours and realities of beachfront family life.
The client’s objective was to create a ‘home away from home’ atmosphere for members and guests, assess and rearrange existing spaces inside the heritage-listed property, and ensure that the arrangement of the rooms produced higher income and a better bottom line for the client. This project’s keywords were ‘Classic,’ ‘Sophisticated,’ ‘Comfort,’ ‘Nostalgia,’ ‘Old-World Charm,’ and ‘Elegance,’ with the interior design designed to match the setting on Flinders Lane, Melbourne.
Del Castillo photographed a terraced villa resort located on the side of a steep hill, facing the majestic volcano, Mt Agung, over a three-year period. Privacy, calm, optimum viewing possibilities, and most importantly, being at one with the natural simplicity of this seaweed farming hamlet without evident western influences. They laboured diligently from the outside to the inside, every step of the way. From the entryway to the restaurants, bars, pools, gym, steam room, day spa, and conference centre, they covered it all.
This warehouse renovation in Melbourne demonstrates that wonderful things do come in little packages.
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