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Another interior design duo (and this time, a married couple), Agnes Studio This is where you will find Estefania de Ros, who studied both interior design and furniture design, as well as Gustavo Quintana-Kennedy, whose background is in architecture and design founderism, according to their website. Both from Guatemala, the couple started their business in 2017 and since then have focused on concepts that look to the world around them and the future for inspiration, which has always been part of life. of Ros.

“I always knew what I wanted to do: create. I loved painting since I was little, and my mother and my aunt had a textile factory where they collaborated with different local artisans,” said de Ros. Latinity. She also recalled, “Looking back now, I also remember wanting to be a photographer. That was what I really loved, but since there was no photography school in Guatemala, I studied interior design and that’s how I started.”

By exploring potential existences and trying to integrate them into our current reality, de Ros and Quintana-Kennedy see where they can take traditional influences working with unrestricted techniques. Agnes Studio’s design, which has a strong artistic side, resulted in a stunning space filled with wood which features the team’s own Lana chair as well as the Códice side table. Not to mention the light and bright atmosphere of their own space which features a fantastic combination of natural materials, comfortable furnishings and modern accents.