Studio Bach | Exclusive Interview
STUDIO BACH is based in Marrakech and intervenes in all phases of the construction process on projects ranging from housing to commercial buildings and urban equipment. With more than 10 years at the service of our customers specializing in construction. They have been working in a collective and collaborative spirit, creating universes where architecture and design coexist and interact, to make an impression and touch people. Interior Design Magazines has interviewed this renewed company to get to know more about their career and future in this industry.
How did you get involved in the interior design industry?
By pure chance, I have basic architectural training but having made a career in Marrakech, a Mecca for tourist and restaurant design, I adapted to meet market demand: I had the opportunity to perfect my working experience. as project manager on the realization of the Palais Namaskar with the same mentor, Imaad rahmouni.
How would you describe your style of work? Do you have signatures that help identify your projects?
We have chosen to govern our work with the abstract signature of never reproducing the same style for our projects: to start from scratch with each new project: this is our motto.
Being in love with our work is always the key to achieving better results. Are you in love with this job? What do you like most about being an interior designer?
The richness of the materials of the fabrics, the colors of the textures, etc.
What is your philosophy on design and life?
We are all designers on earth based on the idea that every human being positions himself in harmony with the trend or opposition to the trend for the most basic functions such as dressing eating choosing his bike his car his house style and women, due to their constant contact with colors and materials to make themselves beautiful and feel good about themselves, should be our masters on earth.
Keeping abreast of all the trends is essential for anyone who wants to conquer this market. In what ways do you stay abreast of new trends?
Through travel and keep in mind that we are citizens of the world.
What major international events do you attend/follow to have the latest news?
House and Object Milan fair.
How would you describe your personal decorating style?
Eclectic listening to the client.
All artists need the inspiration to work, and interior designers are artists too. So what or who really inspires you?
Keep your child’s soul and a constantly renewed sensitivity.
Inspiration is something that drives everyone to create unique things. What makes you see the world differently?
My child’s soul.
If you had to choose a project in the world that you would like to be carried out by you, which one would it be?
The Bilbao Guggenhein Museum.
How important is a perfect chemistry between you and your clients to obtain the best results?
Listening and perfect harmony in the relationship to carry out this common path of life over the duration of the project.
Choosing the best pieces to compose a project can be the secret to obtaining the best overall result. Although it sounds easy, it is a delicate task and requires full attention in time to get done. Do you have any tips for those who are unsure of how to challenge themselves like this?
There are no better choices, there are only good choices that we believe deeply.
Do you think that working with interior design teams is better or worse than working alone? Why?
Obviously with teams: you can’t achieve anything grandiose by working alone.
Is there something exciting that you are working on right now that you can tell us about?
A hotel project is like a sort of secret society advocating a return to Berber sources and an adaptation to nature.
What has been your greatest achievement as a designer?
A 300 m2 apartment for a private client who gave us carte blanche and therefore no limit.
What goals do you have for the future?
Continue to do this job that fascinates me so much.
Do you have a favorite project or a favorite story about one of your projects?
We love all our projects which were completed with good energy.
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