City Lights

At the age of 17, she entered the lighting company as an intern Vbospagnadedicated to the manufacture of design lamps and the realization of lighting projects. Today, at 31, the architect and lighting consultant Rachel Gutierrez has become the director of projects as important as the hypnotic lighting of the Loewe storesthe masterful lighting scenery of the restored Hall of Kingdoms of the Prado Museum and the subtle lighting Villa de Paris building.

She has been in charge of the hypnotic lighting of the Loewe stores.

Raquel also teaches lighting classes in the interior design degree at ETSAM (Higher Technical School of Architecture of Madrid). His mission of hers? Get the best lighting for his clients: “Neither walls pierced by dozens of spotlights, nor walking around the premises with candles.”

The Donostiarra restaurant is another of his projects.

Gutierrez advocates for discreet and indirect lighting: «That it is hardly noticeable but that it achieves its objective: to illuminate». All of his creations can be seen, touched and be admired in the showroom from Madrid’s Calle Villanueva: a splendid flat with large windows and, of course, well-studied lighting. It also has a showroom in Valencia, Bilbao, Pamplona, ​​Barcelona and A Coruña.

Among another of his many projects is the Japanese restaurant Kabuki. / doctor

with his CEO Enrique Leal at the helm, Vbospagna has almost 50 employees, from architects and engineers to operators, and advises and manufactures for all types of clients, both companies and individuals. In addition, it exclusively distributes the Viabizzuno’s creations in Spain. Many of his projects are linked to restoration: of the iconic Donostiarra Grill and Txistu to the japanese Kabuki or Zuma Madrid.

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