Javier Mariscal was born in Valencia, Spain, and he studied graphic design in Barcelona.
Javier Mariscal and Fernando Salas seek to elicit different sensations with their graphic project by using many colours, especially on the floors of the rooms and walls, with which they manage to convey joy and imagination.
As soon as the guests leave the lift, Mariscal's Cactus sculpture appears in the lobby. Throughout the hallway there are illuminated glass cabinets resembling transparent light boxes and displaying different objects also designed by Mariscal. The aim is to make the way to the rooms more engaging.
Inside the rooms, he has tried to convey "good vibrations, a sensation of being in a comfortable space". Guests are presented with an area where the bathroom reigns supreme. The white Corian work surface has a dual function; while in the bathroom it is used as a sink and general surface, in the living room it becomes a piece of furniture, holding the minibar.
Large-scale colourful flower prints predominate in the bedroom, covering the headboard and closets, hidden behind a panel. The bed is located against the window. One of the sides of the bedroom is finished with a backlit wooden trellis, giving guests the feeling of being outdoors.