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Madrid-based interior designer Pascua Ortega, was born in Barcelona and is known for this ability to design spaces that have a lasting impact. Ortega starts his working career in the world of finance in New York, where he met the world of interior design and high decoration. This moment would represent a new stage in his life once that made him leave the corporate world to start a new adventure in the creative world.


The firm started its activity in 1977, with the aim of providing a new and personal style to the world of interior design. A business structure was created with the capacity to serve a large number of highly diverse projects, from concept to final realization. The broad activity of study includes private, commercial, hospitality in general and of course the institutional.

Artistic director for the royal wedding

Among the prominent projects, it is inevitable to mention the royal wedding of Spain. Pascua Ortega was nominated the artistic director for the royal wedding of Don Felipe de Borbón with Letizia Ortiz. Ortega was responsible for the decoration of streets, buildings and garden areas of Madrid.


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