For this project, we aimed to complement the original architecture of the historic building, designed by José Antonio Coderch de Sentmenat in 1968, the new layout was developed by exploring the relationship between the curvilinear character of architecture and the interior space.
The idea was to respect the architectural structure as much as possible and recover its original form, enhancing the simplicity and elegance in which the architect worked with the interior spaces.
The intervention was carried out in a conversative and minimalist way, avoiding adding elements that would modify the structure of the building.
High-quality materials were used to bring warmth to the space and a homogeneous colour palette was used to highlight the bespoke furniture, as well as the office desk made from natural oak wood and the shelves made of walnut, combined with a textile wall panel.
The office area features a bespoke piece of furniture that matches the colours of the room, along with cast iron shelves and countertop.
The result was a total transformation: from a design that has been changed which had fixtures built into the architecture, into a simple and modern office in which natural light recovered its key role.