Gauss Academy by interior03, Santo Domingo de la Calzada – Spain

June 10th, 2017 by retail design blog

Academia Gauss, is a small academy of Mathematics training, located in the historical center of a small town of La Rioja in Spain. The owner of the business, she dreamed of improving her facilities to which boys and girls attended daily to improve her math level.

The project was born from the need to take advantage of the entire surface of the premises, to improve the acoustic-thermal comfort, to generate two different reception and study areas, to make the most of natural light and to design an attractive corporate image that invaded the space and facade.

To achieve this, it was necessary to demolish much of the building and build it again. Wood paneling and indirect lighting seek to warm the space furnished and dressed in neutral colors and oranges.

Design: interior03
Photography: Patricia Hermosilla Velasco

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