The circle is the generating element that defines the soft borders of the single letters, while two dots, placed over the beam of the “i”, mark its uniqueness. From a chromatic point of view black and white are combined with a uniform bright yellow, a symbol of light and energy.
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A yellow frame of pipes with 3D printed joints marks the lunch counter. The reception and coffee bar are made of steel frames with polycarbonate sheets, inspired by the Ampelmann gangways offshore. The most omnipresent intervention however, is the double storey volume completely materialized in cork. It holds meeting-, workshop- and simulation rooms. A spacious stair is cut out of the cork volume.
The design challenge was to create a hospitality interior that felt amiable, fresh but not “too girly”, cozy enough for late intimate nights but with an openness that would let them organize cooking workshops as well. The palette of materials and colors were to be the predominant white color with hints of yellow, turquoise, wood, colorful lamps and plants: the result was warmth but bright space even during the dark winter days.
Following Brigada’s recommendation, when designing the office we paid particular attention not only to work but also to socialization, relaxation, and fun. With a different design for individual zones, a different application and use was defined for each one, and the result is that employees have the feeling they are in an entirely different space, which makes it possible for them to really tune out and relax.
Local architects Rica Studio designed the two-storey Madrid flagship of the English for Fun linguistic school, aiming to booster the schoolchildren’s creativity, imaginations and stimulate all five senses. The centre uses the Reggio Emilia approach to teaching children a foreign language, a method that combines self-guided play, visual learning and the built environment.
Strong colors, lights contrasts and graphism created a dramatic and dynamic architecture. There is a big box, in the middle of the room, painted with yellow and black stripes indicating a danger zone, where inside of it there is a quiet (or loud!) teenager bedroom, with all the magazines that Bob Gruen`s photos appeared printed and plastered on the walls.
Constant improvement of the product, conformity to the global interior fashion trends, as well as distribution through the international market prove the brand to be reloaded in a new European presentation. The updated style reflects the key standards of the new generation equipment production in its best way.
The perspective along the ceiling border to the pillar structure conveys dynamic interaction. The large wooden plaque in the hall implies Eastern Heritage and thus extends the continuity of cultural connotation. Listed in a symmetrical order, the value principal is derived from a metaphor for the spatial texture of oriental residence.
The goal was to create an energetic and welcoming design language / concept for the campus building that was designed to include multifunctional seminar and event spaces, attractive F&B choices, indoor and outdoor sports and wellness facilities as well as flexible team spaces to support creative brainstorm sessions and casual / formal meetings alike.