GENT 3.0 office by VOL2 DESIGN, Spain

February 14th, 2013 by retail design blog

The project consists of a series of shelf-modules and tables to shape work stations where elderly people perform various volunteer works on a technology basis. The formal concept is inspired by the corporate image that the artist Joan Miró designed in the 80’s to the institution that sponsors these social programs. Miro’s work is identified by the distinctive use of color and the apparent naivety of the forms, resulting in this proposal, in non-rigid articulation and adaptation mechanisms.

The placement of the modules will be based on the needs of each space, alternating between the shelf role and audiovisual functions. The project is designed to fit in a considerable number of social centers in Spain.

Designed by VOL2 DESIGN

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