The Autohaus designed by MF Architecture is designed for a pair of former race car drivers who collect vintage cars and teach automotive restoration skills to disadvantaged youth.
Spanish accessories brand Malababa is opening up a new space in Madrid’s Serrano 8, where its structure symbolizes and reproduces the firm’s identity features: light, texture, colour and shapes. It is in itself a return to their roots, where raw beauty’s natural sense gets stablished as different, authentic and truly attractive. Everything in Serrano 8 Malababa calls for an authenticity which becomes more beautiful within time. And this is precisely one of Malababa’s mantras.
The Hotel Maritim designed by Dom Arquitectura is located on Roses beach promenade wanted to renovate the entire ground floor. Updating the common spaces, while still maintaining their same existing uses. The hotel’s ground floor is divided into three areas: the hall and reception, the bar, and the terrace.
A More Domestic Branding by Egue y Seta. Ever since Google Headquarters’ bold office space design hit the media, the idea that corporative spaces were a lot more than mere rows of desks and chairs behind a front desk and waiting area became an indisputable fact. Nevertheless, turning your office space into a playground for professional adults isn’t something that necessarily has to match every company´s DNA or renovation budget. Photography by Vicugo Foto.
After a succesfull collaboration between i29 interior architects and VMX Architects for social workplace Combiwerk, this is another project where both offices joined forces to seamlessly integrate architecture and interior design. For media agency MediaXplain an industrial building with a compliant bold interior is realised in de Houthavens, at the old Port of Amsterdam.
Crec Eixample is the second coworking space designed by CaSA for CREC, leading company in coworking in Barcelona. After the first collaboration with their “social coworking” Sinèrgics, CREC called again CaSA to design the new, centrally located workplace. Photography by Roberto Ruiz.