Work performed in a pleasant environment or in a stimulating open workspace encourages productivity. This was Arch. Méndez Álvaro’s main idea during the creation of this new co-working space in Madrid.
The 900 m² surface area designed to seat 120 people is divided into various sections, precisely a flexible working area with moveable tables to offer versatile workstations, a static meeting area, an auditorium and a relaxation area. A project centred on volume and natural light, a choice that is mirrored both in furnishings and lighting solutions. Furnishings are developed along neutral hues, such as white, black and beige, which enhance the flashes of yellow on the walls and in certain items disseminated in the environment.
Lighting makes use of 120 Kimi S, suspended lamps, whose simple design perfectly merges into the environment. They are misaligned along the desks to endow space with movement. All fixtures were fitted with an opalescent cover to reduce glare and ensure greater visual comfort. The chosen colour temperature is 3,000 k, which ideally creates a warm and pleasant atmosphere without renouncing dynamic creativity.