Disseny Hub Barcelona Offices for the Museum FAD & BCD by BAAS Arquitectura

By : Dennis Franklin | 15 Apr 2014 6:43 pm | Offices

The BAAS Arquitectura practice designed the Disseny Hub Offices for the Museum FAD and BCD on the Placa de les Glories Catalanes 37 in Barcelona, Spain with an efficient layout and typical decorative elements for the region.

The interior of the project is mostly defined by wallpaper collages to enrich the spaces and they are present in each of the multi-function rooms to symbolize design, fashion and the passing of time, as the architects have described their purpose.

The small areas determined the designers to employ various effects to make them seem larger so they used indirect light and a cornice at the height of 2.10 meters to improve the layout and to achieve a space that is more functional.

The entire office spreads over a surface of 2074 square meters with a highly diverse choice of patterns, textures and color motifs at the entrance and social areas, while the workspaces have a more neutral ambiance.

 

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