Nominated for office of the year by the Archdaily Awards
Coatresa is an industrial company dedicated to technical coatings for various sectors, such as bakery and others.
The interior design studio Denys & von Arend has created a refined industrial-style space based on bread baking moulds, where the repetition of elements creates a pattern that provides rhythm to the entire installation.
An office with movement that pivots on a metal mesh that functions as a visual filter between areas, separating them, but without actually dividing them, thanks to its semi-transparency.
A sensation of seeing without being seen is generated. In this luminous space, certain “raw” materials are left exposed, only to be covered with a patina of colour that gives them a fresh approach within the space. Coatings and separators of different textures are combined, mixing padded finishes with harder ones and providing richness and variety to the surrounds.
There are various compositions of Adapta Plus and Adapta 2 plus "custom" desks made with special measurements and finished with integrated lighting solutions. Several Qbuc solutions have been used to address storage, and the 60/40 program has been chosen for the cabinets.
Truly aesthetically impeccable work, as is reflected in the shoot by Vicugo Studio; a space nominated for office of the year by the Archdaily awards, the architecture, urbanism and design weblog created in 2008, which currently is considered to be the most popular architecture website in the Spanish-speaking world, with more than 10 million monthly visits.