Tue, April 17, 2012

Passage and Lobby Interior of ‘Beethoven’ Office Building // ARCHIT3CTUM

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‘Beethoven’ Office Building is located in Barcelona, Spain. The architects from ARCHIT3CTUM have recently completed interior design of passage, lobby and common areas. As a main idea was taken the term “Modular Origami” and starting from there ARCHIT3CTUM set through the folds and shapes compose a tessellation of changing hues to serve as housing. Coating was raised a composite panel walls, worked with a fold diagonally to form a composition with pvc stretched ceiling and accent lighting. Composed of a corridor that establishes connection between the street and square, guarded by two iron hinged doors open once again act as shutters that define and route access. The entrance to the building, is organized by two trays with pebbles and glass door with concealed allowing visual continuity and also limits the access.

Once in the lobby, ARCHIT3CTUM find the card-driven controls that allow entry to people who work in offices, the area of ​​video surveillance and reception. The futuristic approach to the project results in a smooth and stunning transition of spaces.

Building: Beethoven (Offices), 618 Diagonal Ave, Barcelona Spain
Project: Design of Passage, lobby and common areas
Area of intervention: 180 Square Meters

Architect: René Mateo
Company: ARCHIT3CTUM
Photography by Eli Garmendía

 

  • J. Barreda

    Really elegant Gattaca looking solution. Congratulations ARCHIT3CTUM!

 

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