IN MADRID, A FORMER FACTORY TURNS INTO AN ARCHITECTURE STUDIO.
Juncos Redondo Arquitectos is based in the Spanish capital, not far from the green Retiro park. Originating from the recovery of an early XXth century industrial building, the studio combines original elements of the existing structure, such as solid brick walls and large windows, with a minimal design, featuring clean lines.
The interior design project’s goal was to create a space that was comfortable and fit for working, but at the same time cosy and stimulating for planning. A 4 meter high front door reveals a wide working space, where monochromatic LIM 3.0 tables accommodate eight workstations. Cable compartments make the worktop tidy and free from any impediment.
Tense Material table is the protagonist of the meeting room: it comes in its warmest oak wood finish and it accommodates 8 to 10 people, thus facilitating meetings and collective work. Behind the table, there’s an essential Minima 3.0 bookcase in white aluminium, that hosts architectural books.
In the lunch area, a Rock Table stands out: with its concrete base, it fits so well in the building’s architecture. Every table is matched with chairs of the Flow family: padded Flow Chairs with base on wheels for the workstations and Flow Slim armchairs for the meeting room and the lunch area.