Barcelona place of work made as a serene oasis

Barcelona-based creative studio Six N Five unveils its new office environment, made by Isern Serra and featuring a muted colour palette and particular consideration to craft

Imaginative studio Six N Five unveils its new office area in Barcelona, created in collaboration with designer Isern Serra. A extended-expression Wallpaper* collaborator, 6 N Five was established by Ezequiel Pini, and specialises in electronic visuals, making surreal fantasy worlds that press the boundaries of CGI.

6 N Five Barcelona business office design by Isern Serra

Serene and luminous, the L-shaped office style and design is outlined by a neutral color palette all through and is established as a multifunctional space for the studio’s group as properly as visitors. The avenue-struggling with entrance sales opportunities to a showroom and exhibition space and a café by area roastery 3 Marks Coffee. This space will turn out to be the phase for a cultural programme led by 6 N Five, opening it up to the city.

Behind a established of theatre-like curtains, an open up corridor qualified prospects to the creative studio, conceived as an oasis of calm and showcasing bespoke household furniture and a uncooked material palette characterised by the initial concrete structure of the setting up. 

The team’s space is divided into a relaxation place with a tailor made-designed sofa (upholstered with the similar material employed for the curtains, clarifies Serra, to realize a sense of uniformity and connection throughout), put alongside the ‘Mineral’ espresso table by Ferm Dwelling and the ‘Pacha’ lounge chair, a 1970s layout by Pierre Paulin made by Gubi.

Going through a established of flooring-to-ceiling windows is the workstation, centered all-around a bespoke table that was manufactured on internet site utilizing masonry and finished with micro cement. The substantial desk faces a sequence of bookcases showcasing prototypes and objects that inspired the surrealist world of 6 N Five.

The final place in the studio is the kitchen, separated the moment yet again by thick curtains and showcasing a custom-built kitchen with a Dekton worktop by Cosentino, a bespoke desk generated by nearby joinery workshop Carpintería J Vidal, and chairs by Ton. Lights all over is by Spanish models Vibia and Santa & Cole.

‘Earth tones are picked out to strengthen this notion of materiality and realized by way of the use of micro cement on the floor and the purposeful things. The similar texture is attained on the partitions using the same tone of paint with an irregular plaster base,’ claims Serra. ‘The area was conceived as a substantial architectural sanctuary, in which the imprint of craftsmanship is incredibly existing.’ §