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Now that many employees have more liberty than ever to decide where they want to work, neighbourhood co-working spots are coming into the spotlight.
You won’t forget to make your twice-annual appointments with spaces like these.
Barcelona – Casa Burés by Estudio Vilablanch and TDB Arquitectura ‘goes beyond aesthetics to propose new ways of sharing and living in our cities’.
El Puig, Spain – Although Nada opted for a peaceful interior for IMood restaurant in El Puig, the designers were able to go wild in the washrooms.
Barcelona – Barcelona’s Impress Dental Studio, conceived by Raul Sanchez Architects, was the unanimously decided winner for Frame Awards 2020’s Healthcare Centre of the Year.
Madrid – For the renovation of a long, narrow two-storey home in Madrid, studio Lucas y Hernández-Gil Arquitectos used passive lighting strategies to bring in the sun.
Málaga, Spain – Oficina Penadés designed and fabricated a colorful industrial storefront for the footwear retailer.
Valencia – Andreu World continues to celebrate authentic outdoor living around the Mediterranean with its latest lines of outdoor furnishings.
Valencia, Spain – For a dentistry office in Spain, designers proposed a pared-down interior that responds to its site and programme.
Barcelona – Arquitectura-G took a site and transformed it into a shared, flexible workplace while retaining its industrial spirit.
Granada, Spain – Martin Lejarraga Oficina de Arquitectura converts two 19th-century palaces in Spain into student residences, adding a touch of whimsy in the process.
San Sebastián – Taking inspiration from the old port of San Sebastián, El Equipo Creativo has designed a tapas bar and private club that references the area’s famous Basque …
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