Six N Five unveils Barcelona office design by Isern Serra

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Barcelona office designed as a serene oasis

Barcelona-based creative studio Six N Five unveils its new office, designed by Isern Serra with a soft color palette and special attention to craftsmanship

The Six N Five design studio unveils its new office space in Barcelona, ​​created in collaboration with designer Isern Serra. A longtime Wallpaper * contributor, Six N Five was founded by Ezequiel Pini and specializes in digital images, creating surreal fantasy worlds that push the boundaries of CGI.

Six N Five Barcelona desk design by Isern Serra

Serene and bright, the L-shaped office design is defined by a neutral color palette and is created as a multifunctional space for the studio team as well as visitors. The entrance from the street leads to a showroom and exhibition space and a cafe of local roaster Three Marks Coffee. This space will become the scene of a cultural program led by Six N Five, opening it up to the city.

Behind a set of theater-like curtains, an open corridor leads to the creation studio, designed as an oasis of calm and equipped with bespoke furniture and a palette of raw materials characterized by the original concrete structure. of the building.

The team space is divided into a relaxation area with a custom-designed sofa (upholstered with the same fabric used for curtains, Serra explains, to achieve a sense of uniformity and connection throughout), placed next to it. from the Ferm Living ‘Mineral’ coffee table and the ‘Pacha’ lounge chair, a 1970s design by Pierre Paulin produced by Gubi.

Facing a set of floor-to-ceiling windows is the workstation, centered around a custom table that was fabricated in-house from masonry and finished with micro-cement. The large desk faces a series of bookcases featuring prototypes and objects that inspired the surreal world of Six N Five.

The final space in the studio is the kitchen, again separated by thick curtains and comprising a custom-designed kitchen with a Dekton worktop by Cosentino, a bespoke table produced by the local carpentry workshop Carpintería J Vidal and chairs by Ton. The lighting is entirely produced by the Spanish brands Vibia and Santa & Cole.

“Earth tones are chosen to reinforce this idea of ​​materiality and obtained through the use of micro-cement on the floor and the functional elements. The same texture is achieved on the walls using the same tone of paint with an irregular plaster base, ”says Serra. “The space was designed as a great architectural sanctuary, where the imprint of craftsmanship is very present. §


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