A Brazilian Film Company with New Stripped Down Digs

A Brazilian Film Company with New Stripped Down Digs

Fabio Marins Arquitetura was tasked with creating a space to house film production company Corazon Filmes in São Paulo, Brazil, that spans 125 square meters. The double-height space features expansive windows and an interior metal structure, a characteristic of the Modulo Alto de Pinheiros Building, gives it an industrial vibe.

The busy company needed a lot within a fixed space, including: multiple workstations, a conference rom, a studio with two editing bays, a reception, waiting room, and a space for employees to relax.

Throughout, they used budget-friendly OSB (Oriented Strand Board), letting its texture become a part of the design.

This cube-like structure disguises the office kitchen while displaying the company logo on one side and cubes of storage on another.

A step ladder leads to a mezzanine level where the boardroom is located.

The conference room was incorporated underneath the mezzanine.

Photos by Alessandro Guimarães.

via http://design-milk.com/


Author: Connor Renwick

I'm a store mad guy who loves sharing the best and quirkiest shopping experiences around. I live for designer fashion, Versace, high end furniture, jewellery and travel.

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