The series of planes inherited by the building’s architecture serves as inspiration to generate a series of spatial rhythms in the interior of the building. A new interior architecture is respectfully added to another pre-existing one.
The planes separate without compartmentalising, they are surfaces with materials that improve what already exists, bring it up to date and make it dynamic. They are ceiling, floor and wall, autonomous planes that float, slide and generate ambiences characterised by environmental rather than functional situations.
The simplicity of the planes allows the product to be highlighted, offering a framework in which to lay it out. In the end, an architecture is created that can be used on all scales and for all uses, from the interior space of offices to exhibition stands at trade fairs.