The Canadian multinational company Spin Master, which specialises in the marketing of consumer and entertainment products for children, has chosen the city of Valencia, capital of the Spanish toy industry and world capital of design, for its headquarters in Spain. Specifically, the site chosen is the Alameda Building in the capital of the Turia.
This building has an open space of 400 m2, where the Destudio architecture studio has designed modern and functional offices, fully adapted to the company’s needs, with the aim of creating a warm environment. A large part of the floor is occupied by a showroom where Spin Master displays its projects to customers. It also highlights the Open Space as the core of the offices, allowing the different workstations to integrate.
Throughout the entire space, workers can find different areas designed with contemporary sofas, as well as a meeting point for employees. Spin Master’s team has a soundproof booth to answer calls, thus facilitating the privacy of some communications.
The material used for the kitchen cladding is Frame Concept Beige by Keraben in 30x90 format, whose reliefs with warps and crossed wefts allow the texture of a canvas to be depicted on a ceramic piece.
Photography: Germán Cabo
«“Destudio is an architectural, conceptual, construction and interior design studio comprising a multidisciplinary team of professionals who engage in residential, pharmacy, retail and office projects, among other specialties, located in different cities.
Destudio approaches its architectural projects from a commitment not only to aesthetics and functionality, but also to sustainability and the economy. This is achieved by comprehensive project management right from the start of the design phase, taking care of the entire process through to the final delivery of the work.”»