An immersive public space in the heart of Shanghai's comercial district09.02.2018
A vertical park for NYC05.04.2016
An urban intervention in the public space of Santiago, Chile29.09.2015
A huge inclined plaza that acts as a massive amphitheater in East Nanjing11.08.2015
10 functions blending together in a massive yellow object01.12.2014
Enchanted Valley is a renovation project for the entire children's leisure & entertainment floor of the Maternal and Child Hospital of Malaga (Spain). The project was born as an initiative of the Juegaterapia Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission focuses on donating fun through quality play and recreation spaces in Hospitals where children with cancer must remain hospitalized during their harsh treatments.
A tower of cuckoo houses stacked on top of each other in the center atrium of a commercial space. Taking advantage of the only column that goes from bottom to top through the atrium, the design strategy consisted on dressing it with a system of houses structurally anchored to the column itself.
The injection of basic vivid colors, patterns and shapes allowed us to visually enhance the space, making it more appealing to visitors and customers, deviating more pedestrian circulation towards the given area.
It is an intervention in the open public lobby of a co-working heritage building from 1926. The pavement creates an intense red direction that invites the user to come in. The arrow then bends creating an amphitheater and a meeting room underneath pointing to the ceiling with a huge LED screen arrow-shaped.
Jungle Race is a 1,200 m2 indoor intervention designed to reactivate sparsely used areas in a shopping mall, occupying the entire 2nd floor and with special emphasis on one of the corridors without any commercial shopfronts. It is an interior renovation that creates a space that will take the users out of this reality.
It transforms a corridor, a transition space, into a play area without obstructing it, catching the attention of passersby by providing of an unusual interaction with their movement through the space.
Based on a Mediterranean feelings of holidays, which is swimming, the Lobby was conceptualized to mimic a swimming pool, in which visitors would be submerged under water.