Challenging The Conventional: Not Your Typical Coworking

Posted By Gudy Herder / July 15, 2020 / 0 Comments

Cabinette is not defined by its creators as a simple co-working or gray office space. The design idea spins around challenging the conventional and offering a place of stories where the first concepts may be envisioned a tad wilder, and creativity has no boundaries. Recently awarded with Young Talent of The Year 2020 by Elle Deco International – Masquespacio, located in Valencia (Spain), surprises again with their distinctive signature style full of color and with a twist of humor and fun.

Pictures and curtains are installed in a quirky way, fringes add movement, and the clever color palette of blue, lavender and violet, and brown respond to three elements necessary in any working habitat: calmness (after all, this a place where focus and concentration are key), creativity (more important if your tool is reduced to a computer) and stability, structure and resilience (much used in current times). The concept offers three meeting rooms, a terrace, kitchen, phone-booths with custom-made furniture, and added pieces from Houtique.

Inspiration comes from the movie ‘Playtime’ in which the protagonist (raise your hand if you are a Jacques Tati fan) at some point has a meeting in an office full of ‘Cabinettes’ that are exhibited like a labyrinth in which he gets lost and ends up in an exhibition.

Challenging The Conventional-Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

Challenging The Conventional-Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

Challenging The Conventional-Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

Challenging The Conventional-Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

Cabinette CoWorking By Masquespacio-Eclectic Trends

 

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