Plutarco | 马德里一间小公寓改造设计工作室
Plutarco事务所由Ana Arana和Enrique Ventosa于2015年创立，他们对色彩和材料的尝试是首屈一指的，而且这对搭档有一种将平凡提升为非凡的诀窍，并且是在相当有限的预算下。他们最近的一个项目是位于马德里的一间平面设计工作室，由一间公寓改造而成，该办公室展示了两人对奇异色彩和材料组合的标志性手法。
Their commitment to colour and material experimentation is second to none, and the pair has a knack for elevating the ordinary into something quite special, often on a pretty lean budget. Their most recent project is a boutique office in Madrid housed in a former apartment, which features the duo’s signature approach to bizarre colour and material combinations that sing.
“When the owner of this small office came to see us, he wanted to make a change in his life,” explain Ana and Enrique. “He had just separated from his partner of the graphic design studio they owned and wanted a fresh new look. He was used to white walls and really austere decoration, so he asked us to give some colour and light to a very narrow and deep space he had bought for himself.”
Due to the long “tube-like” proportion of the site, Plutarco employed permeable and moveable partitions so the light could penetrate all the way to the back of the space. The main decision was to design a very transparent entrance with a hallway that separates the home from the street. Meanwhile, the glass brick wall at the end of the office hides the bathroom and storage room while allowing luminosity to access the back room. The brick wall is visually divided into four sections, with a supporting structure painted in green forming a cross.
So, they gave him a bright blue kitchen. The joinery acts as the visual epicentre – it stands out without looking obnoxious. The floor colour wraps up the wall on both sides, while the burnt-yellow bathroom tinges the back of the space in a warm shade that creates a comfortable atmosphere.