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Oct022012

Aus3

I love creative spaces...especially when they are workspaces because after spending the last 10 years working in an ugly, boring, totally uninspiring cubicle, it has become completely energy draining. Here's a workspace I could totally work in. 

We're Aus3 Taller de disseny. A young group of designers (interiors & product) that have just established in Barcelona, and created Espai Born - an office, workshop, exhibition, and events space, that we've thought, designed, and created. The program consists on a  the shop window on the floor at street level, and below the stairs, a working space, meeting room, a workshop and library areas, a long bar to have informal meetings, a reception area and the bathroom. Actually, it is our own space, and we're working tohether a different multidisciplinary companies and freelances. We have designed all the furniture using recycled wood and metal. The lighting design is simple and uses the bulbs directly, without using lamp shades; and designing ourselves all the pieces, depending on how we'll use every different area.

Reader Comments (7)

Love the bookcase!

There is just something about exposed brick that makes me want to hang out and relax. Funny when you imagine it being a cold material.

How stunning! That sink is absolutely darling!

2 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBeleigh

This looks like a very welcome and warm workplace. Love the open brick structure!

I love the scull tiles in the bathroom!!

3 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKate S

I wish I worked here!! It's a space that you could find yourself happily living which is can't be said about many workplaces!! Great post as always.

3 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterEllie Hunzinger

Thanks for your comments!

If you visit Barcelona, don't forget to visit us! You'll be all wellcome to our place.

11 Oct 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAus3 disseny

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