Design Raid News Nutrisa offices by SpAce

Nutrisa offices by SpAce

Nutrisa is a 100% Mexican company whose goal is to preserve the health of Mexicans with natural products contributing to our country a new food culture.

Nutrisa offices by SpAce
© Paul Czitrom

The principal concept for the NUTRISA offices was to reflect its values and its new image in the design for its new space.

Nutrisa offices by SpAce
© Paul Czitrom

Since wellbeing is one of its principal values, we sought to design in the reception area elements that reflected the experience of feeling good; the installation of a green wall automatically gives us a visual sensation of an integration with nature, in addition to helping with oxygenation for people; materials were sought such as wood and clear colors to reflect health in an environment in harmony.

Entering the offices the carpet and the panels play a very discrete role with the playing of different forms similar to the curves of Nutrisa’s primary product, ice cream.

Nutrisa offices by SpAce
© Paul Czitrom

The lighting in the open areas was conceptualized to have the forms of a honeycomb but in a disruptive manner; the transparency of the private spaces was protected in order to permit the greatest amount of natural light.

A space that breaks the traditional scheme of work is the “lungs” of Nutrisa, an area of informal collaboration that functions as the primary center of the corporate offices, inviting people to interact in a different manner, generating both work and human communication.

Nutrisa offices by SpAce
© Paul Czitrom

In a horizontal visual axis, the integration of elements of color and natural materials gives the sensation of living in a space full of energy, health and above all wellbeing, achieving a congruity between the interior and the exterior of the company.

Project Details:
Location: Samara Building, Santa Fe, Mexico City, Mexico
Area: 29, 698 Sqf
Design: SpAce – Juan Carlos Baumgartner
Photographs: Paul Czitrom

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