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estudiHac | Alimenta

Interiors © Xavi Mollá

Alimenta responds to an aesthetic full of colour and texture contrasts, always based in natural things, which is one of the strengths from the dietetics store.

© Xavi Mollá

© Xavi Mollá

The disposition of the space creates a distribution where the different areas are clearly defined, creating material contrasts.

On the left part the wood floor continues through the wall. Different beech strips depths where the shelves with the most natural products are distributed.

© Xavi Mollá

© Xavi Mollá

In the middle there is a big white gondola used for food products. The right side continues the ceiling, and there are placed the products for health. In this area the white colour contrasts with natural wood.

© Xavi Mollá

© Xavi Mollá

To identify the different areas green colour in vanceva crystal is used.

In the entrance a partition from this same crystal separates the area of the attention desk from the shop window where little white lacquered trees are set and are used like expositors.

In the back part of the store crystal partition with a big perforated vinyl separates store area from the nutritionist office.

Location: C/ Jose Simó Marin nº 5. Ontinyent, Valencia, Spain
Architect: estudiHac
Surface: 40 m2
Photography: Xavi Mollá 
 
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