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SPACE | Daemon Quest

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001Daemon Quest design was based in the elegance and sophistication of the client. As in a global company, they opened their Mexico headquarters setting a new trend in image and architecture for the rest of their offices around the world.

The space is divided in three:

1) Customer area conformed by a great reception furbished in White carrara marble, White onyx, black granite, metals, and with a superb Italian chandelier that fills the space with light and elegance. Meeting rooms are made of wengue wood floors and walls, and white onyx to  enhance the light. The sushi bar is a casual reception area to attend more relaxed clients.

0022) Workspace has two modern, yet elegant, private offices,, two consultant area and four manager offices. Large and free work surfaces and really tall spaces give the client that clean look  they were looking for.

3) The lounge is a unique space where the final user relaxes and chills, forgetting a Little bit about the context. Here they have a kitchenette, fuzz ball, video-games and arcades. This is where all the brainstorms happen.

003All the space has classic 50´s furniture that gives the office a touch of atemporal design.

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007The general image creates a hybrid between elegance and trend. The false ceiling in the reception drops at different heights creating “chiaroscuro” in the entire lobby. The mix between all the materials in their natural state, gives us a monochromatic character that forces the visitant and user to pay attention in details.

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Location: Reforma 115, Mexico City, Mexico
Design: SPACE | 
Juan Carlos Baumgartner, Jimena Fernández Navarra
Team:
Sergio Gaytan
Lighting Design:
LUA
Completion date:
2008
Construction:
Alpha Hardin
Furniture:
Studio Roca

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