This agency works with Enea in their new offices
Our furniture has been included in the Barcelona headquarters of one of the world’s leading media agencies
The Catalonian studio Colombo and Serboli Architecture (CaSA), formed by the Italian architects Matteo Colombo and Andrea Serboli, won the competition for the project of the new offices of Mediabrands in Barcelona, with an organic proposal that easily adapts to all spaces and fills them with greenery. The studio has been responsible for the complete renovation (including design, art direction, and interior design) of these 720 m2 offices located in Barcelona’s Planeta building.
This is one of the most recognisable office building designs in Barcelona, consisting of two octagonal buildings with their facades totally covered with plants. These have been a key point of the project, since the vegetation has also been transferred indoors, where it shares the work spaces with designer furniture by Enea.
The reception area works well as an informal meeting room. Our Puck poufs, upholstered in different fabrics and with various finishes, bring a touch of colour to this space and allow for improvised meetings with clients or for more relaxed moments between colleagues. This seat is truly multifunctional and so it also works perfectly in the table area for a quick chat.
Once inside the work area, you can find different meeting places. Our Coma Wood stool is the main protagonist of the counters around the pillars of the building, where you can meet briefly, have a chat over coffee, or even do some last minute prepping before those meetings that are about to begin in the adjacent meeting room.
As those rooms are enclosed, they have been located near the entrance, in the most luminous areas, and have been furnished with our Lottus High spin chair. This is a stylish piece, also available as a swivel, that features a high backrest for great comfort. With a white polypropylene shell and a black upholstered seat pad, there’s no doubt this will be the centre of attention at any meeting.
Photography: Roberto Ruiz.