Pastel hues with art-deco reminiscent of Miami in the 1950’s- that’s the magic that you’re exposed to right now from this amazing space “Nueva Carolina” in Madrid, Spain. This stunning project was conducted by some of the best Spanish designers from the design firm Cordero Atelier, and managed to create a serious buzz in the European design world.
A mix of classic and contemporary pastel items composed together in one space, allowing you to spend a significant amount of time walking out of there feeling like you’ve just been dipped in a bath of optimism. It’s amazing how spaces can affect a human being.
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Terrazzo attack in 3…2…1…
If you thought that terrazzo was long lost in the 1950’s, you’ll be surprised that while you were thinking about hardwood floors and subway tiles, terrazzo was planning a major comeback. So, surprise! It’s back. The terrazzo in this frame is so astonishing with its reinterpretation, that it really caused us a major identity crisis. Bold and beautiful.
But what’s the purpose of this space?
It was designed to be an office space for the designers who created it, as well as a location for photo shoots, exhibitions, and advertising campaigns of any fun thing that you can think of. With nostalgic summer vibes and natural light coming in from all around, this is definitely the proper settings for these types of events.
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In case you’re traveling in Madrid you should definitely go and check it out!
Address: Calle Carolinas 18 (local) 28039 Madrid
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