Madrid firm designed by Iwan Baan

Iwan Baan, Selgas Cano
Iwan Baan, Selgas Cano
Iwan Baan
Iwan Baan, Selgas Cano
Iwan Baan, Selgas Cano

How would you like to work here? Could you get any closer to nature without being in it? I'd love to look of the window when it rains. Designed by Iwan Baan for Selgas Cano (a Spanish Architectural firm in Madrid) See more photos here.

(seen at Another face in the crowd from Arch Daily)

15 comments:

[J] said...

Wow, I'd be happy as a clam if I worked here!

Caroline @ patagonia gifts said...

oh god, this working place is so dreamy! but could I concentrate in work or would I get distracted by nature?

Beth Dunn said...

That is really cool! xoxo

The Lil Bee said...

I really need to work in a place like this. Maybe if I did, I wouldn't be reading blogs in the middle of the work day!

RhiannonM said...

I could work there, would I get any work done? Debateable.

Danielle said...

I love that work space! Great for artists. You're surrounded by natural inspiration. They should build an art school using this concept!

Cookie Cutter said...

Wow! This is way cool! I might accept lower remuneration in exchange to work in such a space.

Rachel Follett said...

Impressive! This has got to be one of the best places to work. Very cool!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

How wonderful is that! I would be so happy to find myself in that seat!!

Freya said...

omg omg, work? i would love live there!

oh, hello friend. said...

what!? this is amazing.
i want one!

what a cool workplace.

Sarah said...

Oh my gosh! What an inspiring environment!

Sarah

project simple life said...

Wow. That is amazing!

Creme de la Mode said...

Honestly, I felt focused on my work just looking at those work spaces. Very calming. I think it would put me in just the right frame of mind. Lovely!

Anonymous said...

I thinh that the designers are Cano and Selgas architects that made their own home in the same property. Both of them are very good projects and I think what is even more important is that they use their living and working spaces as an experiment.

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