Tucked away in the town of Zamora, Spain, lies this light, airy and serene office space, designed by Architect, Alberto Campo Baeza.
The Madrid based architecture studio designed the space with a simple combination of materials, organised in an incredibly simple layout. Solid stone walls surround the space, which was once the church garden, like ‘a box open to the sky’ with only a few openings offering glimpses to the outside world. Thin delicate white columns support floor planes, engulfed in sleek seamless glass panels – no joints are visible and there is not a single window frame in sight.
The beauty and success of this space comes from the honesty and contrast of materials, and, like all Campo Baeza projects, this is certainly a case of ‘less is more’.