Design jewelry showroom María Pascual, Barcelona 2017
Transformation of a 2-floor locale into a jewelry showroom. The idea of the project is to create a welcoming and functional space. Based on the client’s needs, the space on the ground floor is divided into 2 areas: one for sales to the public and another for offices, and on the first floor, into an area for visitors and storage.
Being a small space, we have chosen to unify the materials as much as possible and use mirrors and see-through partitions to achieve the maximum sensation of spaciousness. The entire perimeter is lined with wooden panels that give homogeneity and rhythm to the elevation and hide the wiring for installations.
In the retail area, the exhibit cases are suspended from the two main pillars, forming a large, perforated piece of furniture where the jewelry is shown and the counter is located. The low staircase is used to store sale products, and it is hidden behind two sliding doors. In the private area, also separated by semi-transparent sliding doors, the office furniture is placed centrally in the main room, giving access to the bathroom and the kitchen whose entrance is camouflaged between the covering panels. The first floor follows the same criteria as the ground floor.
Client: María Pascual
Photographs: Daniel Loewe