completed the interior design for 2Day Languages, a Spanish school in Valencia, Spain. The space is developed on an area of 183 square meters and contains three classrooms, a staff room and a lounge. Each of the classrooms and common rooms are a defragmentation from the brand identity of 2Day Languages and also incorporate parts of the Spanish language and the architecture of Valencia. The classrooms were imagined in the three brand colors, which in turn are a representation of the three levels A, B and C established by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, here seen as the colors blue, yellow and pink.
Ana Milena Hernández Palacios, creative director of Masquespacio comments: “We wanted to limit our intervention to a minimum, without forgetting the freshness and good feeling that needed to breathe each space, as well as the importance to equalize the mix between modern decoration and the beauty of the neoclassical architecture of the building. We opted for warm materials like pine to generate pleasurable sensations with functional features. 2 tables instead of 1 in each classroom were chosen to be separated and stacked during activities. Also the chairs were chosen to offer maximum comfort to the students and with stack options for better circulation during activities.” [Photos and information provided via e-mail by Masquespacio]