Interior design for a new coworking space in Florence. Most of the materials came from the dismantlement of the installation “He” realized by bam! for Yap Maxxi 2013.
Impact Hub is an association of coworking spaces arisen all around the world in the last ten years. In 2013 we were asked to conceive and realize a project for the new Impact Hub in Florence, settled in a big former warehouse covered with wooden trusses. In the original wide space a mezzanine was realized in order to create some small rooms to be rented to companies and freelances, and also one meeting room and one skype room. The ground floor hosts the open space working area and the kitchen. In the upper level, in order to create an intimate space while preserving the enlightenment and the sense of openness, we conceived a big longitudinal system of sliding doors fronting the lower open space and insulated double-walls separating the various rooms. The sliding doors system is conceived as a unique dynamic facade, made of wooden frames and polyacarbonate; double-walls are composed of an acoustic insulation fabric, covered by three-ply shuttering panels recycled from the installation “He” realized by bam! for Yap Maxxi 2013.
Impact Hub Firenze