YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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Destudio Arquitectura

Oficinas EQA

Offices are not just work spaces, we must not forget the commercial approach that many of them have in their DNA. In this particular case, EQA is a company dedicated to the certification and verification of R&D&I, quality and ASG standards; and that commercial point is part of its business culture. For all these reasons, the design of this office reform project revolves around giving meaning and adapting the space to those needs, both commercial and purely work-related.

With more than 600 m2 of space, the EQA offices in Plaza Castilla (Madrid) stand out for their sober, serious character, but without forgetting the modern touch that is so necessary in today's work spaces.

The first thing Destudio Arquitectura find is a large reception, designed to receive customers and therefore give meaning to the commercial needs of the company. This reception welcomes us with a counter designed with a large-format porcelain tile. Another of the characteristic elements of this space are the wooden slats that surround the entire reception. These slats have an aesthetic component but also an acoustic one. In this same reception studio also find a small waiting area accompanied by a vertical garden of preserved moss, which provides a cozy touch to the space.

EQA is a company that has around 80 workers on its staff, but this headquarters in Plaza Castilla is designed to cover 50 jobs. As a result of the pandemic, more and more companies are betting on teleworking, EQA is one of them. This business model is here to stay and forces the design studio to rethink workspaces, how to design and guide them for the best performance of companies.

Just as new needs arise in homes, such as the design of work spaces, offices, etc.  In the offices, the number of employees is being reduced with the aim that 100% of the staff is not always working in person. This change is reflected in a new design known as Hot Desk (hot position), that is, employees do not have an assigned position. For this reason, in this office reform project Destudio Arquitectura do not find drawers, screens, etc. Each worker arrives and sits where there is a free seat.

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