SPLASH LAUNDROMAT by FREDERIC PERERS

SPLASH LAUNDROMAT by FREDERIC PERERS

📅29 Gennaio 2013, 13:34

Using steel as vertical surface elements in a washing machine and drying area, orange tones contrast against  of coldness in the metal. the remaining areas are treated with neutral elements: shiny white tiles – commonly used in spaces with water – light coloured floor and a false ceiling made with black vertical plates.

SPLASH LAUNDROMAT by FREDERIC PERERS

Developed by spanish designer Frederic Perers, the longitudinal layout of the floor plan is interrupted by counters for folding clothes, the waiting areas, and entertainment zone. at the entrance, neon lights are used as a source of communication and the shop window playfully appears to be supported by clothes lines.

SPLASH LAUNDROMAT by FREDERIC PERERS

Frederic Perers have selected steel as the vertical surface element in the area of washing machines and dryers, which disappear under it. The orange tone, everywhere, reflects in the steel and serves as a warm counter element to the coldness of the metal.

The remaining areas are treated with neutral elements: shiny white tiles -commonly used in spaces with water, light coloured floor and a false ceiling made with black vertical plates.

The long length lay-out of the floor is interrumpted by counters for folding clothes, the waiting areas, and entertainment zone. At the entrance, neon lights are used as an element of communication and the shop window playfully appears to be supported by clothslines.

Project Splash laudromat
Interior design Frederic Perers
Graphic design Gemma Alberich
Photos Pau Faus
Location Barcelona, Spain
Year of completion: 2012
Area 80 sqm


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