The main characteristic of the new Goodman offices in the Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid is to respond to the new demands of the workspaces in these days and age.

Project: Oficinas Goodman Castellana
Year: 2020
Place: Madrid
Team:
Miguel Crespo Picot, Javier Guzmán Benito, Sixto Martín Martínez  ZOOCO ESTUDIO (www.zooco.es)
Collabs: María Larriba, Jorge Alonso

Photographer: Imagen Subliminal
Construction: NIMBO PROYECTOS SL
Illlumination: ZOOCO ESTUDIO (www.zooco.es)

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The space is divided into two work areas, one for exclusively private use and a work area (meeting rooms) where visitors are received.

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These two spaces are joined by the Open Space which is a large open, and flexible space where all kinds of activities are combined. This space serves as a  reception, a leisure room, a dining room, for spontaneous meeting rooms.

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There are no fixed workstations, there is no paper, and the need to combine teleworking results in multifunctional spaces that are configured and used according to different needs.

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