Espacio C Mixcoac has two small rooms with a capacity for 8 persons each is the first Coca Cola training, quality, teamwork, commitment and creativity facility. The graphics on the interiors room and exterior create a composition based on the Coca Cola logo formed by a continuous wave of bubbles, animals and plants. The three rooms follow a concentric layout around a multifunctional fixed module. These spaces are surrounded by a wall that acts as a sound and visual barrier that isolates the training facility from the city and the rest of the areas of the plant. The wall was thought as a continuous surface on its outer side that folds to the floor and ceiling. The walls and ceiling have a Coca Cola Red epoxy paint coating and the floor is finished with a high resistance acrylic finish.
The wall has openings that allow natural light and ventilation to the interior of the rooms. These openings are cut with a 3 degree inclination and appear both from the floor and the ceiling even cutting the foldings. A series of lines appear from these openings expanding in white to the outside and converging in different colors to the inside. These lines continue on to opposite walls to emphasize the continuity of the surfaces.
The interiors concept is so amazing and beautiful at all space has textured with so many colors and wallpapers but could create perfect combination and ideas. [via]
Architects by ROW Studio (Alvaro Hernandez Felix, Nadia Hernandez? Felix, Alfonso Maldonado Ochoa)