The New Colorful MSN Office in Santa Fe,Mexico

Prodigy MSN was looking for a new office space and they decided on an area in Santa Fe, Mexico City, Mexico. They chose to collaborate with Space architects. The project’s architects were Juan Carlos Baumgartner LEED AP and Fabiola Troyo del Valle LEED AP and the design team was formed by Marcos Aguilar and Francisco Montoya. The office covers a surface of 800 square meters and it has been completed in august 2010.

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The clients has few but very clear requests. They wanted an open and bright space (like the future of Prodigy MSN), a series of multi-purpose space and LEED certification for their new office. Of course, they got everything they wanted. The whole project is open and bright. The office is filled with natural daylight and the workstations are low and have translucent boards. A glass box has also been included in the project. It’s a more private area, also occupied by offices.

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In order to solve the multi-purpose space problem, the architects opted for a versatile design. The office includes a sort of reception area where employees, client and visitors get together. There’s also a coffee bar there. This area is not physically separated by the work spaces in any way. Most of the meeting rooms are also located there. And the final request has also been solved. The project saves more than 20% of the water, saves 20% energy and complies with the standards of energy efficiency that LEED recommends.{found on archdaily}