Mango Films Offices

Mango Films Offices

Architect
deFORMA arquitectura
Location
Ciudad Creativa Digital, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico | View Map
Project Year
2021
Category
Offices
Carlos Díaz Corona
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
Interior lightingD´CARR LIGHT
SKY Square 1.20
SKY Lineal 40 w
Mini SKY DOME
Interior furnitureMexa Design
Barcelonette
California Dining chair
1730 Hanging chair
MDF panels for furnitureMasisa
Maple Grava
Roofing: Acrylic Vinyl PaintComex
Prima
Flooring: Concrete Raised Access FloorHaworth
TecCrete
Plaster panels & Dry wallsPanel REY

Product Spec Sheet
Interior lighting
Mini SKY DOME, SKY Lineal 40 w, SKY Square 1.20 by D´CARR LIGHT
Interior furniture
1730 Hanging chair, California Dining chair, Barcelonette by Mexa Design
MDF panels for furniture
Maple Grava by Masisa
Roofing: Acrylic Vinyl Paint
Prima by Comex
Flooring: Concrete Raised Access Floor
TecCrete by Haworth
Plaster panels & Dry walls

Mango Films Offices

deFORMA arquitectura as Architects

The project takes place on 4th Floor of the Ciudad Creativa Digital building in the city of Guadalajara, where it was requested to design a whole creative Hub between different companies, one of them Mango Films. Spaces with greater lighting were defined for the offices, leaving in the center, the dark section to create a Filming Forum.

photo_credit Carlos Díaz Corona
Carlos Díaz Corona

The spaces of an audiovisual production company must be dynamic, having some spaces where collaborative works can be achieved and others that can be quiet and private. The heart of these offices is a room where all the planning is generated, a room where projections and meetings can be made and at the same time it has a bar counter to turn the space into something more informal than a conference room.

photo_credit Carlos Díaz Corona
Carlos Díaz Corona

The project was concentrated in 3 areas, which would be the entrance with a small waiting area, with storage and printing room, followed by the spaces to receive clients, in small formats or in the heart of the office that is the conference room, equipped with a bar. The manifesto and ideology of the company should be formally expressed with colors and design, playing with reflections, lightning, image, capsules that simulate spacecrafts and work areas that are spacious and friendly.

photo_credit Carlos Díaz Corona
Carlos Díaz Corona

In the Hub’s divisions of the spaces, was decided to make elements of blacksmithing and glass in order unify the visual between the companies, and that same material language was sought for the capsules or work booths. Generating 3 volumes, one smaller for individual work or private personal calls. These first two areas help vestibulate the work area, where without identifying with hierarchy it is the same area that shares lighting, vegetation and air.

photo_credit Carlos Díaz Corona
Carlos Díaz Corona

We looked for to make the most of the height, without the need to cover facilities, an invisible ceiling was designed that was achieved with the color in the vault and the tubing, this in order not to eliminate the feeling of amplitude, but to be able to hide all the ramifications of electrical installations. The only parts that have a different height and solid ceilings are the spaces where greater acoustic control is need it. Also highlighting the conference room area with a vinyl wooden floor to differentiate from the rest of the area, which is a modular concrete floor.

Team:
Arch. Christian Quiroz, Arch. Michelle Quiroz
Collaborators: Arq. Marisol Favela

photo_credit Carlos Díaz Corona
Carlos Díaz Corona
photo_credit Carlos Díaz Corona
Carlos Díaz Corona
photo_credit Carlos Díaz Corona
Carlos Díaz Corona
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Material Used :  
Flooring: 
Concrete Raised Access Floor, TecCrete, Haworth
Vinyl Plank Floor, Terza
   
Roofing: Acrylic Vinyl Paint, Prima, COMEX

Interior lighting:  
Mini SKY DOME, D’Carr Lighting
SKY Lineal 40 w, D’Carr Lighting
SKY Square 1.20, D’Carr Lighting

Interior furniture:  
1730 Hanging chair, Mexa Design
California Dining chair, Mexa Design
Barcelonette Stool, Mexa Design

Plaster panels & Dry walls, Panel Rey 

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