Recover Fiber Offices – Madrid

Workspace Arquitectura‘s project in Madrid showcases a sustainable and circular design for Recover Fiber’s offices, emphasizing recycled materials, energy efficiency, acoustics, functionality, and eco-friendly furniture.

  • Client Recover Fiber,
  • size 4,036 sqft
  • Year 2023
  • Location Madrid, Spain,
  • Industry Manufacturing,
  • General Description: Workspace Architecture presents the interior design of the offices for Recover Fiber, a project that redefines the integration of sustainability and functionality in the workplace. Inspired by the values of innovation and environmental commitment of Recover Fiber, the design supports their mission to close the loop in the textile industry through the use of recycled fibers.

    Design Concept: Recover Fiber’s mission to transform waste into resources is reflected in every element of the design. The central concept of the design is inspired by circularity, with a focus on the reuse and extended lifespan of materials, utilizing a visual scheme that resembles the life cycle of the textile product.

    The layout of the spaces, the selection of materials, and the overall functionality of the interior design seek to promote a healthy and dynamic work environment that encourages collaboration and creativity, while highlighting the importance of sustainability.

    Sustainability and Energy Efficiency: The work environment was conceptualized to be an ecosystem of practical sustainability. Every aspect of the design, from lighting to furniture, aligns with the principle of reducing the ecological footprint. Energy efficiency is optimized through the use of LED lighting and maximizing natural light, thus reducing the carbon footprint of the office space, while construction and finishing materials are selected for their recycled content and recyclability.

    Acoustics as a Priority: Addressing the importance of acoustics for the client, acoustic glass has been installed in partitions to ensure privacy and noise reduction. Suspended acoustic islands and acoustic upholstery in collaboration areas, meeting rooms, and phone booths ensure an optimal working environment, reducing distractions and allowing for concentration.

    Spaces and Functionality: The design includes open and flexible work areas, meeting rooms equipped with cutting-edge technology, and relaxation spaces that allow for social interaction and relaxation. Modular furniture promotes flexibility and adaptability, facilitating multiple space configurations according to the needs of the project and team.

    Materials and Finishes: The materials used throughout the space have been selected for their low environmental impact and durability. Wood from sustainable sources, recycled textiles, and eco-friendly coatings are predominant throughout the design.

    Furniture and Equipment: The furniture is ergonomic and sustainable, selected to support the health and well-being of employees. Work areas are designed to be ergonomic and functional, while relaxation zones are furnished to offer comfort and promote informal interaction.

    Conclusion: The office project for Recover Fiber is a clear example of how intelligent design can support and enhance the values of a company. Workspace Architecture has created a space that is not only an efficient workplace but also a reflection of Recover Fiber’s commitment to sustainability and innovation in the fashion industry.

    Design: Workspace Arquitectura
    Director: Alejandro Golvano
    Photography: Silvia Caballero