The reception desk is a two-height piece of furniture with a PC keyboard tray and several drawers made of pink lacquered MDF.
The children’s library is made up of a composition of wooden cubes that can be clustered together to form a scalable piece of furniture in which to store books and sit and read.
In the central part of the premises is the workshop area, which has a low unit of pink lacquered wood and a shelving unit built into the wall.
The entrance has a waiting room that connects to the workshop area. The interior design is bright and combines translucent glass partitions with simple coloured furniture.
Near the waiting room there is a reading corner for children. This children’s library consists of modular cubes where children can sit.
The bespoke white wall-mounted bookcase has an original and functional design, with shelves at different heights, creating a rhythm of recesses.