Minimalist, dreamlike, and with hues of millennial pink: elements inspired by the digital world of Andrés Reisinger create this surreal, sculptural workspace.
2-floors, open-plan mezzanine workspace
HQ for one of the most sought-after digital artists of the 21st Century, Andrés Reisinger
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Purchased as an empty, disused shell: transformed into a desirable, contemporary workspace
Various parts of original structure restored + left intact including raw concrete pillars and exposed ceiling
All office furnishings sourced locally + made consciously to reflect the sculptural work of Reisinger Studio
Playfully designed to be like a canvas: “The goal was to create a space that would inspire, rather than distract, from the work being produced," explained Reisinger
Bright, airy, double-height workspace with floor to ceiling windows: featuring outdoor zen terrace with sliding patio doors + lots of greenery
Abundance of natural materials, warm wooden finishes + earthy palette throughout
1.2m spherical lamp – the ‘Moon’ design by Davide Groppi – hangs centrally, instilling a feeling of calm in the room
Argentinian designer Reisinger has conquered a unique position in contemporary culture, occupying and defining the fertile space between digital + physical spaces. The artist is best known for the Hortensia chair, a bulbous pink armchair made with CGI that went viral on Instagram.
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