Reforma Centro de Día
The use of bright colors is an injection of joy and optimism for the users of the center. In addition, the accessibility of the same is better, since it generates clear visual references to locate the different elements spatially.
The project breaks the hardness of a corridor 50 meters long. Through spatial enlargements, as chromatic impacts, an internal rhythm is generated, recomposing the space and giving it a lighter character.
It is a young design with cheerful colors.
The interior design is minimalist and cheerful.
It is a modern and cheerful architecture that stimulates the senses.
The result is an optimistic, fresh, modern design space. It is a minimalist architecture based on the use of color.
Promoter: Community of Madrid
Typology: Reform of the Day Center for Chronic Mental Illnesses
Location: Fuencarral, Madrid
Architects: Elena Romero and Ignacio Gias