This 2021 finds all of us in transitional stages. Some are still working remotely, and some others never stopped going to work. Today’s design project features almost an infinite, perhaps that’s too much, but many ways to rethink and recreate an office according to its needs, especially considering the number of people involved. Reisinger Studio was briefed to build a concept and create a film to show the Pavilion O. Kettal was born. And for sure is somewhere we would be pleased to work in.
Kettal’s principal function is to provide a flexible way of dividing offices into zones while offering enclosed workspaces. It consists of a modular system featuring modern furniture design and clean and warm textures and material choices. The level of detail acquired for the renderings is outstanding as the sensitivity with which the lighting reflects on the varied surfaces. Also, furniture combines its morphology with geometrical and curved shapes featuring a soft, stylish color palette mainly monochromatic for each module.
Reisinger’s compositions are usually described as from out of this world. His 3D visuals are immersive. For instance, you don’t get only the general look of the modular offices, but materials and textures are also presented. And that’s something we can all relate to. Our senses. Dimming lights, rug’s softness, and curtain’s thick cloth.
Creating at the intersection of art, design, and direction, Andrés Reisinger bridges the imagined and the tangible. Hailing from Buenos Aires and based in Barcelona, Reisinger applies over a worthy decade of experience challenging the boundaries of diverse media. His progressive spatial experiences and hyped collectible pieces have earned him recognition. His experience merged with contemporary culture make up his inter-disciplinary practice today, stemming from his last 12 years of experimental and commercial collaborations with interior and furniture designers and global brands.