The interior architect Gina Rosete signs this project, in which the bathrooms and kitchen of the coworking are a benchmark.
Pieces used in the project
The Ginkal design coliving arises with the purpose of being a hotbed of ideas that promote new business projects. This concept of workspace is born from the power that the mind has when creating. For this reason, this interior design workshop opens its doors creating a coworking space for anyone who wants to boost their creativity.
The key to this project is that the stories that are lived here nourish the very place of creation. Its rooms are designed to continue learning through design and the people who come to Ginkal.
Thus, Gina Rosete has been in charge of designing this creative space. And we cannot forget that this space was the home of the architect herself in the city of Cancun and she has decided to transform it into a space in which to offer accommodation and a workplace for people who wish to develop their own projects.
How could it be otherwise and so that the rooms go hand in hand with the creative concept of the Ginkal studio, the designer has chosen the Shapes series to shape the rooms. Specifically, the Japan, Origami and Multishapes models, in the colors Smoke and White Gloss, are the tiles that bring walls to life. These coverings stand out for their relief. Its 3D volume in geometric shapes, as well as its matte and gloss finishes, combine to achieve games of volume and light.
It is worth mentioning that this coliving is located in Cancun Downtown and is a benchmark for digital nomads. Its location and contact with local life is essential for visitors seeking an experience closer to local life. Without a doubt, Gina Rosete has hit the nail on the head.