The independent audiovisual content production company with hits like 'La Llamada', 'Paquita Salas' or 'Veneno' was looking for a new space capable of reflecting both the company's growth and the values that define its work, materialized in a unique place where to give new talents the opportunity to tell their stories.
Inspired by the quality, authenticity and commitment to diversity of the future tenants, our team embarked on a beautiful journey to design and build this new creative temple from which to develop their next projects.
Motivated by the explosive imagination of its leaders, our team took the functioning of the human brain as the design concept that would unify the entire space.
Projected at the entrance to the Management area, the official signage of their productions surrounds us in a unique space that serves as a reception. On its walls we can also discover the excellent list of awards won throughout his career, as if printed on the thin tissue of a retina capable of sending electric signals to the rest of the corners with the magic of what is created there.
The hypothalamus and the thalamus, represented respectively through a pool and a forest, were treated as natural spaces in which to immerse oneself and find the necessary homeostatic balance between the mathematics of finance and the sensitive torrent that overflows the space reserved for creative leaders, identified with that limbic system involved in the beautiful task of structuring and giving voice to emotions.
The hallway, a sort of hippocampus where memories are suspended in the form of fragments of scripts from old series, structures the rooms for writing and collaboration with external agents, inspired in turn by the main characters that have marked the path of Suma Content, such as Paquita Salas, Veneno or Cardo.
Finally, the cafeteria redirects us to the memory of its first production, La Llamada, translating the original graffiti from the dining room of the now famous "La Brújula" camp.