The interior design of these rooms, located on the ground floor of a residential building, is governed by their division into an exhibition space and an office area. The external wall facing the street has been removed and replaced with a large pane of glass to introduce daylight into the space. The exhibition area is supported by a concrete structure that also links the outside with the inside. This section is designed in restrained natural colours which automatically focuses attention on the paintings on display.
Statement by the Jury
The cleverly thought-out design of Urban Interface is a successful example of how to combine an office area with an art exhibition space.