We love the Selgascano office in the Madrid area of Spain.

Selgascano office

What is being sought with this studio is quite simple: work under the trees, says Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano, founders of Selgascano architects.

Working in the nature

Selgascano office

Architecture by Selgascano

Architecture by Selgascano

Office in the nature

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  1. Hector Balbes says:

    Nov 30, 2012

    What an incredible concept! I am always looking for interesting properties. I found this cool home in Tuscany the other day. http://www.quintessentiallyestates.com/searchcasole/?location=(AY)

  2. Jorge Campo says:

    Dec 4, 2012

    //I think Hector should stay away with his commercials. The house in Tuscany has nothing AT ALL to do with the featured project!//

    The Selgascano project looks very beautiful, and it must be absolutely wonderful to be able to look up into the tree crowns…

    But what happens when the sun is shining down through the curved windows? It will be like a micro wave oven if no shielding is provided…?

  3. Phil Allsopp says:

    Dec 12, 2012

    Fantastic place to work, I bet. I hope the caulking between the glass units holds up over time and that the white stays white and does not get a build-up of green mold.

    And that dreadful place that Hector refers to as a “cool home” is another piece of faux nonsense from people who think design – especially architecture – is about parroting a “style” from another time and place. In the US – especially around Phoenix where I live, we are plagued by miles and miles of featureless suburban junk-scapes, each one purporting to offer some kind of fake “Tuscany” style presumably to beguile the hapless occupants that they live somewhere more interesting than the unique and quite green Sonoran desert they actually inhabit.

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