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2Day Languages – interiors by Masquespacio

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2Day Languages is a Spanish school from Valencia, Spain, whose interior design was realized by Masquespacio. The school has three classrooms, a staff room and a lounge, all totaling an area of 183 square meters. Being a school for learning Spanish, the designers have chosen three classrooms that are identified by the letters A, B and C that represent the level of knowledge of the language and through the blue, yellow and pink color palette. The minimal decors make reference to language, culture and Spanish architecture. Masquespacio has emphasized the freshness and hospitality of the space, limiting the intervention of the designers to a minimum level. In order to give warmth the space, it has been opted for pastel colors and wooden furniture. 2Day Languages has a well defined, attractive and relaxing identity which is certainly a stimulus for children.

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