To refurbish Edificio Fibra Paseo del Bosque, a building in Lima, interior design studio Collective Architecture chose several collections by Inalco to infuse it with high added value. Today at Inalcotrends, we travel to Peru to find out about this project, where full advantage was made of the versatility and natural appearance of MDi surfaces.
The first outstanding aspect of this refurbishment project is the elegant lobby, where wood from the Amazon forest makes an imposing impact.
The use of Storm Gris Natural on the floors serves to enhance this highly singular building. In Collective Architecture’s words, Storm’s design “helps to create living spaces that are not bland-looking, but which have a warm, cosy feel.”
For the entrance to the offices, the MDi Touché collection was used on the walls. Its large 100x250cm format and the strong visual appeal of its ultra-white surface have a captivating timeless beauty, evocative of nature in its purest of states.
The Pacific series, in its white Blanco Plus finish, was used in the reception area for the other floors, while the Masai collection was chosen for the dining area, combining the colour Piedra on the floor with Blanco Plus on the walls. The Storm collection was also used for toilets, in this case in a black Negro finish.
The collections’ spectacular designs, superb technical characteristics and easy care were decisive factors in Collective Architecture’s choice of the MDi range by Inalco to design the headquarters of the Peru firm FIBRA.
Architecture Studio: Collective Architecture Perú