The JPS Gallery minimal space is a symphony of silence crafted by Deza Setién’s architectural practise.
In today's world, where clamor is omnipresent, the sanctuaries we design are poignant reflections of our longing for moments of serenity. Architect Deza Setién's latest venture is an embodiment of this aspiration. Through his designs, he navigates the delicate balance of creating a tranquil white space that, while minimalistic, teems with meaning and purpose.
The project's essence is the unwavering commitment to tranquility. Each nook, each corridor resonates with a silent narrative, ensuring that the visitor’s focus remains intently on the content, immersing them in a world where distractions fade into oblivion.
The initial encounter with the space introduces one to the Exhibition Space, a pristine canvas that will display an array of masterpieces.
The heart of the design is the Central Oasis of Server Spaces. This isn't merely a functional addition; Deza Setién envisions it as a pivot, harmoniously interlinking the exhibition and work areas. It stands as the quiet pause between two breaths, subtle yet profound.
Then comes the Workshop, a shrine to balanced design. Here, symmetry is more than an architectural choice—it's a guiding philosophy. The central beam, dividing the space, resonates with the principles of equilibrium. This harmony extends from the organization of workspaces to the interplay of light and shadow. The central volume, with its intersecting planes and calculated voids, becomes an architectural poem. It not only offers clarity but also acts as a conduit for natural light, illuminating the workshop.
Deza Setién’s project is a journey where every element, from grand volumes to intricate corners, converges to craft an experience, narrating a tale of stillness, illumination, and artistic expression.