ROCK, PAPER and SCISSORS

We have all recreated ourselves more than once with this game. In this case, the stone, represented by masked walls, is causally related to paper, represented by a set of colored glass boxes, which, recalling Japanese architecture, they define spatially cubes that make up the offices of a law firm.

The scissors as not, the architect puts it, who limits and corrects the other two variables of the project. The interstitial space is part of a continuous floor and a roof that evokes the wattle roof of the ‘‘Barracas Valencianas’’ offering a necessary spatial continuity that is only interrupted by the compositional cubes.

Thus, the use of cubic geometry imposes a relaxing andand also prismatic character to the composition, as an inspiring figure of Roman architecture, founding among many other disciplines of current law.