M: Another interesting detail that we have seen is the use of glass in many of the rooms.
RL: As well as being an aesthetic criterion or to divide up rooms, the use of glass is motivated by the fact that the offices had to achieve a greater degree of versatility. The first thought that comes to mind when we talk about a notary’s office is the image of a dark, old place, anchored in time.
In this notary’s office, we wanted to reflect “openness”, transparency. By using these glass doors, we transmit more closeness to the clients and leave behind the traditional image that the concept of a notary’s office has.
M: Finally, why has this project been unique for Lázaro Estudio?
RL: Of course, each of our projects is special. But in this case, collaborating with a team as professional as Notaria Heros 28, allowed us to enjoy a job that was totally affected by the pandemic’s halt but which, with a lot of effort on everyone’s part, we managed to move forward by rowing together.
Momocca would like to thank Raquel Lázaro for her willingness for this interview and for having chosen our Julia Collection for this interior design project in offices, Notary Heros 28. Photograph by Erlantz Biderbost.