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Light, nature and slow: the keys to Susanna Cots' new interior design studio in Empordà



 Understand complexity and make it simple and timeless. This is the designer Susanna Cots maxim, which designs spaces that make the borders of contrasts invisible and balance all the elements of a good design making it comfortable. White as a concept, starting point and lifestyle, and emotions and philosophy slow as the root from which the essence of each project is born.

Those are, how could it be otherwise, the keys to the new study of Susanna Cots: light, nature and slow. The designer has recently opened her new studio in Begur, in the heart of Empordà, working on the emotional elements that most identify your interior design projects.

The story behind the walls of this new interior design studio can be felt through the stones and a part of the roof in the form of a traditional turn. The light that is created in this environment transforms the space into a cozy and warm studio, Where to project and design inspired by its surroundings is much more stimulating.

The organic seal is found in a small green lung, in a glass cube, which allows to integrate and encapsulate the nature of Empordà and move it in the center of one of the 70 city slow of the world. The interior designer remains faithful to her white color in her new studio, which she has equipped with the maximum comforts, so that her philosophy of life and slow work are carried out daily.

A slow philosophy that works both in the way of designing, and in accompanying the routines of the day to day in the study. The team doesn't just cook and share their lunches at a Bulthaup kitchen designed to enjoy it in open spaces, but also practice yoga once a week ...  Would you like to work in such a space?

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