Ravenpack Gets a Colorful New Headquarters Complete With a Slide + Game Room

05.19.21 | By
Ravenpack Gets a Colorful New Headquarters Complete With a Slide + Game Room

In 2019, Spanish design studio LEBLUME. was commissioned by Ravenpack, an international company located in Marbella, Spain, to design a new headquarters that could accommodate 200 employees. The new 1800-square-meter space is welcoming and vibrant, merging advanced technology with the local Mediterranean flavor resulting in a comfortable and creative work environment. While this office delivers on the necessities, like workspaces, a cafeteria and bathrooms, it’s also decked out with an orange slide and a basement devoted to relaxation and play.

For those looking for a quick escape from the top floor, there’s a curvy slide waiting to deliver users to the main level.

Concrete floors, white walls and wooden components create the modern foundation of the space. Building on those neutrals, LEBLUME. incorporates a fresh color palette of bright and muted tones, in addition to a green living wall and bold graphics spotted throughout.

Rounded corners make for fluid pathways within the main floor’s central wood-lined core, which houses 13 boldly numbered meeting rooms. They range from phone booth size for one or two people, up to a meeting room for 25 people.

Instead of painting the walls in solid colors, Victor Garcia of Play in Colors created various patterns throughout the entire office.

In the canteen, louvered wood panels cover half the ceiling for sound reduction while the other have is filled with hanging green pants and wicker pendant lights.

The company values leisure time for the employees which can be found in the basement. There’s space for gaming with a ping pong table, foosball, air hockey and arcade games, in addition to a pub and large gym.

Photos by Fer Gomez.

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.