The office concept as we knew it until now has been revamped
Today we bring an interview with a more personal touch, where Arkaitz, from his position of technical director in the area of new product development, tells us how he has lived these 22 years as part of Akaba,
"When I design, I always try to put myself in the place of the person who uses the product: what they will want to see, what they will want to feel"
This time it’s the turn of Uxue Diez, a member of the communication team.
The colours, materials and textures are all directly related to a first approximation of the senses to the explored environment.
A special on Usurbil School of Music, the project on which we joined hands with OS3 Arkitektura in selecting a series of elements to make this space the perfect place for those who enjoy music
We’re talking to Ainara Diez, from our commercial and communication team, about her time at Akaba.
What better way to start the year than talking about trends, colours and materials that will bring your interior decoration projects to life in 2021?
«Even as a child I knew that the things I like most were those to which you could apply creativity, inventiveness and imagination».
We know that our company’s success depends on the people who work here, that’s why our labour policies feature well-being and stability as its core values.
The choice of colour when creating places is key to communication. Here it’s not only a question of image, but also of transmitting sensations and emotions.
A new concept designed to breathe life into environments that invite us to relax, to take a break and become aware of what we have around us.
In this Akaba newsletter, we want to take a look at designer Isaac Piñeiro from a more personal point of view.
It is nearly the end of summer and, like always this time of year, we sense great changes around the bend.
Cafeterias and restaurants are fascinating places where, every day, stories take place that define what we are, and sometimes change our lives.
Most of our homes are unprepared for remote work. As far as offices are concerned, for those who wish to, or must, keep going to them, they are not entirely prepared to safely tackle the new normal, either.
Twenty years ago, at AKABA we pledged to draw up an environmental improvement plan
Light pink es un rosa amable y tenue que transmite una sensación relajada.
Blazer is a pure wool upholstery fabric with a felt finish.
Employees change the way they go about their work and the office reconfigures to become a forum of knowledge.
The cross-shaped base and rounded edges enhance the Gune table range.
The Neo2 magazine presents an exhibition of the best seats and chairs recently produced by Spanish designers and design studios.
Versatility is essential in the design, manufacture and use of our products.
At Akaba we are passionate about material in its purest expression.
We carefully select noble materials such as leather for their quality and comfort.
Numerous architects and distributors from all over France were the guests who accompanied us at the latest Basque Living event organised by the Habic Cluster.
We had a visit from MA Design of Gastronomic Spaces students at the University of the Basque Country.
We present the exhibition organised by Isaac Piñeiro's studio at the Didac Foundation in Santiago de Compostela, including some of the studio's most representative works.
With gentle and clean lines, Aia is inspired in the Japanese sense of simplicity and harmony.
An office space that functions around a central nucleus housing the reception services, meeting room, WCs, printers and servers, and office.
Usoa is a range of meeting tables which meets and surpasses all expectations.
With a seat of generous dimensions, Xoko is both symmetrical and asymmetrical.