Designers Mariona Garcia and David Martín have worked on both outdoor and indoor environment design in order to make the space more pleasant for visitors by bringing order and coherence but, at the same time, by blurring the boundary between the city and its old harbour.
Usage of line coding has been used to locate places. Materials with high resistance to salinity conditions have been used along the outdoor area, while letters cut from wood and acryl have been used for the indoor services building. Signs are integrated in the space without forgetting its functionality. The in- and outdoors typography was connected by choosing Barna and Barna Stencil with its high legibility and its strong personality in the stenciled styles.
Garcia and Martin were assisted by Mireia Carbonell and Judith Rovira. This project has been awarded with the A+Architizer Award (Public Choice) in 2016, FX International Design Awards in 2015 and has been selected for the XIII Spanish Biennal of Architecture and Urban Planning 2016.