We see design as an essential tool which helps us all to go forward and add value to companies, brands and projects….A way of providing solutions to real problems of identity and communication, facilitating change, but carefully bearing in mind the audiences to whom we are talking.
We always strive to use contemporary language, based on concepts and ideas, not just following trends. Our inspiration feeds mainly on the world of culture in all its aspects: music and fashion, film and dance, art, photography and gastronomy…An inspiration which we do not only seek professionally but also personally. Our objective is to improve, not to grow.
We take care of every stage of the strategic and creative process, with a strict methodology which we develop along with our clients. We believe that the good results we obtain stem from this close collaboration, working hand in hand with our clients.
On a day to day basis we aim for excellence, understanding and effectiveness, always in keeping with the demands of the brief itself. We see the final form as a consequence of a strategy.
We work in all aspects of design but with a particular claim for typography and the element of surprise, looking for specific languages which are innovative and distinct helping to improve the standing of our clients.
ClaseBcn, founded by Claret Serrahima in Barcelona, is an award-winning design studio made up of a team of young, international, multidisciplinary professionals. In 2001 two new partners joined: Daniel Ayuso, Creative Director and Sandra Parcet, Executive Director.
ClaseMad, appeared in Madrid in 2013, combining the experience of the three partners of Clase Bcn with Oyer Corazón, as General Manager.
- Claret Serrahima – General Manager
- Sandra Parcet – Managing Director ClaseBcn
- Daniel Ayuso – Creative Director
- Malva García – Senior Designer
- Txema Hernández – Senior Designer
- Edu Piracés – Designer
- Marina Martínez – Designer
- Pau Orts – Designer
- Clara Soley – Strategy and communication
- Lídia Calomardo – Accounting
Photos by Wai Lin Tse