In Madrid, the first Spanish chain stores of urban lockers have just opened: Lock & Be Free, where travellers can rent lockers with flexible hours. The first store opened near the touristic street Gran Vía, in Calle Jardines 11, and other stores in Opera and La Latina are scheduled for this summer. In all of them, the travellers can store their hand luggage in lockers weighing up to 25 kg, and have access as well to a private storage room for larger luggage. They also offer a range of services to make life easier: mobile chargers, immediate and affordable booking in-store and online, access to free Wi-Fi and a printing service for boarding passes.
A modern urban interior in yellow and white exhales freshness and brightness. Wanna One were challenged to shape the brand concept, “Leave your luggage, live the city”, and rejuvenate the image of the old and cliché lockers (with their poorly lit and narrow aisles full of grey boxes). The universe of the Lock & Be Free brand and its interior design scheme combine vivid colours and durable materials: white peg boards, yellow lockers flanked by a circular font, a typical airport rubber floor and a powerful set of lights. The matte and glossy surfaces achieve the desired spacious look for an extremely small space of only 26 m2.
Info and images courtesy of Wanna One