Footwear Developer/ Account Manager at L'Intervalle Shoes

A self-proclaimed hedonist and art enthusiast, Giselle (known to everyone as Gigi) was born in Guatemala to a Guatemalan father and a Canadian mother. At 18, she left to live in Montreal for 9 years, where she started off as a cultural journalist and somehow ended up in the fashion industry. Exhausted of the cold and a bit sick of having maple syrup with everything, she convinced her boss to send her to Spain to work, and now she lives in Barcelona where she works as a Footwear Developer and Account Manager for an independent shoe brand called L’Intervalle. She’s a big fan of French cinema, the Bauhaus movement, Garage Rock and of course, dirty reggaeton (you can take the girl out of Guatemala, but you can’t take Guatemala out of the girl). She has a soft-boiled egg every morning, reads too much Vonnegut for her own good, and tries to not take life too seriously.


About us

A big former dairy. In Barcelona city center. District of Poble Sec. People used to buy fresh milk there. And cream on Sundays. Turned into a laid back coworking. An oasis of creative chaos. Work, chill, and fun. Flowing around an open space. Where you can focus. Get your things done. Create your projects. Have a meeting. Read a travel magazine. Or watch a movie. Feel like at home. Get a nap. Listen to some funky music. Have a beer. Make friends. First.

Carrer de la Creu dels Molers, 19 08004, Barcelona, Spain h. 9am – 8 pm

One of the oldest districts of Barcelona, El Poble Sec still has got a lot to discover. Between Paralelo and Montjuic connected by the green metro line (Poble Sec stop). Our coworking is located right at the beginning of carrer Blai, popular street among the lovers of the tapeo "pintxos style".


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