The capital of Catalonia is famous for Antoni Gaudi’s buildings – Sagrada Familia, Casa Mila and Casa Batlo. It is also home to the sublime Barcelona Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe and buildings by Miralles, Herzog & de Meuron, Gehry, Ito, Foster and Rogers.
Persiana Barcelona, a design by architects Diana Usón and Pau Sarquella, uses a subtle intervention to improve the traditional rope blind. A sustainable, innovative and modern product that responds to various challenges.
Located in a beautiful valley in the south of the Maresme Mountains, this Catalan home was designed by YLAB Arquitectos to capture the magnificent views of the coastal mountain range with pine and holm oak forests.
The clients wanted YLAB Arquitectos to convert the original space, dark and divided into numerous rooms, into a predominantly diaphanous space full of light and neutral colors suitable for their art collection and Nordic influenced furniture.
One of a portfolio of daring holiday home architecture in the midst of the Catalan wilderness for French real estate developer Christian Bourdais: 12 architects have designed unique and expressive vacation properties.
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A simple architectural gesture by peris+toral.arquitectes removes fencing around a children’s playground. A subtle architectural solution meets the needs of shelter and protection. Two dunes were formed, planted with grass, creepers and shrubs, plus a gentle hollow that delineates the play space.
This project by Pich Architects’ main objectives are the integral remodeling of the current building in order to update and revitalize the facade, make flexible, optimize and modernize the interior spaces.
Design: Egue y Seta, architects
A housing unit that due to Barcelona´s rising rental apartment demand was divided, as it happens with theater plays, in three acts.
Architects: Ramón Esteve Estudio
La Calma House is placed in a small town close to Barcelona. Its site is located in a forest area with a very steep slope and an abundance of pine, oak and olive trees.
The design aimed to ensure the perfect outcome for his passion project. The chef wanted to create and immersive environment to captivate his guests. The chef’s style of cooking and menu is heavily influenced by the surroundings, hence, the interior had to reflect that.
Design: YLAB Arquitectos
Located in the traditional Barcelona Ensanche area, this apartment shows some typical traditional aspects such as a long, narrow and partitioned layout from façade to façade with hydraulic tile flooring, and wall and ceiling moldings.
The idea was to find out what happened with the deposit of the King Martí, an old deposit of water retention in the original property of the tower and viaduct of Bellesguard, designed by Antoni Gaudí.
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