GokoStudio’s refurbishment of a small apartment in Barcelona turns it into a free-flowing home that preserves the intimacy of various spaces, almost without the need for doors.
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The reform of the Nave Unitex has been carried out by the architectural studio PichArchitects. In it the existing spaces were reconditioned in office areas located in one of the warehouses.
The Dutch hotel group The Student Hotel, which, designed by Masquespacio, provides a unique co-living and co-working hybrid, has opened its first two student-only Campus properties in the Marina and Poble Sec districts of Barcelona, Spain.
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.
The center, designed by Valor-Llimós arquitectura is located on the border between the “Ensanche” and the “Gracia” neighborhood includes three different uses: 32 dwellings for elderly people, Primary Care Center and parking for 44 vehicles.
Designed by VSarquitectura the square covers a parking roof had to substitute a public space conceived for occasional mass acts, but on the everyday terms was always empty.
The clients needed a small restoration of their house, and include a new space to work. To achieve this transformation Alventosa Morell Arquitectes designed a light metallic stair generating a new level between the two platforms, where the new space to work is situated.
Designed by VSarquitectura the new Secondary School is situated at the entrance to the town of Cabrils. As you enter the village, it is the first of a series of facilities located along the road following the riverbed.
Designed by architect Josep Miàs the new iGuzzini Ibérica S.A. headquarters has two parts, each with a different function: one is low, extensive and underground, with no natural light and built in concrete; the other is spherical and with a glass shell, floating over the landscape.
Designed by architect Josep Miàs the new metal figures create new market spaces for Barceloneta Market, not touching the ground, but suspended from the old structure, the old and new, never really overlap structurally, rather they do so in a false equilibrium.
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.