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Homeowners Cecilia Tham and Yoel Karaso renovate their home in Barcelona, harmoniously overlapping elements of the old...
Made to measure buffet and reading bench, pine wood, leather handles.
This 130m2 flat in the center of Barcelona was in a very bad state when Hana, a young Egyptian artist bought it. We did...
The front door hallway flooring features original turn-of-the-century floor tiles in this renovated first-floor...
Clusters of housing with communal courtyards are placed along a strict grid pattern in Barcelona's Eixample district,...
A glazed veranda on the flat’s west side offers a cozy spot to enjoy an espresso.
The current open-plan living area will be transformed into two bedrooms.
"It’s typical for Barcelona buildings from this period that the bedrooms are divided with decorative plaster columns...
“The color choice relied on intuition,” says Elizadle.
Though the renovation was significant, you wouldn’t necessarily know it, as the new materials blend well with the old.
In the living room of the Barcelona apartment designer Elina Vila D’Acosta-Calheiros shares with her husband, Ginés...
The architects had always wanted a library but didn’t have the space, so they took advantage of the wide hallway to...
Understated décor in the master bedroom lets the floor tiles fully pop.
Nook Architects renovated an apartment in a 1931 building in Barcelona's Eixample district for a young woman who...
“It was beautiful to see the passage of time in the apartment,” he says, referencing the original tiled floors, which...
High ceilings with restored gypsum mouldings are another nod to the structure's historic past.
In the flat’s living room, midcentury modern art and furniture harmonize with the rich floor tiles, opulent molded...
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