It is not every day you see a house sporting Catalan tile vaults paired with tasteful modernist furnishings, so this renovated pad in Barcelona caught our eye in the greatest way. The 3-month renovation for the one,500-square-foot abode, completed by architects Campos Hernansaez and interior design and style firm Cirera + Espinet, commenced with restoring badly damaged authentic tiles and creating a sleek, customized, easily available kitchen to giving the location a lively but constant shade scheme.
Spruced up with support from some Midcentury greats—there are chairs by Breuer and Saarinen, and even an Eames elephant in the area of the clients’; young child—the completed outcome is also supplies design and style object galore. Intrigued? Verify out the complete tour here and 5 far more inspiring Barcelona renovations
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