projects - indoor - daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona
projects - indoor - daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona

Photography
Meritxell Arjalaguer

Location
Barcelona

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Located in Barcelona’s upscale quarter Dreta de l’Eixample, this apartment is a refined blend of antique and contemporary elements. The distribution respects the original turn of the century architecture, but was altered to meet the needs of its owners, a British family. All the frescos, mouldings and floor tiles were restored and combined with built-in and hand-crafted furniture such as our collections Tina, Frames or Cask. 

projects - indoor - daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona

 

 

 

 

 

A reading corner by one of the two enclosed balconies overlooking the street is home to Tina rattan armchair by Benedetta Tagliabue. Fruit of a fantasy, Tina is more than a piece of furniture, almost a work of art with its attractive sculptural intricacy. Another rattan chair, Frames by Jaime Hayon, can be found in the studio conceived as a modern home office and a shelter from the madding crowd. In the spirits of the apartment, Frames establishes a dialogue between the old (the technique used in its manufacturing) and the new (its design and the rethink of the material). 

Moving to the sophisticated living room, with a darker colour-palette, Cask sofa by Norm Architects seems to smile at the viewer with its half-moon frame made of rattan and frank welcome. Fused together with two different Grada tables cascading one over the other to give a sense of movement and perspective, the whole ensemble creates a most cinematic setting. The stage where real everyday life simply happens. 

projects - indoor - daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona
projects - indoor - daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona

Photography
Meritxell Arjalaguer

Location
Barcelona

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Located in Barcelona’s upscale quarter Dreta de l’Eixample, this apartment is a refined blend of antique and contemporary elements. The distribution respects the original turn of the century architecture, but was altered to meet the needs of its owners, a British family. All the frescos, mouldings and floor tiles were restored and combined with built-in and hand-crafted furniture such as our collections Tina, Frames or Cask. 

projects - indoor - daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona

 

 

 

 

 

A reading corner by one of the two enclosed balconies overlooking the street is home to Tina rattan armchair by Benedetta Tagliabue. Fruit of a fantasy, Tina is more than a piece of furniture, almost a work of art with its attractive sculptural intricacy. Another rattan chair, Frames by Jaime Hayon, can be found in the studio conceived as a modern home office and a shelter from the madding crowd. In the spirits of the apartment, Frames establishes a dialogue between the old (the technique used in its manufacturing) and the new (its design and the rethink of the material). 

Moving to the sophisticated living room, with a darker colour-palette, Cask sofa by Norm Architects seems to smile at the viewer with its half-moon frame made of rattan and frank welcome. Fused together with two different Grada tables cascading one over the other to give a sense of movement and perspective, the whole ensemble creates a most cinematic setting. The stage where real everyday life simply happens. 

projects - indoor - daily life settings: a revamped apartment in barcelona

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