Meritxell Ribé Modol, interiorista y decoradora en Barcelona, nació en Lleida el 1977, estudió en la Escuela Superior de Diseño Bau de Barcelona e inició su trayectoria profesional en diferentes estudios de interiorismo, decoradores y arquitectura de la ciudad. En 2005 crea su propio estudio de interiorismo y desde entonces ha proyectado diferentes proyectos tanto de vivienda privada como de espacios profesionales. Como interiorista y decoradores en Barcelona, a partir de un servicio individualizado para cada cliente se ofrece la posibilidad de contratar diferentes opciones: desde un asesoramiento de espacios, colores, iluminación o diseño de mobiliario hasta el desarrollo de un proyecto integral de interiorismo y dirección de obras. Su filosofía de trabajo incluye un trabajo en equipo de decoradores y una concepción del espacio desde una visión real de las necesidades de cada cliente creando espacios con una atmósfera c&acaute;lida y personalizada. Decoradores en Barcelona.

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Lost in Translation. Part II

17.03.2020

This week we wanted to continue with the second part of last week’s post. In it we explained in detail the project ‘Lost in Translation’ that we have carried out in this 55th edition of Casa Decor by the hand of our friends from the home automation brand Gira.

In this new article we will discuss in depth the furniture and lighting brands with which we have worked to shape our hotel suite. As you already know, all the design has been done by our creative directors – Meritxell Ribé and Josep Puigdomènech – including the double-functional table area and the headboard of the bed.

At the entrance we find two large format DCW Editions wall lights, thus gaining light and presence in that area. Later to complete the day area, the upholstered chair of the Stella Works brand and the By My Hand table lamp in gold finish were included in the desk. For the water area, a black natural stone sink from Bathco was chosen, which is perfectly complemented by the Gessi taps. In addition accessories such as candle holders and vase in black marble were placed, wonderful pieces made by hand by Lee Broom following the same line as the rest of the suite.

Giving presence to the suite we find the ‘Bronzed Head’ painting by the great artist Max Gärtner from the Galería Victor Lope in Barcelona. His art represents the tensions and interrelationships between reality and the metaphysical, between the natural and the supernatural. A truly brilliant staging in this space.

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For the night area, two elegant coffee tables from the Emma collection of the Momocca firm were placed, which adapt to the rounded shape of the headboard. Both are coordinated under the Menu table lamps in opaline glass and metal base creating a warm atmosphere. In addition, the spectacular dressing room from the Julia collection that combines walnut, metal and marble together with sliding upholstered panels gives prominence to the space. The lightings that we find in the dressing room with a light design and that fit perfectly are from the Catalan brand Marset.

Making the most intimate area of ​​the suite more comfortable, we find the high quality and soft bedding provided by La Maison Barcelona and the carpet, with an organic shape and a very neutral color scheme, designed by our Studio and made of silk and wool by BSB Barcelona.

In the area next to the television and as a reading corner we have placed a terracotta sofa, in accordance with the color palette used in the space and signed by &Tradition. This is illuminated thanks to the fascinating Le Corbusier lamp by Nemo Lighting. The technical lighting is the Delta Light Midispy Timeless model, redirectable and with a golden interior that creates an exceptional environment.

Stay tuned for the next posts from The Room Papers where we will be sharing more information about ‘Lost in Translation’. We hope you liked it and remember, stay home like the Roomers. Happy week!

Author: Elena López Sevila