In this apartment, built in 1700 in Barcelona’s Gothic quarter, a comprehensive restoration and décor project was completed. One of the main objectives of the owners was to eliminate the original segmentation of the space typical of antique buildings.
The areas were reconfigured, which allowed for a more practical and cozy spaces. The original ceilings were restored, revealing their curved architecture throughout almost the entire house. A combination of floorings was opted for to ensure functionality and resilience.
The lighting is one of the strong points of this house, since an abundance of natural light flows into in each room of the house. The materials are prominent, imbuing the space with comfort and warmth. Through the use of earth tones and neutral colors, a unique and personalized style was created.
The kitchen was opened giving total visibility to the dining room and the The owners wanted a place for family gatherings. To that end, the kitchen was opened up, giving total visibility to the dining room and the living room. In the master suite the open concept was continued, with a sliding door installed to ensure privacy.