Barcelona, 2020
    Interior Reform
    Area 115 m²
    Photography Laura in Bianco

    This apartment, before our renovation, had been an office for years.
    Located in a historic building in the Ensanche district, it had almost no typical elements of the era, as they had been destroyed in previous renovations.

    The floor plan is divided into two zones: a private area and a public area, separated by a service core that does not reach the ceiling.

    The kitchen, the heart of the home, becomes the most important room in the house: in front of it, a table designed as a hybrid space, for studying, chatting, eating, and meeting.

    The bedrooms are joined together by a long dressing room outside the bedrooms, which reinterprets the idea of the traditional hallway.

    To accentuate the lightness and fluidity of the space, the project plans to clean all non-original decorative elements (false ceilings, linings, overlapping floors), leave the brick walls and existing structural reinforcements exposed, and unify walls and ceilings through the color white, the protagonist of this reform.