The furnished Void

Barcelona / Spain

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It wasn’t only paint, but textures, furniture, and the constant movement of those who inhabit this flat in Barcelona’s Eixample what has been placed over a deep and spotless white background that opens itself onto the streams of light entering through the windows. A cosy void, functionally resolved to house and give prominence to a small but interesting collection of pieces of furniture, art and literature curated by its young owners: an dark haired industrial designer and his fair skinned language teacher wife. However, the most valuable they have “acquired”, over the years and between the two, are not the original prints hanging on the walls or the contemporary classics of industrial design that dot the monochromatic amplitude of these newly integrated spaces: The authentic and unquestionable “star” of their universe will have to be no other but Joaquim, their son, who in just about 4 years has managed to colonize every room of the house with a whole lot of “stuff” that is doubtlessly less expensive but certainly a lot more colourful, resistant and fun.

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    It wasn’t only paint, but textures, furniture, and the constant movement of those who inhabit this flat in Barcelona’s Eixample what has been placed over a deep and spotless white background that opens itself onto the streams of light entering through the windows. A cosy void, functionally resolved to house and give prominence to a small but interesting collection of pieces of furniture, art and literature curated by its young owners: an dark haired industrial designer and his fair...

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