Apartment in Barcelona

Barcelona / Spain / 2017

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The 75 m2 apartment is located nearby the Sagrada Familia cathedral, in a house built in the 1920s. During the work on the project, ancient vaulted ceilings and brickwork were discovered, which were gently cleared from the sloppy multilayered plaster. Preservation of the "spirit of antiquity" became a priority task for the creation of the project. Natalia enthusiastically searched for antique antiques in Barcelona flea markets, which helped to recreate the atmosphere of the past. So were found wonderful old photographs and postcards, which depicts Barcelona of past times.
This collection adorned the walls of the corridor and went perfectly to the wrought furniture created by Natalia Guseva's sketches. Elegant forged shelves for shoes are created according to the sketches of Natalia at the AM Classic factory. Two round, symmetrically arranged mirrors Julia Group complemented the composition of the hallway. The lamps and the sconce of the Savoy House added a sense of the ancient loft space.
 The floor was decorated by the Spanish ceramic tiles, created according to ancient patterns.
Furniture for all rooms was selected also to recreate the historical spirit of Spain in the first quarter of the twentieth century. The sofas and armchairs of the Manuel Larraga factory brought a feeling of solidity and sedulity to the living room.
Dining table in the kitchen and forged chairs made in Spanish style, perfectly combined with metal beams and radiators, as well as a forged chandelier from Savoy House. The round mirror of the  Schuller factory, the stately lamps and the coffee table of the Portuguese factory AM Classic perfectly complemented the composition, and the green carpet Nanimaquina set an elegant point in the interior of the living room.

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    The 75 m2 apartment is located nearby the Sagrada Familia cathedral, in a house built in the 1920s. During the work on the project, ancient vaulted ceilings and brickwork were discovered, which were gently cleared from the sloppy multilayered plaster. Preservation of the "spirit of antiquity" became a priority task for the creation of the project. Natalia enthusiastically searched for antique antiques in Barcelona flea markets, which helped to recreate the atmosphere of the past. So were...

    Project details
    • Year 2017
    • Work started in 2016
    • Work finished in 2017
    • Main structure Mixed structure
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Apartments
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