It's not every day you see a home sporting Catalan tile vaults paired with tasteful modernist furniture, so this renovated pad in Barcelona caught our eye in the best way. The three-month renovation for the 1,500-square-foot abode, completed by architects Campos Hernansaez and interior design firm Cirera + Espinet, started with restoring badly damaged original tiles and creating a sleek, custom, easily accessible kitchen to giving the place a lively but consistent color scheme.
Spruced up with help from some Midcentury greats—there are chairs by Breuer and Saarinen, and even an Eames elephant in the room of the clients' young child—the finished result is also provides design object galore. Intrigued? Check out the full tour here and five more inspiring Barcelona renovations
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