Merging traditional architecture with contemporary flair is something of a trend in Barcelona apartment renovations, and this project from Miel Arquitectos is no exception.
In the center of Barcelona, a charming and airy 270-square-feet apartment efficiently packs in everything you’d need, while leaving room for a splash of historic character.
Architect Raúl Sánchez of local firm RAS Arquitectura was tasked with transforming the 1,500-square-foot space and did so by establishing a row of rooms instead of creating a hallway.
Recent renovations and new additions worth adding to your travel plans this summer
Effectively pedestrianizing the majority of Barcelona's roadways may seem radical, but so are the anticipated benefits.
Local architecture studio Narch removed interior walls at this early-20th century flat in Barcelona's Eixample district, adding new, translucent-glass partitions.
Buying a home is riddled with decisions that make you ponder a future imperfect: Should you, for example, reserve space for a maiden aunt or aging grandparent? Two young Spanish architects have hit on a formula that may help answer those questions.
Spanish firm Nook Architects is rehabbing historic homes in the seaside city of Barcelona, modernizing spaces without sacrificing the gorgeous original details that give each place its charms.
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