Let There Be Light: A Pair of Flats in Barcelona Transformed by

Issue 85 · Travels with an Editor: Barcelona · August 15, 2013

Let There Be Light: A Pair of Flats in Barcelona Transformed

Issue 85 · Travels with an Editor: Barcelona · August 15, 2013

Spanish studio Nook Architects transformed a pair of apartments in Barcelona's Gothic quarter into two bright spacious flats well suited for minimalist city living.

Photos by Nieve for Nook Architects, via Dezeen.

Nook Architects Barcelona Kitchen Remodelista

Above: The architects removed false ceilings and dividing walls to create more modern open-plan living spaces.

Nook Architects Barcelona Dining Room Remodelista

Above: Furnishings are simple: a natural jute rug, a minimalist dining table, and a set of mismatched dining chairs.

Nook Architects Twin House Kitchen Remodelista

Above: Glossy green backsplash tiles in the kitchen add a note of cheery color to the space.

Twin House Nook Architects bedroom Remodelista

Above: Bedrooms are oriented toward the quieter rear facade.

Nook Architects Barcelona Bathroom Remodelista

Above: The bathroom was incorporated into the bedroom, leaving the washbasin open to the rest of the space.The shower and toilet are separated from the rest of the space by a light translucent wall.

Nook Architects Barcelona Tile Floor Remodelista

Above: A tiled entryway.

Twin House by Nook Architects Bicycle Remodelista

Above: The two apartments share a stair landing.

 



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