Gothic Loft in Barcelona

A new loft located in an ancient building - the 17th century house has been entirely renovated recently- ceiling height of 5 metres and beautiful old wooden beams.

White Loft in Barcelona

A former carpet warehouse recovers splendor after a renewal that respects its roots, combining industrial and pieces with a lot of history with new custom-made items.

Double Height Loft

As soon as you see this loft, you notice the significant role the light plays, the respect for space and the pieces with character that seem to be obligatory in order to get the generally ideal atmosphere.

A Tribute to Industrialism

Here's yet another brilliant example of a commercial building turned into a striking living space. This one happened to be a smelly and oil-filled garage in Sant Gervasi, one of Barcelona's elegant suburbs.

Interior Designer’s Studio

Lázaro Rosa-Violán describes himself as an ‘urban archaeologist’ and ‘style hunter’. His studio has been published a few times, but every time I see his work, I am stopped dead in my tracks. The studio, Contemporain, consists of Lázaro and his team of eight interior, industrial, and graphic designers.

Industrial revolution

When she first saw this old, derelict textile factory in the centre of Barcelona, interior designer Cristina Rodriguez wasn’t even fazed – she knew that eventually it would be her home, and how right she was… This was once a buzzing, thriving factory where people came to work day after day to produce fabrics and textiles. The huge space could have been daunting but, instead of feeling negative about it, Cristina plunged into a whirl of ideas and thoughts about how to make this vast area into various living zones without adding partitions or walls.

Old meets new in Barcelona

During the renovation of his apartment in an old part of Barcelona architect Gus Vyustman used a new structure to bring light in with. Challenges during reconstruction included the existing distribution of space - into a lot of small rooms - and thus big differences in light between the different parts of the loft.

Barcelona Industrial

What was originally a stable, bomb shelter, then printing shop is now a modern loft where industrial style and simple materials live together with a very modern concept of space and ecology.

Living in a fold

Rarely I come along projects that really surprise me, that refuse to build from existing elements, creating totally new ones instead. This - although quite small - flat is one.