Apartment. Published at Monday, June 19th 2017, 06:50:35 AM by Mady Fischer.
The shower area of bathroom is separated by no single full wall. Toward the bedroom, the wall has an opening and a floating vanity separates the shower area from the rest of the space. The toilet area is private and is located behind the shower wall. The arrangement takes advantage of the one window in the shower, which lets in some natural light. Otherwise, the color palette is dark and wood-focused, including the flooring. Large, horizontal tiles give the shower a substantial look compared the appearance that smaller tiles would create.
The juxtaposition of a historic building and a modern interior is sometimes jarring but not in this Barcelona apartment. The city itself is fertile ground for avant-garde design and and architectural firm Cometa has created a gem of an award-winning home in the heart of the city’s Art Nouveau district.
A clean-lined, expanding table with Scandinavian sensibilities centers the dining room. Surrounding the table are the “la Leggera” dining chairs by Riccardo Blumer for Alias. The solid wood seats are filled with expanded polyurethane, making them strong and light — as well as stackable. The prize-winning design has been displayed at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, the Centre George Pompidou in Paris and at the Milan Triennale. Available with or without arms, it’s a modern classic appropriate for any family dining space.
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