This transmutation housing is found in Plaça Catalunya, within the heart of Barcelona, Spain. Designed by Nook Architects, the project makes the foremost of its location, with generous balcony doors gap up to the city’s eclectic rhythm.
“The client needed a spacious domicile for him because the main occupier throughout his occasional visits to the town and for hosting his guests,” the architects explained. “The room had to be at the middle of it all, serving as a gathering purpose — additional of a gastro bar than a family room. It conjointly had to be complemented by a storage space for over 600 bottles.”
A supporting wall was partly brought all the way down to connect the living space with the room. the most bedchamber, with associate en-suite tub, is near to the entry and opens to the additional intimate area. Adjacent to the guest bedchamber and with direct access to the room is that the storage space, which incorporates a picket wine rack and a wine bucket.
A total of 10 windows unfold throughout the housing bring luxuriant natural lightweight within. To multiply their presence, the architects used reflected panels within the hall and within the remaining section of the supporting wall that was brought down.
Vaulted, ceramic slabs and iron beams within the ceilings bring a novel style. the colour palette in pastel tones combines with heat material finishes to form a friendly ambiance. [Information provided by Nook Architects; photography by Nieve.