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    Refurbished Holiday Apartment by Colombo and Serboli Architecture // Barcelona.

    28th July

    Colombo and Serboli Architecture have transformed a neglected and previously poorly planned interior into an attractive holiday home. The apartment is located on the sixth floor of an art nouveau building in Barcelona, Spain. The space had to be completely replanned and all existing partition were demolished. Faced with a tight budget, clever solutions were required to create an attractive, contemporary holiday atmosphere.



    Gallery Post // Molins & Parés’ Barcelona Office by Normal Estudio.

    10th March

    Normal Estudio have designed a Barcelona office in an impeccably preserved heritage apartment featuring 16 different tiled floor patterns.



    Nikbor Hostel by Normal Estudio // Barcelona.

    4th February

    Nikbor Hostel by Normal Estudio sits in a prime location on the top floors of a classical building in Barcelona. Overlooking the Jardinets de Gracia at the top of Paseo de Gracia, the hostel began on a privileged note. As a place for young, independent travellers and students, Normal Estudio put a fresh spin on the original tone and turned the space into something completely new – a hybrid of stateliness and youthful freshness.



    Carrer Avinyo by David Kohn Architects // Barcelona, Spain.

    18th October

    Carrer Avinyó apartment is situated at a major crossroads in Barcelona. Like the Flatiron Building in New York, where Broadway meets the city’s orthogonal grid, the triangular plan of the apartment’s interior registers a similar moment in Barcelona’s historic quarter – Plaça George Orwell. The architects’ first intervention was to strip back the internal partitions to reveal the junction and reconnect living in the apartment to the streets beyond…



    Animated Fly-By of the Completion of Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia [TV].

    9th October

    Using animated computer renderings, this fly-by video shows how the construction of the Basilica Sagrada Familia will progress through to completion in 2026.



    Design Free Thursday // Modern Day Totems by Omar Sosa.

    29th August

    Barcelona-born art director, publisher and graphic designer, Omar Sosa, has a very unique vision and a knack for elevating the mundane to extraordinary. I don’t know about you, but I personally never thought everyday objects like kitchen utensils, bread, sticky tape and bricks could be this photogenic. Nor did I imagine it would be possible to turn them into such witty and sculptural works of art…




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    Bec Brittain is a Brooklyn-based lighting designer who draws upon a varied professional and educational background of architecture, philosophy, and product design. Brittain studied...
    Refurbished Holiday Apartment by Colombo and Serboli Architecture // Barcelona.

    Colombo and Serboli Architecture have transformed a neglected and previously poorly planned interior into an attractive holiday home. The apartment is located on the...
    Hamra House by Studio DinellJohansson // Sweden.

    This beautifully simple, compact summer house in Hamra, Sweden was designed by architecture studio DinellJohansson. The client initially asked for an existing barn to...