A Table (II) in Barcelona, Spain by ESCOLANO + STEEGMANN | Yellowtrace

A Table (II) in Barcelona, Spain by ESCOLANO + STEEGMANN.

A table can be the malleable heart and hub of a home—an interchangeable infrastructure that’s so much more than a simple piece of furniture. Barcelona-based architect Adrià Escolano and his partner David Steegmann have used the humble...
Aragó Street Residence in Barcelona by Miriam Barrio | Yellowtrace

Aragó Street Residence in Barcelona by Miriam Barrio.

This charming transformation of a 140-square-metre Barcelona apartment is the work of young Spanish architect Miriam Barrio, who has layered accents of gold with a little colour blocking, and a good helping of natural...
Duplex Tibbaut in Barcelona, Spain by Raúl Sánchez | Yellowtrace

Duplex Tibbaut in Barcelona, Spain by Raúl Sánchez.

Maybe the most striking element of Raúl Sánchez’s Duplex Tibbaut in downtown Barcelona is its bold spatial definition—a trick the Spanish architect seems to enjoy. Using geometry and a helping of buttery gold and charcoal black...
Return of Breezeblock Architecture Trend, Curated by Yellowtrace

Bricks Decoded: Easy, Breezy, Beautiful Breeze Block.

In Brazil, it’s known as Cobogó. In India, they call it Jaalis. The French term is Brise-soleil. Here we know it as Breeze Block. Call them what you will, these little units of awesome are making a massive comeback. Back in the 50s...