Our project for the interior design of Conservatorium, the 120sqm flat in the Eixample in Barcelona, was featured in an article by Rauqel Redondo on the Spanish online magazine Interiores España.
The renovation project aims to reinterpret in a contemporary way the history of the building dating back to the 1902, creating contrasts between tradition and modernity. Many of the original structural elements have been preserved, such as the roof's hydraulic vaulted ceilings and its original decorative elements.
The core of the house opens with a double living room on the large 60-square-meter terrace, the main source of light and activity of the house. The interior then develops with two bedrooms, two bathrooms where atmospheres transform into relaxing spaces with muted and restful colours.