Barcelona Style: Co-Living With Luxury

Casa Burés Barcelona

Co-working and Co-Living can’t be described as a trend anymore, but these concepts are today’s reality not only in urban areas, however, few projects named as Co-Living With Luxury have been published so far. A few years back, Casa Decor took place at Casa Burés and it was by far one of the most memorable […]

Barcelona Style: Visual Poetry with Six N. Five

Six N Five Digital Art via Eclectic Trends

After discovering a series of 5 short movies produced for Massimo Dutti (must-watch!) last year, we have been on the lookout for Barcelona based studio Six N.Five and their creative and poetic visual work. Apart from working on both advertising and editorial commissions, Andres Reisinger and Ezequiel Pini also find time to create experimental work specializing […]

Barcelona Style: A facade made of a grid of camouflage tiles

The Green Trend has become a Green Lifestyle. Looking at this building, the architecture creates the idea of being one with nature. A rectangular, architectural structure with a roof and walls perforated with green tiles, was partly build around this building. The house visually connects with its surroundings, but at the same time it creates […]

Barcelona Style: Color blocking in Horta

Color blocking-Guillermo Santo-Eclectic Trends

I never stop being surprised when discovering new interior projects in my own hometown. Barcelona has pretty peculiar and great features with a growing design scene, but this color blocking interior rather seems from another planet. Interior and product designer Guillermo Santomà is certainly unafraid of powerful color combinations in his home located in the Horta neighborhood […]

Barcelona Style: Lázaro Rosa-Violán teams up with Metalarte

If you live in Barcelona and love Interior Design, you can’t help but be familiar with Lázaro Rosa-Violan‘s work. Born in Tangier of Catalan parents and grandparents, he took sat in at classes in the Academy of Fine Arts at the age of eight. Painter by training, traveller by conviction and interior designer by instinct, he says he finds […]

Barcelona Style: La Ricarda

This place is one the most well kept secrets in Barcelona. In 1949, the Gomis Bertrand family decided to contact the Catalan architect Antoni Bonet, who was living in Buenos Aires, to put him in charge of their summer and weekend home in an idyllic place next to the sea and surrounded by pines. Bonet […]