Eixample is a beautiful and attention-grabbing refurbished garden apartment, situated among the grid of buildings in the Poublenou district of Barcelona. The designer has wonderfully transformed an industrial area into a creative and modern place.
19th-century urban planner Cerdà proposed joining nearby towns into Barcelona and gave his unique name to the project, which in Catalan means “extension.
The Art Deco style influences the interiors of this exceptionally marvellous building. One can notice the marked use of large curved shapes primarily in the mirrored surfaces and the opal glass doors of the living room. Customised furnishings blended with the modern yet elegant and eternal design gives it a more refined look. Where the marble showcases the timeless sophistication, large mirrored surfaces expands the space and increase the bright reflections of the metal found there.
The care in the choice of materials and finishes is obsessive: the use of marble stands out, as a symbol of timeless elegance, combined with large mirrored surfaces that increase the space and multiply the bright reflections of the metal found there.
The bathroom becomes an oasis of tranquillity and peace because of its well-managed use of light. And the intensity and design of CEA fittings finished in unique satin Gold Light is striking.
Name of project: Private Apartment
Project: Georg Kayser - Kayserstudio
Project Location: PobleNou, Barcellona, Spagna
Name of series: Kitchen: MILO bathroom: CROSS + FREE IDEAS
Photographer: Roberto Ruiz