Nook's Barcelona apartment refurb removes walls but leaves original tiled floors intact _ Spanish architects Nook
Architect Anna Noguera renovated the property Alemanys 5 in Spain synthesising the areas medieval history with the more modern lifestyle.
Spanish architect Carles Enrich inserted a plywood box beneath the vaulted ceilings of an apartment in Barcelona to create a new bathroom and kitchen unit.
Image 25 of 31 from gallery of Crusch Alba / Gus Wüstemann Architects. Photograph by Bruno Helbling
Spanish architects Nook have renovated a small apartment in Barcelona's gothic quarter, leaving decorative floor tiles in place to reveal the original layout of the flat
Roc Cube, Apartment in Barcelona, third intervention - 2013 - Nook Architects
Apartment in Copan by SuperLimão
Inside the building, the architects sought to retain the silo's existing character wherever possible.
Gallery of Copan Apartment / SuperLimão Studio - 14
House in Kamimachi is a minimalist house located in Toyko, Japan, designed by Camp Design inc. The interior of the home consists of mainly .