Eixample House Restoration by Conti, Cert in Barcelona

We have actually blogged about jobs by Conti, Cert several times given that we initially found the Spanish style company a couple years back. Their speciality is breathing fresh life into old homes while honoring their architectural history. Their touch is light, their taste, classic.

The most recent Conti, Cert redesign to capture our eye is a narrow, small home (115 square meters, or 1,238 square feet), in Barcelona’s Eixample area, that started dark, confined, and charmless and– in the hands of creators Andrea Conti and Isabel Cert– has actually changed into an airy, wisely laid-out home that weds modern-day minimalism with timeless Spanish style.

Here’s how they did it.

Photography by Salva López, thanks to Conti, Cert

a signature conti, cert move: exposing and restoring the volta, the curvy  12
Above: A signature Conti, Cert relocation: exposing and bring back the volta, the curved vault-like ceiling typical to standard homes in the Catalonia area. Both the wood ceiling beams and the French doors that result in the balcony are initial to the home–” we even kept the glass!” states Andrea. The ceiling fan is by Spanish brand name Inthai
another signature design move: using santa & cole lights. the designers als 13
Above: Another signature style relocation: utilizing Santa & & Cole lights. The designers likewise selected a couple of Noguchi lights (at left) to pepper throughout the home.
minimalist built in wall shelves in the living area feel both modern and timele 14
Above: Minimalist integrated wall racks in the living location feel both modern-day and classic here. (For a comparable, cordless variation of that table light, see High/Low: Chic Portable Lighting, Indoor/Outdoor Edition)

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