Minim, a study interior design founded by Elina Vila and Agnès Blanch, has carried out this impressive restoration work in Barcelona, transforming a building from the late nineteenth century, in a comfortable and light-filled residence.
A plant of about 200 square meters with a central courtyard and an adjoining area which was actually part of the cloister of the old convent of San Agustin. ‘s house, which was fabric store the last 20 years and at the time of start reform, was in very poor condition, is now a bright and comfortable apartment.
Pure, neutral, with few decorative items Spaces (so yes, that fijaros candles and candleholders are a must for warmth) giving prominence to the original architectural elements. Details such as Douglas fir flooring with gray vein expressly brought from Denmark, and contemporary designer furniture such as gray sofa (model Extrawall Living Divani) I make a difference. In the images we can see many “objects of desire” (at least for us!) … The coffee table and TV cabinet Capellini, striped armchair design Wengner J, the Toio Flos lamps, bed and bedside E14 or signature Louis Poulsen lamps. Ains … A modern but respectful edicicio that covers the restoration. ye not that? Indeed, n or reminds you of a little at this mill in southern Italy?
The entry is still not closed tomorrow because we have several candidates and not just decide! But surely, we begin the week with good vibes and inspiration to encourage us on Monday!