11 month rental.
We have renovated one floor of a 1930 building built with solid ceramic walls and metal joist slabs and ceramic vaults, an example of Catalan architecture of the time. It occupies the corner between Llull and Llacuna streets, one street from the popular Rambla de Poblenou.
The building is three storeys high and has three flats per landing. Its façade, recently restored, is decorated with innumerable unique details of the architecture of the time, which give it a stately appearance as a whole.
We were struck by the physiognomy of this property, which opens like a fan to respond to the geometry of the chamfer.
We liked the number of openings that connect the house with the outside; the main sunny facade in the mornings, two interior patios that allow the toilets to be ventilated and the facade to the interior patio with an afternoon sun that penetrates to the back of the house and that shows us industrial architecture, which constituted the economic activity of the neighborhood in past times.
Although originally the distribution of the spaces follows the way of life of the time, with a functional kitchen and a long, dark corridor with adjoining rooms, we have transformed it into a house with open spaces, well ventilated and naturally lit. , conserving its original values: the gradual opening of its spaces, more unique construction elements such as the vaults, the wooden porticoes of the façade and the verticality of the spaces.
The property has an area of 113.00m2 built and 96.28m2 useful. It is accessed from a small hall that leads to the kitchen, integrated into the living room and dining room in a large space of more than 40.00m2. From here we connect, through a small distribution corridor, to the toilet, the shower and the sink, and to the bedrooms; a suite with a complete bathroom, a double room and a large single bedroom.
In the rehabilitation project we wanted to maintain the visual continuity of the spaces, creating interior windows, with warm materials; natural oak flooring, built-in wardrobes in all rooms integrated into the partitions, marble in bathrooms, tempered glass partitions, aluminum carpentry with thermal break and textured lacquer finish, and the most unique part of the house: the kitchen countertop, made to measure by a cabinetmaker, with oak planks, which synthesizes the geometry of the floor in its particular fan serving the main space of the house in various ways.
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