Revamped Small Barcelona Apartment Combines Multiple Styles and Finishes

Giving an old, small apartment with poorly lit interior a modern and light-filled makeover is something that requires both planning and the right approach to design. You want to save space and at the same time delineate different areas of the tiny apartment without using partitions or too many walls. This is just what you get with the Laia House designed by CAVAA Arquitectes in Barcelona, Spain. Designed to create a balance between the old and the new, the apartment interior preserves the brick and wood ceiling that runs throughout its expanse while adding white modern finishes along with tile and wood.


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