There are projects born from a dream and little by little these start to take shape. That is precisely what happened with this establishment. The owner bought two stories of a building in Barcelona hoping to manage a Bed & Breakfast.
Two phases of the project were completed with the help of Nook Architects. First, convert the upstairs into a living space and get to know the neighborhood, and then work towards reaching the dream. For this project, Nook Architects defined the final design of the structure with simple rooms for the final phase.
Noteworthy is the color blue in the rooms. In the kitchen, for example, the CHARLOTTE chandelier is the focal point and illuminates the open kitchen and dining room, creating a shadow free area. To help out in darker areas like where the ceramic cooktop and range hood are, a white CUP-1 lamp compliments the illumination of the room.
White predominates in the bedroom, and the OVO wall lamp, that allows the lights to be adjusted to any level the circumstances may require, blends in perfectly with the wall creating a clean and open space, ideal for resting.
The most functional parts of the building are the turquoise bathrooms, which remind us of those found in a gym, but with little details that make you feel at home. Functionality is achieved with built in lighting that uniformly illuminates the area.
Bed & Blue has 6 double bedrooms with a bath and balcony or outer patio, a small breakfast room and a common area on the lower level to welcome the guests.
- By Marketing Lorefar Tuesday February 14th, 2017Faro Barcelona has participated for the first time in the Stockholm Furniture Faire, cradle of Scandinavian design and promoter of its characteristic minimalistic style.(1)