Thursday of Summer, you are last, but not least.
For this special occasion, I invite You to meet talented Nook architects from Barcelona and their few projects that looked the most extraordinary. I won’t comment on this from my perspective, let’s listen to the creators.
The first one is called G-Roc, apartment in Barcelona.
“The additional ceiling height was key to making the decision of constructing a loft, providing the option of placing a bed upstairs. This way the lower floor is liberated and two different zones are created, allowing several options of using these as a study, living room or a dressing room.” – Nook Architects
“The constructive solution for the loft, a unique element to the project, is also used as a finishing texture. For this we used modular concrete timbering planks, which not only offer structural resistance but also color and texture. Its synthetic melamine resin based protection makes the timber’s natural yellow color to become livelier.” – Nook Architects
The second one – Twin House, 2 apartments also in Barcelona.
“A wooden plank was embedded into the concrete floor, establishing a threshold between the living room and the sleeping quarters. This plank then folds and lifts up and turns into a night table or a bench. Above the plank, we placed a metal profile that contains lighting and acts like a hanger and support for possible curtain.” – Nook Architects
“This newly sound space, divided by a thick load-bearing wall, was configured in two zones: the day zone, oriented towards the street and the liveliness of the neighbourhood, and the night zone, located on the posterior, more quiet façade” –Nook Architects
“The bathroom was like wise incorporated into the bedroom, leaving the washbasin open to the rest of space, which is only differentiated by changing the floor level. The only compartmentalized elements were the shower and toilet, separated from the rest of the space by a light, and translucent wall.”- Nook Architects