Barcelona-based recently completed a stunning renovation project in Noutigos, A Coruña, Spain. According to the development team, the aim was to act respecting the current volumes of the old house, located close to the river. Maintaining the stone facade and replacing the original windows, the envisioned two new small and strategic openings in the south wall for views and the natural light needed inside.
She starts each work by drafting her design on graph paper. She has created her own style of weaving, synthesizing techniques from a British rug weaver, Jason Collingwood, with traditional Navajo techniques and some more modern Californian techniques. The weave pattern she utilizes produces a reversible rug with a light and dark side.
The result was a neutral but spacious and airy kitchen. Even though the space is the same, the atmosphere is completely different. The kitchen, now part of the dining area, is unrecognizable and by far more stylish than its previous version.
Ameliabernard Bernard Traditional Kitchen Wednesday November 29th, 2017 22:14:18 PM
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