Nook Architects' self-designed co-working space in Barcelona. Photograph by Nieve/Productora Audiovisual
Nook Architects has become the go-to studio for the renovation of historic Barcelona apartments and houses, thanks to a sensitive approach to restoring original details, combined with an enthusiasm for colour and pattern.
Nook's recent projects include a
narrow flat that can de divided up with sliding wooden partitions, a house with a mesh-fronted staircase and an apartment that celebrates its barrel-vaulted brick ceiling.
The young team even
renovated a space in the city for themselves – they transformed one floor of a 1970s office block to create their own permanent base, as well as a co-working office with desks for rent.
1. Nook Architects move into self-designed co-working space in Barcelona
2. Nook Architects adds new openings and freestanding furniture to Barcelona apartment
3. Nook Architects uses mesh to divide open-plan Barcelona house
4. Sliding wooden partitions divide Nook Architects' latest Barcelona apartment
5. Nook Architects add patterned floor tiles and window seat to Barcelona apartment renovation
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