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JP House: a prefab home that pays homage to wicker in a small village in Cuenca by studio MYCC.

The Madrid-based architecture studio MYCC is behind JP House  – a weekend and holiday home situated in Tragacete, a small village in the province of Cuenca. The studio, which specialises in prefab systems, is headed by Carmina Casajuana, Beatriz G. Casares and Marcos González. For the project, they have taken tradItional, vernacular architecture and given it a highly original […]

19/07/2013

“Ecodesign is not a fad, it’s a necessity” – Our readers interview Piet Hein Eek.

During the last weeks, we have given the chance to our readers of sending questions to Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek and here they come the answers. This unusual interview was possible thanks to the cooperation of Roomservice Barcelona gallery, where his work is permanently on show and it is available to purchase. The gallery […]

17/07/2013

Sandra Tarruella studio creates an unusual boutique butchers shop for Corella.

White tiles, a parquet floor, a workbench in full view, thick chunks of wood, hanging boxes, a bar where you can taste the goods… all these elements, or perhaps none of them concretely, suggest a butcher’s shop that prepares its products using traditional methods. Sandra Tarruella Interior Design Studio has bestowed this space with a highly contemporary […]

16/07/2013
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Keidos – a kaleidoscopic tile collection by MUT for enticdesigns.

After the success of the Drops collection, which was presented at the 2102 Milan Furniture Fair, the tile manufacturer enticdesigns once again teams up MUT design to produce a marvelous collection. More about Drops in diarioDESIGN. This time, the collection has been inspired by the classic kaleidoscope toy – hence its name: Keidos. Keidos pattern is formed by multicoloured figures that […]

12/07/2013

Shigeru Ban designs a pavilion with paper tubes for the IE University campus in Madrid.

The Japanese architect Shigeru Ban is the creator of a new multi-use pavilion situated in Madrid’s IE University Campus. This ephemeral structure of 173 paper tubes represents the innovative and sustainable values of the institution. IE offers elite business courses with a global focus on humanism and entrepreneurship.

10/07/2013

Art on architecture. Discover the work of Felice Varini and his latest work in London

The abstract painter Felice Varini has just carried out one of his visually impressive installations in King’s Cross, an old run down area in London which lately has been rapidly developed. Occupying a distance of 2.5 kms across two edifices, the work is called Across the Buildings. This Paris-based artist of Swiss origin is a genius […]

08/07/2013

Anna and Eugeni Bach transform a classic Barcelonese home respecting original elements

This project is a full transformation of a residence, dating from 1910, in Barcelona’s Ensanche district. In its 100 year history, and except for one-off modernisations, it had never been altered. Despite of its poor state, the ceilings, with their magnificent roses and mouldings, the tinted cement-tile flooring and some of the original carpentry work […]

05/07/2013

Want to know more about Iberian architecture and interior design? Have a look at FAD 2013 Awards.

These are the 27 finalists of the 55th Architecture and Interior Design Awards, promoted by the private Arts and Design association from Barcelona FAD. Organised by ArquinFAD, the architecture and interior design branch, the winners will be released next week. The jury is headed by Dani Freixes and other members are Eulalia Aran, Jordi Farrando, Eva Prats, Nuno Sampaio […]

01/07/2013

El Equipo Creativo fuse Japan and Peru in Pakta, the new project from the Adrià brothers.

Barcelona, or the area around Paralelo Avenue to be more precise, is in luck. Following the footsteps of Tickets and Coctelería 41º, it has also been chosen by Albert and Ferran Adrià siblings for their new gastronomic project: the Pakta restaurant. 

28/06/2013
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La Fábrica opens its new cultural centre in Barrio de las Letras, the heart of Madrid.

Last May 31st, La Fábrica opened a 400 m2 space dedicated to culture and situated in Barrio de las Letras, one of the most vibrant districts in Madrid at the crossroads of the Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofía museums, and even a stone’s throw away from CaixaForum. The space is the brainchild of La Fábrica, a […]

26/06/2013

Ikra, a new meeting point in Barcelona under the watchful eye of Dbòlit – by La Petita Dimensió.

Susana Aristoy and Filena Di Tommaso who head up the Catalan design studio La Petita Dimensió were commissioned to transform the former karaoke bar and restaurant where Ikra is now located, a space where it’s now possible to enjoy live music when dining or having drinks. Their principal challenge was to come up with an […]

21/06/2013

The Ro easy chair: Jaime Hayon and Fritz Hansen reinterpret Danish tranquility.

In Danish, Ro means tranquility – that Nordic way essence of minimalism used to express an entire concept. And this is the word Fritz Hansen and Jaime Hayon have used to baptise a new product – a reinterpretation of an easy chair usually called ‘orejero’ in Spanish (that’s ear-ish) due to its embracing high backrest. It was presented at […]

19/06/2013
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