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Conti. Cert Arquitectos Design a Private Home on Modolell Street, in Barcelona, Spain

By Magaly Grosso


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This wonderful apartment of matte wood floors and large, illuminated spaces is located in Modolell Street, in Barcelona, Spain. It was designed by Conti. Cert Arquitectos in 2016 and has a well-used living area of 250 square meters. The living room and dining room are separated by a beautiful white brick fireplace.

In the living room, two comfortable and modern sofas face the fireplace. Behind them is a small balcony with wonderful views of the Catalonian city.

On the other side of the fireplace is a dining room made of wood, and over which hangs a modern and beautiful layered lamp.

Living room view from the entrance of the apartment
Living room view from the dining room divided by a white brick fireplace

Annex room
View of the terrace from the living room
View from the living room to the dining room. In the middle, the white brick fireplace
Side view of the dining room

The kitchen, a comfortable space full of light, was done in white and wood with a black countertop. At the far end is a modern and informal dining room, intended more for breakfasting, in combination with the kitchen. In a small independent room is located the laundry area.

White kitchen with black countertop and small informal dining room

Two steps separate the lounge area from the stairs – a staircase that rises up in a beautifully Mediterranean style, elegant and stately, with its white steps made using a wooden base.

White stairs with wooden bases

At the next level, the same decorative style is maintained, and wood is used in combination with white, creating a composition that is simple, fresh, and delicate.

Bedrooms with wooden floors and white furniture

Bathroom in wood and white

Bathroom with concrete countertop

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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