The Sardeya is a classic work of art that was renovated and revived by the Nook Architects. It is a landmark design in the Eixample District and is famous for its square blocks that have chamfered corners.
The architects set off creating a new floor plan that made sure the original design’s poor lighting, the result of poor partitioning was addressed. The old living room and entrance were now remolded into the main bedroom. This is where the chamfered stones were utilized. The connection between the new living room and entrance and the new bedroom have been made using the painting and a sliding door.
There is an additional bedroom in the rear. The new kitchen adorned with colorful mosaic tiles and bathroom are now between the living area and the main bedroom while the clever use of warm colors, mirror finishes and natural textures give an instant modern uplift.
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Maximizing Chamfered Corners: Home Renovation in Barcelona’s Eixample District