Technology and Art Combine in Perfect Symbiosis in This Modern Home
Large windows connect the interiors of this modern and functional house remodeled by interior designer Laura Carrillo and located on the outskirts of Barcelona. The architectural peculiarities of this 2012 house, with its original facade and vaulted ceiling defining the spaces, were the starting point for the remodeling. One of the challenges was to adapt the spaces, for which a new distribution was designed, to the sophisticated requirements of the client, a leading entrepreneur, and pioneer in the world of artificial intelligence. He was looking for more than just a space in his new home, a daily starting point, a constant inspiration. That is why he chose this apartment, so connected to the outside and equally functional. The house stands out for its different and orginal design and architecture.
As for the decoration, a unique style was achieved, with a few selected and exclusive pieces. The decoration was guided by the architecture of the apartment itself. For example, any exuberance in the curtains was put aside to allow a dialogue with the outside, and a functional distribution was chosen to achieve a fluid circulation between the spaces.
In the living room, glass walls allow natural light to flood the room. The interior designer opted for a calm environment presided over by a mid-century style sofa and an impactful sideboard. Above it, is an original work by artist Miguel Sansón. The dialogue between design and art is maintained throughout the house.
In the bedrooms, soft tones and a minimalist style are combined with original murals and wallpaper on the headboards of the beds.
Technology plays a major role throughout the apartment, which features geothermal heating and air conditioning. In addition, it integrates a comprehensive installation of home automation and Bang & Olufsen technology throughout the house. The exterior area of this modern apartment displays a kinetic sculpture by Michael Hischer, owned by the client.