12 May, 2010

Apartment Crusch Alba by Gus Wüstemann

The apartment, located in the medieval area in Barcelona, was renovated in 2009. Crusch alba means white cross. The architect solved the problem of limited natural light at the back by building intersecting 'corridor spaces' - bathroom and kitchen in the shape of a cross. But I like the design so much because of horizontal and vertical panel lightning along the walls and ceilings. Simple but sophisticated, elegant but unpretentious.

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11 comments:

  1. I can't live there, but I can watch it!

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  2. Piękne! Świetliste i surowe. Niesamowita przestrzeń. Uwielbiam ceglane ściany.

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  3. Beautiful interiors, ecpecially old looking walls and wood ceiling! It's my favourite style!
    Greetings

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  4. Doro, I do agree. I like the way architects preserved the spirit of the old building. Fantastic work, so well done!

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  5. Remarkable blend between the old & new:
    also proof of the importance of great
    lighting.
    Lovely post-

    Judith

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  6. a dziękuję dziękuję i pozdrawiam:)

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  7. It is an example of a great symbiosis, good point Judith :)

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  8. LOVE these images... soo inspirational! Thank you for leaving a very nice message on Wabi & Sabi!! Me like !!!

    Agneta, the swedish one ;)

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  9. Wow, I just love this apartment, so cool!!

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  10. The interior design here is extraordinary... top class :)

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  11. This is perhaps the best finish specification I have seen in awhile. Texture, texture, texture! Seriously lovely.
    P.S. Thank you for visitng my (humble, little) blog!

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