In rural Segovia, a pair of architects crafted a modern vacation home attuned to its pastoral setting. The timber-clad minimalist structure was expertly designed to disappear into the scenic landscape.
NOEM, a Barcelona-based architecture firm, created a metal-clad house for a young client just outside Madrid. It’s raised 12 feet off the ground to offer better views of the landscape, lending it “the futuristic feeling that it just landed,” says Pol Guiu, one of NOEM’s cofounders.
Joaquin Altamirano and Silvia Martín worked with Daniel Bergman Vázquez of Estudio Untercio to create an open-plan oasis in an apartment building in central Madrid.
Married architects Anna and Eugeni Bach renovated a 1910 flat in Barcelona, carefully restoring the original floor tiles while introducing modern details.
This 2,583-square-foot apartment, located in the upmarket L’Eixample area of Barcelona, sported original Art Nouveau details. It was love at first sight for Elina Vila D’Acosta-Calheiros and her husband, Ginés Gorriz: When they stepped into the century-old apartment that would become their home, they were so smitten they bought it on the spot.