Modern Home with Astonishing Lighting Designs in Gothic Barcelona
With stunning architectural details and some serious stylish furniture, this modern apartment brings light and a contemporary style to the heart of Barcelona – Barrio Gotico. What we love the most about this unique apartment are the stunning lighting designs we can find across the different rooms.
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This stunning home belongs to Anke Summerhill – the Creative Director ofMinotti London– and her husband John Summerhill, MD of Minotti London. For that reason, it does not come as a surprise how amazing and well decorated it is… See for yourself.
The dining area features a circular white marble table underneath a contemporary descendant of retro sphere lighting: Atomic suspension lampby DelightFULL. The lamp is a spot-on interpretation of the atomic age design. A set of glossy black and gold plated round shades, aligned by an asymmetric composition to enhance non-conventional molecular forms.
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A contemporary descendant of retro sphere lighting, Atomic suspension lamp is a spot-on interpretation of the atomic age design.
On the opposite side, the living area is filled with an envious array of furniture and accessories from Minotti. There’s also a DelightFULL’sstanding lamp, and a soothing neutral color palette that makes the apartment a comfortable yet sophisticated place.
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Duke standing lamp by DelightFULL is an elegant floor fixture with a short silhouette and a single swing. Each lampshade is conducted by a brass arm and its counter-weight.
Light wooden floors and white walls create a bright backdrop for this apartment’s contemporary style. The kitchen flows easily into a stylish dining space, which is perfect for grabbing another bottle from the large wine fridge during dinner.
The design preserved much of the structure’s character, while updating its look. The Summerhills exposed original beams and brickwork in the living room, giving the contemporary space historic charm.