Spanish architects Nook have renovated a small apartment in Barcelona’s gothic quarter and it needs to be shared. Roc3 is the third conversion that Nook Architects have undertaken in the same building. They have left the beautiful floor tiles in their same position, so the original distribution of the apartment can be seen. Nook here follow the trend of retaining old tiles in Barcelona apartment conversions. Much of the furniture was sourced from a local second-hand store (cue fantasies of rummage through a dusty Barcelonian junk shop).

Roc 3 apartment in Barcelona by Nook

Roc 3 apartment in Barcelona by Nook

My favourite design features here are the white painted ceiling beams and the dining table which has been topped with an old door. In addition, some of the apartment walls have been left unpainted in places, revealing layers of faded plaster and old tile adhesive. Interior design porn.

Roc 3 apartment in Barcelona by Nook

Roc 3 apartment in Barcelona by Nook

The styling of this shoot is stunning. The flashes of red work beautifully with the white and muted blue tones. The colour choices compliment those gorgeous floors.

Roc 3 apartment in Barcelona by Nook

Roc 3 apartment in Barcelona by Nook

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