2260mm Architects Modernize Classic Spanish Architecture

 - Sep 18, 2013
References: architectlover & dezeen
The Casa by 2260mm Architects renovated Spanish architecture design into a more modern home that features a combination of old and new Spanish tiles. The architects maximized light on the ground floor by adding a courtyard accessible by a sliding glass door. The older gray tiles, from the 20th century, were updated with new patterned and colored tiles, creating a "carpeted" effect.

Other additions to the home include an extra storey, an indoor balcony and a new bedroom. The wooden floorboards were left exposed but painted white for a fresher, cleaner look. The house is a super spacious and airy design that mixes a classic and contemporary aesthetic for a modern, timeless feel. If you’re currently renovating and enjoy the idea of a Spanish-style home, check the work that 2260mm Architects did on this lovely 20th century Barcelona home for inspiration.