Thanks to Vicente de la Fuente we learnt that our floor was designed and manufactured by the company NOLLA in the 19th century. Each room has a different design that is made up of individual ceramic pieces, each one bearing the company’s name.
It’s hard to come up here and not take any photos!
Hello from our new work space at APOCAPOC co-working! Thanks to Val, Fabien and Sébastien for letting us work from such a gorgeous eco-designed space while we renovate ours.
More photos of the yök space. These are by Carme Masiá Martorell, who specialises in capturing interiors.
Today we visited our neighbours Val and Sebastien at apocapoc, a fabulous new eco-friendly co-working space in El Born. More photos + info at apocapoc/facebook.
Today we had a special visitor: Vicente de la Fuente, expert in Modernismo/Art Nouveau. Visit his blog Del Modernismo.
Check out the blog “Vestigos de Barcelona”, a guide of urban ruins, memories of the city and signs that show things that are long gone. Discover stories like that of the unusual clock above, from the Banca Rosés and the former Banco Condal (1933).
We agree with the article that “Sustainability measures, in other words, work. When applied correctly, they work to cut overhead, and they don’t offend or scare away guests, even in hotels known for their luxury accommodations in every sense of the word.”