Spanish Architect firm Anna Noguera recently presented the images of this remodel of a 16th Century home in Girona, Spain. The Foscarini Twiggy above the dining table reminds us how effortlessly it can fit into a versatile range of environments.
The apartment is a fascinating mix of new and old, polish and patina, natural material and man-made. The space is rich with history carried in the old stone walls and the beautiful warm oak beams, yet the flat is accessorized with the comforts the modern world, including some classic design lighting pieces like the ArtemideTolomeo Terra, and a Flos Glo Ball.
We also love the consideration of natural light play through the rooms and other passageways, such as the stairs above–beautiful natural daylight. What would you suggest to illuminate that space at night without taking away from the architecture? Perhaps a minimal approach using DGA LED steplights to simply graze each step?
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