A magnificent property dating back to 1871, in the modernist and cosmopolitan heart of Barcelona.
Rambla de Catalunya
The epicentre of Barcelona's retail and leisure scene
This is a postcard perfect avenue, immediately recognizable thanks to its magnificent central walkway lined with linden blossom trees and crowned with a sculpture at each end.
The nearby streets and avenues, particularly Passeig de Gràcia, are home to select boutiques and prestigious international brands, high-end eateries, renowned hotels such as the Hotel Mandarin, as well as impressive cinemas and theatres.
The Golden Square
The most sought-after area of the city
The Dreta de l’Eixample area which stretches along the main Passeig de Gràcia boulevard up from the Plaza de Catalunya has been referred to since the start of the 20th century as the Cuadrado de Oro (the Golden Square) given that it contains the most coveted land in the city.
The Eixample neighbourhood is home to the greatest masterpieces of modernist architecture, including world-famous buildings such as Casa Batlló, La Pedrera and Casa Amatller.
A new lease of life for Rambla Catalunya, 29
The project – completed by the renowned firm TDB Arquitectura Juan Trias de Bes – has involved the full-scale refurbishment, extension and modernisation of the historic building, adapting it to create 22 apartments that cater for the most demanding needs of 21st century living.
The identity of the original construction has been preserved maintaining its nineteenth-century structure, restoring its facades and preserving characteristic elements such as the light wells.
The extension has consisted in the creation of a basement floor for the installations, a new gallery on the side facade, thus gaining interior space, and the construction of a new attic floor.
The same dedication and care employed in the architectural recovery of Rambla Catalunya 29 has been applied in its updating and revitalization. Among the actions carried out are the redistribution of existing layouts, the total renovation of the lobby and staircase and the new entrance through the chamfer through a beautiful semi-covered porch.
The new gallery: a dialogue between contemporary iron features and the original arches
Classic meets avant-garde to tastefully produce forward-looking apartments that look onto a new façade.
The traditional arches – an exterior feature until now – are incorporated into the contemporary apartments structure, along with arched ceilings and full-height iron-framed windows that form part of a sprawling open-plan design. A modern home boasting stately finishes and featuring a double room and two bathrooms.
Stately, light-filled homes
The apartments that unfold onto the main façade of the building revive and offer a modern interpretation of the classic style of the original nineteenth century homes. Apartments with two rooms and two bathrooms.
Their stately and light-infused spaces, high ceilings, full-height windows, private balconies and unparalleled views out over the most exclusive area in the city offer the chance for true premium living, just as they did when they were first built in 1871.
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