A tall residential building near the coast in Barcelona, with 28 floors and 89 luxury apartments ranging between 98 and 386 square meters. An impressive entrance, with a huge, triple-height foyer, where a curved green wall leads into a private garden. Odile Decq’s studio has designed the interior with fluid organic forms, which optimize the views of the city and the Mediterranean Sea. Today, luxury means big open spaces, beautiful designs, great heights, and high acoustic insulation as well as comfort. All this was made possible by the outstanding flexibility that plasterboard systems allow in construction, combining aesthetics with performance.
What key aspect(s) of the New European Bauhaus initiative does the project fit best with?
How does the project contribute to these aspects?
Plasterboard systems have contributed to the excellent finishes, outstanding performance while providing maximum comfort and a spectacular design.