Spanish art and architecture are special to the rest, and every designer’s apartment or house proves it. The architect Núria Selva Villaronga designed this apartment in a listed building from 1908. The idea was to update the existing conditions and renovate the interiors according to the needs of the owners. The interiors are bright because of the white walls and look cheery because of the cool, colorful accents and patterns used. The false ceilings with their molded parts and ornaments, woodwork in the interior and exterior, engraved glass and, in a large part of the property, the original Nolla floor mosaic have been preserved and restored. This space is an ideal combination of modern design and vintage elements that look stylish and harmonious together.