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Artchimboldi Menorca Workspace / Anna Truyol + Emma Martí Arquitectura

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Anna Truyol and Emma Martí’s goal was a minimal, non-invasive intervention that would preserve the history, experiences, and soul of the space. In one example, the marés (local stone) walls, full of imperfections, were left in their original state and painted white to preserve the texture of the wall. “In this way, they continue to have life,” they explain. To achieve diaphanous spaces, defined by the character of their materials and especially by their volumes, all the elements that were not typical of the original building were eliminated. This first intervention resulted in two open spaces, distributed over two floors, very spacious and bright, allowing the introduction of the essential elements for the new use. The purpose of the intervention was to obtain warm, welcoming work spaces that invite sharing and encourage creativity and open-mindedness.

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Paint Colours to ’stay Away’ From in the Kitchen – ‘makes Them Feel Claustrophobic’

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Painting is just one way homeowners can add their own stamp onto a property. While the majority of this is down to personal taste, an interior design expert has shared the paint colours to “stay away” from in the kitchen.

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Painting Can Add ’25 Percent’ to Home’s Value – but One Colour Has ‘optimal Results’

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A property expert claimed a freshly painted home and a new kitchen can add potentially thousands to a property’s value.

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Design Tops the Urban Agenda in Valencia During the Month of September

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The World Design Street Festival, the first major retrospective of Jaime Hayon in Spain and the International Interior Design Forum stand out alongside Valencia Disseny Week and the Hábitat València Fair, the biggest in history coinciding with the World Design Capital Valencia 2022.

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