Sunday, June 5, 2011

Contemporainstudio, Barcelona

Designer, Lázaro Rosa-Violán, once stated: "The interior designer is an actor. He must dress up and change roles, understand new identities and integrate them with his own." Lazaro is at one with his statement. In this creation - his eye, his sense of timelessness in design and his understated luxury is evident in the home studio he occupies in Barcelona (a former cotton warehouse). Truly, the pinnacle of his visual language. I have my heart set on the starburst mirror, the giant molecular/constellation cluster-like canvases and, as for the grey-tiered glass pendant chandeliers, possibly Venini... there are no words!

Australian Vogue Living has also featured the above-mentioned studio cum apartment, and while these photos are lo-res scans, I thought I would share them anyway, as there are some additional perpectives of interest (the demi-lune window and the unfinished herringbone floors to boot).

Photographs found in Australian Vogue Living and the Lázaro Rosa-Violán website,

No comments:

Post a Comment