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Interior Designer: Lázaro Rosa-Violán, Barcelona

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Images: top & right: @cottonhouse hotel; above: @mamahack

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When la folie of blogging and visual inspiration started, j'étais attiré by interior design as I was never more attracted about anything else in my life. And I still am. I have came across Lázaro Violan's work so many times and I really love every single incredible decoration project he worked on. He audited classes at the Academy of Fine Arts at the early age of eight, was raised between Bilbao, Madrid and Barcelona and became a master of spaces where décor, lighting, and ambience work together as a coherent whole.

Violan has the incredible ability to mix, modify and reinterpret past and present trends for each new assignment, and considers himself an ‘urban archaeologist’ and ‘style hunter’, merging an eclectic mix of the urban city streets with the serenity of the balearic islands.

Here are three of my favourite spaces by the designer. --Dana

1.

The Cotton House Hotel
Gran Via De Les Corts Catalanes 670,
Barcelona

CottonHouse_@polabur

@polabur

Lázaro Rosa-Violán has transformed the iconic 19th-century building and former headquarters of The Cotton Textile Foundation into a stunning hotel. Belle Epoque features such as the cotton flower-shaped chandelier hanging above a sweeping marble staircase that rises to the first-floor reception, century parquet floors, and carved ceilings with modern chandeliers are just a few of the amazing details you will come across in the hotel's space.

CottonHouse_@lazarorosaviolan

@lazarorosaviolan

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@cottonhousehotel

2.

Nosh and Chow
Norrlandsgatan 24, 111 43,
Stockholm

Nosh-and-Chow_@lazarorosaviolan

@lazarorosaviolan

The former bank has been transformed into a cocktail bar and brasserie consisting of four floors (five if you include the basement). The ground floor holds the main bar, two completely different styled restaurants and a separate narrow bar. The decor of the main restaurant is a mélange of styles, part French bistro and part colonial northern Africa: parquet flooring, monochrome geometric ‘illusion’ tiles, dark wood cabinets filled with bottles and candles.

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@lazarorosaviolan



3.

Les Chouettes
32, rue de Picardie, Paris
75003

LesChouettes_@sassygirlinthecity

@sassygirlinthecity

Located in the Marais district in Paris not far from the famed Carreau du Temple, the Les Chouettes restaurant takes residence inside a former jewellery workshop. Residing in a building of Gustave Eiffel-inspired architecture, the immense central area of Les Chouettes is filled with a magic light thanks to an incredible 20m high glass roof.

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@journeyintolavillelumiere

LesChouettes_@paulettedittout

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Daniela Chelariu, Travel Editor, Paris
Travel Editor, Paris

Dana is a fragile dreamer, they say, arriving in Paris four years ago, for love, and the city has been constantly changing her life since then. Hers is a world of books, (Marguerite Duras, Simone de Beauvoir, Anne Berest), expos, long walks sur les quais de Seine, pink skies, fine wine and peonies.


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