The very busy Lazaro Rosa Violan Studio interior design practice was in charge of bringing back the old shine with a flare for modern to the iconic Cotton House Hotel in Barcelona. The neo-classic building is work of Catalan architect Elies Rogent, who designed the building originally in the 19th century. Initially the address was the former head quarters of the Fundacion Textil Algodonera, a center of Catalonia’s once massive textile industry.
The original building with its 84 rooms is today a hotel is a hotel in Autograph’s Collection. Lazar Rosa Violan studio had the task to bring back the shine to the hotels rich original decorative details, preserve the original floor tile and preserver the impressive paneling and ceiling frescos. Not to mention bring in the modern furniture and make it a part of this neoclassic masterpiece.
Not to forget the hotel’s impressive vista of its rooftop terrace providing magnificent views of the world wander that is Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
Discover more of the Cotton House after the jump:
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