Nowadays, the integral reform of flats in Barcelona is one of the most common activities for both freelance architects and local architectural studios. This is not surprising in a city with more than 4,000 years of history in which there is a lot of buildings and little room for new construction.

Although the pandemic, along with the implementation of ‘working from home’ that came with it, pushed many inhabitants to move from the city centres to the outskirts, Barcelona is still one of the most populated cities in Spain and continues to welcome new “future locals” month after month, year after year.

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