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bconnected-blog-Take a walk through our Bendinat headquarters!
May 07, 2021

Take a walk through our Bendinat headquarters!

Architecture

Haven't you been to our new headquarters in Bendinat yet? We invite you to enjoy the beautiful text of our Senior Interior Designer Monica Cernich and to take a virtual tour through our offices. Welcome to Bendinat! Come and see

bconnected-blog-Before & After: Petit Miracle project
Nov 27, 2020

Before & After: Petit Miracle project

Architecture

Our client was looking to make the purchase of a small, dark flat profitable and we jumped into action. The final transformation into a beautiful and luminous space resulting in a design property is just amazing! Discover the "before and after" in our bconnected blog written by our Senior Designer Monica Cernich.

bconnected-blog-Creativity in its purest form: a project like a blank canvas
Oct 23, 2020

Creativity in its purest form: a project like a blank canvas

Architecture

In front of a blank canvas, one can feel intimidated or excited by the multitude of creative possibilities. At bconnected developing spaces from scratch is a challenge we really enjoy! The best way to unfold our full creative potential and visualize unique projects.

bconnected-blog-The Barcelona pavilion by Mies van der Rohe, an inspiring icon of architecture
Oct 09, 2020

The Barcelona pavilion by Mies van der Rohe, an inspiring icon of architecture

Architecture

The German pavilion that Mies Van der Rohe and Lily Reich designed for the 1929 Barcelona International Exhibition is an endless source of inspiration and one of the icons of 20th-century architecture. A simple elegance that is also reflected in the famous Barcelona chair, designed to be the main furniture of the rooms and that exudes the essence of "less is more".

bconnected-blog-Traditional Mallorcan style: an inspiration for modern design
Sep 18, 2020

Traditional Mallorcan style: an inspiration for modern design

Architecture

Walking through the paths of traditional Mallorcan villages is a real delight. The typical facades and stone walls bring us a beautiful vision of houses that remind us of another time. However, their influence on the design and construction of today's houses is still very much alive.

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