Eva Martinez is known as being a top interior designer of contrasts and the unique who creates and build warm, versatile, and cozy spaces based on two guidelines: the harmony and the eclecticism. One of her most recognized interior design projects is the Serras Hotel, in Barcelona: located in one of the most delightful neighborhoods in the city, this project combines unique futuristic design, cosmopolitan details, and Mediterranean vibes. Take a look at Eva Martinez’s masterpiece and discover some of her biggest attributes as a design professional.
Eva Martinez has honored Mediterranean traditions and characteristics, marrying a modern New York look with contemporary Catalan style. In a tribute to Barcelona’s industrial past, she uses iron, wood, and traditional tiles along with modern decoration, all paired with the best quality accessories.
In this hotel interior design project, Eva Martinez unified local influences into her personal unique design, such as the hydraulic tiles, traditionally used as flooring in the homes of Barcelona. Besides this, Eva Martinez also integrated iron and wood to reflect the district’s industrial past.
Inside Serra Hotel, it is possible to feel involved in a Mediterranean color scheme of white, grey, silver, sand, mustard, and green create a fresh, calm atmosphere: ergonomic and shaped modern furniture pieces cause an impact of warm and welcoming feel. Each floor displays a tile unique to a specific city neighborhood and all the rooms are divided from the bathrooms with glass and iron curtain walls in keeping with the old industrial style of the area.
Eva Martinez‘s luxury and contemporary design of this hotel in Barcelona is effortlessly completed with a touch of mid-century and bright colors mixed with a Mediterranean vibe. Furthermore, it boasts a cool, trendy atmosphere and unique environment, world-class amenities, and dedicated personal service for a truly unforgettable hotel experience, all within the walls of Pablo Picasso’s first studio in the vibrant Barrio Gótico.
For dining, the Serras Hotel has a modern restaurant with an open kitchen and grill. This is helmed by Marc Gascons. Inside the luxury hotel, there is also a library on the Mezzanine and overlooking the lobby and restaurant.
The first studio of Pablo Picasso is now the Serras Hotel, one of the most expensive hotels in Barcelona. For the thirty modern bedrooms and suites, Eva Martinez has created a contemporary yet comfortable atmosphere, often referencing the building’s rich history. Situated in a neo-classical building, this luxury hotel also has a rooftop bar and an amazing pool that overlooks all the marina.