Tattoo Parlour

140 m2 of small dark and narrow spaces turn after demolition into two large spacious rooms: one opening to the street, another to the backyard. The first one serves now as a large drawing and reception space, receiving natural light from the street through the recovered archway. The backspace contains four cabins shaped by light metal walls acting as screens, providing privacy but allowing certain crossed views. A socket of clean surfaces protects these aseptic chambers and detaches them from the public areas, where existing elements such as gallery arches or ceramic walls are highlighted as well as the colorful tattoo samples. Photo: Adrià Goula