Barcelona Floors: Photographer Inspires Us To Look Down And Discover City’s Culture – Design You Trust

Barcelona Floors: Photographer Inspires Us To Look Down And Discover City’s Culture


While visitors to Barcelona are craning their necks towards the top of Sagrada Família, or looking out to sea at Barceloneta Beach, they might be missing one of the city’s most overlooked treasures — its floors. To tell the story of the historic Catalonian capital from the ground up, German photographer Sebastian Erras collaborated with Pixartprinting on the series Barcelona floors. The photographic report takes viewers on a visual journey through the city’s streets and landmarks, uncovering the intricate mosaic patterns and vibrant tile motifs native to the culture and community of the place.

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