Studio Odile Decq has designed the architecture and the interiors for the new construction, luxury residential tower located along the Mediterranean Sea. Antares, which is also Decq’s first building in Barcelona, will be a unique addition to the skyline and makes a distinctive architectural statement.
Antares, will feature 89 residences and rise 30 stories, will feature spacious balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows and terraces providing panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea, the Catalan capital and the surrounding mountains. Antares will feature a curated collection of lifestyle and wellness amenities.
These include: the Sky Terrace which features an infinity pool on the building’s roof; a separate floor of wellness amenities including a state-of-the-art gym, yoga room, indoor pool and sauna, treatment rooms and relaxation areas; and spacious private garden area and porte-cochère.
Decq will present Antares as part of the European Cultural Centre and The Global Art Affairs Foundation’s exhibition “Time Space Existence” currently on view in Venice, Italy. Decq is also featured at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition, organized by La Biennale di Venezia. That installation features “Phantom,” the restaurant she designed for the Opéra Garnier in Paris. Source by Antares Barcelona, images Courtesy of Optimist Consulting.
Article by Marco Rinaldi