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Studio of Art, Design and Glass by artist Javier Blanco since 1999, where shows his amazing Crystal Sculptures, along with his original Drawings and authentic Made in Barcelona Design objects.
Known by his interactive sculptures, shows his recent work: Crystal Pieces and Blister Packs, thermoformed pieces of glass human sized that represent the packaging of the ourselves marketing.
Also his original signed drawings and his limited edition Prints of LittleGaudi, a lovely character based on Gaudí, of who has made an illustrated book and various products such as T-shirts and bags.
You can also find original design objects, such as an armchair made of glass and other unique pieces of furniture, like the u-chair which combine many materials, colors and shapes. As well as lamps and objects of decorative design, often by recycling glass.
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Blanco Studio Art and Glass
Owner · Javier Blanco
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DEBOSC is a family fascinated by wood. The idea was Lluís’s, the father, who wanted to find new ways to relate to the material he had always worked with and that is an essential part of our everyday landscape in our hometown, Anglès. The rest of the family have joined a project that might be small, but that we feel very close to. We all have something to add to it: Lluís is the expert in the raw material (though we’re catching up!) and commercialization; Teia, the mother, is the problem solver and the handywoman that sews, wraps, and gives the final touch to the products we send your way; Raquel, the younger daughter, takes care of the image and artistic direction of the brand, and, together with Eva, the elder daughter (who tries to avoid any linguistic mistakes!), they handle social media and the website. As for the design, creation, elaboration and selling of our products, we all work (argue, stress over, get excited about…) on it, for there’s a lot to do around here!
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Debosc
Owner · Lluís Bosch
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Recycling and reusing - it’s our passion and you will find it all over our shop, from our products to our interior design. Banners, scaffolding nets, kites... all directly from the street to Demano.

What makes Demano’s products unique?

There is always a story to tell in all our products, always unique pieces with a past. All carefully made in Barcelona by local craftsmen.

The Demano store location:

The store is located in one of the coolest neighborhoods in Barcelona. Exhibitions of banners form different events in the city are hanging from our roof and scaffolding nets are covering our walls. All carefully made following our principles: recycling, reusing and reducing.

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Demano
Owner · Marcela Manrique
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FREE SHIPPING ALL ITEMS 11 TO 17 SEPTEMBER
Leather bags and accessories handmade by us in our Barcelona atelier.
We love what we do and we take care of all the details.
Our items are made with high quality natural leather from Spain and Italy.
This leather has been tanned and dyed according the strict environmental rules in European Union.
We hope you enjoy our handcrafted and exclusive items.
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JUAN-JO gallery
Owner · Anna & Laura B-G
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mundoconalma* is a universe of magical pieces with the intention of creating positive emotions, illusion and transformation. The interest in yoga, medi- tation and personal growth awoke Cristina Gascon’s passion.

Cristina is a designer from Barcelona who creates beautiful and special items to transmit spiritual knowledge through them: goddesses, angels, stars, hearts become necklaces, bracelets, ritual kits,
calendars and more... each creation of mundoconalma*, is especially designed for women connected with sensitivity, intuition and the feminine power of transformation.

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mundoconalma*
Owner · Cristina Gascón
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Ecofriendly fashion brand based in Barcelona. Woman and kids clothing made of GOTS certified organic cotton.
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Tiralahilacha
Owner · Paz Villarroel
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Located just around the corner from the Picasso Museum in the trendy Born district, Almacen Marabi displays its rainbow-hued wares against a backdrop of warm tones and soft lights. Handmade rag dolls and patchwork figures of all shapes and sizes fill the small store with life and color. Born in Argentina, owner Mariela Marabi studied Fine Art and always took an interest in sculpture. Her quirky designs for textile dolls and puppets pushed the boundaries of what sculpture could be. She dreamed of having her own work space and finally got her wish in 2001, when she opened Almacen Marabi - not just a workshop, but a stage to exhibit and sell her pieces directly. Almacen Marabit stocks Mariela’s soft fabric wallets, felt rings, brooches and keyrings, but it’s the dolls and animals which really shine. Not just for children, figures range from colorful giraffes, anteaters, penguins, and even a life-size kangaroo, to cheeky - and anatomically correct - nude figures.
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Almacén Marabi
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Back in 1979, when Raval was better known as the Chinese quarter, Albert Padrol and his partner decided to open a small shop dedicated to their passion for travel and books. Moved by a bookshop they had once encountered near Notre Dame in Paris, they sought out distinctive and inspirational publications to fill the modest space. Over time they became well informed enough to expand their roster of travel books and soon had no other choice but to find a larger shop to house the ever-growing collection. Fast-forward to today and you can see their passion for travel literature certainly had wings. Now occupying a 1000 square meter space in the bustling Exiample district, Altaïr stocks over 60,000 publications organized by country and covering all aspects of travel. There is something for every imaginable audience here, from phrasebooks in Farsi and waterproof maps of Mount Everest to luxury travel guides to Miami and coffee-table photography tomes for the armchair traveller. Add to that Altaïr’s own magazine, covering topics as broad as Mayan culture and world-class railway journeys, and it is practically impossible not to find what you’re looking for here. Comfortable sofas are surrounded by maps and globes in the reading area, encouraging you to relax as you plan the trip you had always dreamed of taking with the world at your fingertips.
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Altaïr
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If it hadn’t already garnered cult status and substantial press coverage, you probably wouldn’t stumble across Amato Sole. Since 2010, Sicilian-born Anna Maria Amato and Barcelona-bred Ramón Sole have been designing and constructing furniture from their workshop/showroom. Originally located in Raval, the couple relocated in 2012 to a quiet residential street in the Gracia district. “There's something honest about working with organic materials, especially when they have aged. They have more personality,” says Sole, leaning against one of their coffee-tables - an antique leather suitcase with legs. “We source wood, pieces of iron, interesting objects and broken lamps from wherever we can and breathe new life into them.” The couple makes many pieces to order and have furnished several Barcelona restaurants with their down to earth, rustic style, notably Suculent in Raval. Sole loves to experiment with Surrealist ideas while his background in industrial design from Barcelona University helps with the technicalities of furniture conception. Anna Maria’s education in architecture and love of interior design means that finished pieces are always pared-down to ensure a sense of simplicity. Visitors always feel at home here and it is clear that Amato Sole’s collaboration has produced a style unique to Barcelona, yet universally appealing for its sense of modesty and decorum.
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Amato Sole
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Thanks to his years working in the press departments of various fashion labels, Barcelona-born Alex González has always had his finger firmly on the fashion pulse. Finally in 2005, keen to taste the freedom of being his own boss, he took the plunge and opened Boo. After searching fruitlessly for a spot in the trendy Born district, the perfect location eventually chose him; an airy, modern space in the heart of cosmopolitan Gràcia. Alex’s past experience gave him a strong vision about what he wanted Boo to sell: premium American, British and Scandinavian clothing, including brands such as Modern Amusement, Ben Sherman, WeSC and Penguin. These are complemented by a hand-picked selection of quirky accessories, homeware, art books and travel guides. Running throughout is a distinct air of 1950s chic which ties nicely into Boo’s name, inspired by Boo Radley of classic 50s novel, ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’.
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Boo
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Opened by the Sans family in 1919, Cafés El Magnífico is a treasure trove of single-origin coffees from every corner of the world: from Ethiopia, Kenya and Java to Nicaragua, Colombia and India. From its base in the Borne district, El Magnífico toasts small batches of beans and grinds them to order for maximum freshness. It also stocks a range of espresso pots, cafetières and coffee filters. Something of an institution, Cafés El Magnífico helped introduce prestigious Jamaican Blue Mountain and Hawaiian Kona varieties to Spain, while current owner Salvador Sans regularly judges the annual Cup of Excellence world coffee awards. El Magnífico visits each plantation personally to ensure that all of its coffees are chosen not only for their aroma and intensity but also for their fairtrade credentials. Beans come from sustainable plantations - many certified organic - and growers are guaranteed a fair wage and access to clean water, safe housing and education.
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Cafés El Magnífico
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One hundred fifty years ago, the world was a much slower place. Things may have changed nowadays, but Casa Gispert believes the old ways are still the best. Open since 1851, E&A Gispert has been roasting nuts and coffee ever since, using an original wood-burning oven, the oldest of its kind in Europe. Roasting this way is a delicate, time-consuming process which needs to be constantly monitored, but Casa Gispert knows the unique flavor it produces makes all the effort worthwhile. Tucked in a tiny street facing the soaring Gothic church of Santa María del Mar, stepping into Casa Gispert is like stepping back in time, and the delicious scents of toasted hazelnuts, coffee and dried fruit give the shop a year-round festive feel. Alongside its own products, Casa Gispert stocks artesanal foods from around the world, including fine olive oils, Martelli pasta and fleur de sel. Taking home a gourmet hamper may be hard to resist.
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Casa Gispert
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