The project of The Madrigal House by architect Ramón Esteve combines two characteristic features: the straight lines that derive from the structures that frame each room and the use of materials in their natural state, such as wood, stone and concrete, which give the whole house a neutral and natural tone.

The barstools of Capdell’s Concord collection have been chosen by Ramón Esteve’s team because they comply with both principles, because of their sober design and straight angles and because of its light upholstery and wooden structure.

The gray tones of the natural stone and the white concrete create a contrast with the warmth of the wood used in essential design elements and they also find continuity in the structure of the Concord barstools, made of beech wood.