The factory became a work of art itself. Warhol didn't stop working in fact. If he went home, everybody else would stay there shooting all night. The Factory was a kind of half way house for people going down, taking a lot of drugs, & Andy had the opportunity to play voyeur. He was attracted to addicts; he liked 'beauties or talkers'; they were his raw material. But they burn out.

The factory became a work of art itself. Warhol didn't stop working in fact. If he went home, everybody else would stay there shooting all night. The Factory was a kind of half way house for people going down, taking a lot of drugs, & Andy had the opportunity to play voyeur. He was attracted to addicts; he liked 'beauties or talkers'; they were his raw material. But they burn out.

Andy warhol's factory | Warhol on the famous red couch in the silver-lined Factory, 1967

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Andy warhol's factory | Warhol on the famous red couch in the silver-lined Factory, 1967

Built by Ricardo Bofill in Sant Just Desvern, Spain In 1973 Ricardo Bofill found a disused cement factory, an industrial complex from the turn of the century consisting ...

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Built by Ricardo Bofill in Sant Just Desvern, Spain In 1973 Ricardo Bofill found a disused cement factory, an industrial complex from the turn of the century consisting ...

The Factory by Ricardo Bofill on Nuji.com #ricardobofill #architecture #thefactory

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Andy Warhol working on a 'Flower' painting at The Factory, New York, March 1965

Andy Warhol working on a 'Flower' painting at The Factory, New York, March 1965

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