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Ricardo Bofill's Cement Factory-Turned-Dream Home

The acclaimed Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill rescues an abandoned cement factory to serve as his home and headquarters. Yes. Barcelona Decor - Ricardo Bofill Architecture - ELLE DECOR

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Cement Factory Turned into an Amazing Home

Abandoned Barcelona cement factory reclaimed as office and living space. Outdoor entertainment area.

Ricardo Bofill’s utopian vision for social living found form in the cubist heights and halls of Walden 7. | Salva López

Ricardo Bofiil’s House in Cataluña, it was an old cement plant and he converted it in a house over the years

Walden 7 Apartments, Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill


Ricardo Bofill's Cement Factory-Turned-Dream Home

In the early 1970s, an abandoned cement factory on the western fringe of Barcelona stood as a crumbling relic of Spain's industrial past. Where some people would have been daunted or deterred by the vast and derelict site, the architect Ricardo Bofill was inspired. He envisioned it as the dramatic setting for his home and offices. The living room.


HOUSE TOUR: The Most Perfect Farmhouse In The Hamptons

Jaw-droppingly gorgeous architectural reclamation by Ricardo Bofill

from ArchDaily

Gallery of The Factory / Ricardo Bofill - 24

The Factory / Ricardo Bofill. In 1973 Ricardo Bofill found a disused cement factory, an industrial complex from the turn of the century consisting of over 30 silos, subterranean galleries and huge machine rooms, and he decided to transform it into the head office of Taller de Arquitectura.