Architect Ricardo Bofill stumbled upon an abandoned cement factory outside of Barcelona. The factory known as La Fabrica.
Innovative Spanish architect, Ricardo Bofill, metamorphoses an abandoned cement factory into a cosmopolitan living space fit for a king.
In Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill purchased a WWI-era cement factory near Barcelona. What He Did With it Will Blow Your Mind - The Home Designer Co.
archatlas: “ La Fábrica in Barcelona In the words of the architect Ricardo Bofill: We found enormous silos, a tall smoke snack, four kilometres of underground tunnels, machine rooms in good shape… This was in 1973 and it was our first encounter with.
I like that the focal point of the window view in this living space is a large tree.
I want a picture window with a Fabulous view.or even a tree lol: Fabulous indoor that seems outdoor living room.
Like to see inside other peoples' homes? Check out Housetohome's house tours, like this modern Californian home inspired by African design. Get decorating ideas from real people's homes
i love the way the outdoors was considered in the interior design. We are currently building a house for a client where the design wings around considered aged trees… can’t wait to share the pics with you!
An open workshop type interior that has plenty of room for space of large tables and walls to display work, signs and use as an art and craft like studio for school work, teaching, personal hobby or for an actual career.
Проверенный временем гениальный проект архитектора Ricardo Bofill
Completed in 2013 in Ciudad de México, Mexico. Images by Rafael Gamo. Havre 69 is located in the southern part of Paseo de la Reforma, Colonia Juarez, the most exclusive neighborhood in Mexico City during the years of.