When Ricardo Bofill stumbled upon a dilapidated cement factory in he immediately saw a world of possibilities. La fábrica was born, and almost 45 years later, the structure has been completely transformed into a spectacular and unique home.
This one belongs to architect Ricardo Bofill’s and it serves as his Barcelona home and office. Bofill found the abandoned cement factory in 1973 and transformed it into a livable space but highlighting its the industrial and raw feel.
This picture represents being a Transcendentalist because one way you can be one is to live in nature and be one with nature, and whoever lives here is definitely doing that. This place looks like a very nice place to live to appreciate nature everyday.
Photographer Salva López captured the cubist heights and halls of Walden Ricardo Bofill’s utopian vision for social living in Sant Just Desvern, Spain. Together with Monocle he discovers a community-minded building that turned science fiction into harm