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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.

Turning an old cement factory into an incredible residence

Turning an old cement factory into an incredible residence

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A Secret Roof Garden on Top of an Abandoned Building in Patras, Greece. The secret roof garden is located at the corner of Filopoimenos and Riga Feraiou streets

collaboration with architect steven harris, uptown nyc townhouse

New York - Steven Harris Architects. An open courtyard separates the ground-floor sitting room from the home office.

Plantaria uma arvore de mamao, abacate, goiaba, algo de altura media.

<Meditation Space>I am going to build an enclosed deck out back, and I am so going to open several (shaded) skylights since I am in the desert, and I hope to plant a tree inside, with rows of garden boxes and a water feature with a BBQ.

Cactus Garden at Dar Al Hossoun, Morocco

A backyard in a desert region made to be a cactus and succulent sanctuary; nothing to mow, and everything thrives in an arid environment yet looks lush and green.

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dreamy rustic homes gardens, architecture, curb appeal, Wild garden in an abandoned building

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space defined by modern pergola over outdoor dining furniture and an outdoor living room on raised platform with a paneled wall as a backdrop. Straight lines go with the modern architecture of the home.

A former Cement Factory is now the workspace and residence of architect Ricardo Bofill

This is Architect Ricardo Bofill’s home in Barcelona, Spain. It was once a cement factory and now houses Bofill’s family and his architect firm. None of the garden existed until the ongoing renovations.

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