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
<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.
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.
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.