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former cement factory turned office.

An abandoned cement factory that dates from the first period of the industrialization of Barcelona was transformed into a workspace and residence for Spanish Architect Ricardo Bofill. Discover the unique elements of The Cement Factory now @ Yatzer!


House to Home - dens/libraries/offices - blue and white office, maritime wallpaper, nautical wallpaper, maritime blueprints, nautical blue p.


Splendide rénovation d'une usine de ciment

Converted Cement Factory :: Ricardo Bofill Check out the whole link and all the pictures.

Neutra, Kaufmann House, Palm Springs, 1947

aconversationoncool: Richard Neutra’s “Kaufmann Desert House” - Palm Springs, Ca. I just watched Visual Acoustics — The Modernism of Julius Shulman the other night and loved it. Julius Shulman is the photographer who made this image.

Begini kantor yang mengusung konsep open office, kantor terbuka yang menghilangkan sekat-sekat pemisah antar karyawan. #kantor #office #openoffice

Kantor Dengan Konsep Open Office

KRE House, Rumah bagi Hobi koleksi Mobil Apakah pernah mendapat pertanyaan dari Klien seperti ini? "Saya mau garasi yang muat sembilan mobil dan saya bisa

KRE house - “I want a 9 car garage and be able to enjoy viewing one of them in the living room.” Takuya Tsuchida designed exactly such a house, it has an elevator for one car from the garage to the living room.

In 1973, architect Ricardo Bofill found an abandoned turn-of-the-century cement factory in Sant Just Desvern, near Barcelona. Comprising over 30 silos and vast machine rooms, he transformed it into the head office of Taller de Arquitectura, incorporating a large living space within it. Photography: Ricardo Bofill, Richard Powers

Image 33 of 40 from gallery of The Factory / Ricardo Bofill. Photograph by Courtesy of Ricardo Bofill


Wormit House in Fife, by William Tunnell Architecture. Great contrast between the stone and the glass; I love how this extension just punches out from the building.

Cement factory conversion ricardo bofill barcelona spain

Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill’s legendary live/work complex in Barcelona, Spain; an abandoned cement factory comprised of over 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms.