In 1973, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill purchased a WWI-era cement factory near Barcelona.
He immediately saw potential in the building, and began renovating it into his home.
He stumbled upon a dilapidated cement factory in 1973 and soon after La fabrica was born. 45 years later, just outside of Barcelona, the structure has been transformed into a spectacular home.
Ricardo Bofill and his team decided to lace the exterior of the property with vegetation, and decorate the interior into the modern living work space. It is still in work progress today .
The industrial chimneys that once filled the air with smoke, now overflow with green. A great example of saving our planet and beautiful transformation from the artist and creative thinker.
An Artist Painted A Bunch Of Famous Celeb Men Going Down On Women. Yes that’s him!
Giving architecture sense
Story teller. Photography maker. Geometry seeker. Architecture lover. World explorer.
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Less seen images of famous and somewhat less popular painters, sculptors, architects at work.
Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination
Modern or retro, between the aesthetics of pin-up 50s and that of manga, tinged with pop and resolutely "hip-hop".
The series by Sebastian Errazuriz is a documentation of love, relationships, and personal vulnerability.
Bring colors to life
“Life Can Be a Fairytale, If You Break the Silence.”
Introducing Sipho Mabona, the cool paper-crafter pushing the boundaries.
Because the earth without Art is just "eh"