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Ricardo Bofill - Cement factory home - 1973/75. video. #Architecture; #Ricardo Bofill; #house; #atelier; 5th Mar 2012 1,598 notes

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Architect spends 45 years converting dilapidated World

28/02/2017  THIS jaw-dropping house was once a World War One-era concrete factory before an architect spent 45 years turning it into his home. Ricardo Bofill

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Ricardo Bofill's cement factory home La Fábrica House ...

13/12/2019  The home of Ricardo Bofill, La Fábrica, is an abandoned cement factory outside Barcelona. The colossal (and ever ongoing) project saw the architect transform the existing property into a pioneering studio, with his family’s living space nestled inside. In an extract from 'Vision of Architecture', a new book about the work of architect Ricardo Bofill, we take a look at one of his most famous ...

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The Factory / Ricardo Bofill ArchDaily

15/11/2012  In 1973 Ricardo Bofill found a disused cement factory, an industrial complex from the turn of the century consisting of over 30 silos, subterranean galleries and

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Old Cement Factory Turned Into Home May Look Great

28/02/2017  In 1973, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill purchased a WWI-era cement factory near Barcelona. He immediately began renovating it into his home. After years of partial deconstruction, his team started to furnish the interior as a modern living space. The exterior was fitted with vegetation, and now overflows with lush greenery

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The Factory / Ricardo Bofill ArchDaily

15/11/2012  In 1973 Ricardo Bofill found a disused cement factory, an industrial complex from the turn of the century consisting of over 30 silos, subterranean galleries and huge machine rooms, and he decided ...

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Architect spends 45 years converting dilapidated World

28/02/2017  THIS jaw-dropping house was once a World War One-era concrete factory before an architect spent 45 years turning it into his home. Ricardo Bofill

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Old Cement Factory Turned Into Home May Look Great

In 1973, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill purchased a WWI-era cement factory near Barcelona. He immediately began renovating it into his home. After years of partial deconstruction, his team started to furnish the interior as a modern living space. The exterior was fitted with vegetation, and now overflows with lush greenery

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Architect Turns Cement Factory Into His Own Home ...

01/03/2017  In 1973, Ricardo Bofill found an abandoned, dilapidated cement factory outside of Barcelona, Spain. Although it was rundown, Ricardo saw something special in the cement factory.

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Architect Turns Old Cement Factory Into His Home, And

When Ricardo Bofill stumbled upon a dilapidated cement factory in 1973, 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.

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Ricardo Bofill and La Fa;brica: studio in a former cement ...

In 1973 Ricardo Bofill found an abandoned cement factory near Barcelona, and, with his characteristic visionary outlook, decided to convert it into his architecture studio. La Fàbrica now contains a big studio as well as Ricardo Bofill’s home, and is the perfect expression of the Spanish architect’s idea of architectural regeneration.

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Architect Ricardo Bofill turned an old cement factory

13/05/2020  What Ricardo Bofill bought in 1973 was a collection of a huge silo, chimmery, 4 kilometers of underground galleries, and engine rooms. In his own words In his own words “We toured the Factory with a kaleidoscopic vision, imagining future spaces and discovering that the different artistic and visual movements that had developed since the First World War coexisted there.

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Ricardo Bofill’s Cement Factory - Now a Unique Home ...

23/09/2017  Ricardo Bofill’s reconstructed Cement Factory is a poetic place that challenges conventional concepts of housing. It is a remarkable building for at least two reasons; it is both a masterful architectural solution for transforming an old cement factory into a beautiful residence, and an inspiring work studio.

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La Fábrica – Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura

The first encounter of our founder Ricardo Bofill Levi with the cement factory took place in 1973. Driving to the western suburbs of Barcelona, the landscape in Sant Just Desvern featured blocks of concrete, enormous silos, chimneys exhaling smoke. Still active at the time, the 31,000-square-meter industrial complex was to be dismantled a month ...

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The Factory by Ricardo Bofill Taller de ... - 谷德设计网

In 1973 Ricardo Bofill discovered a cement factory, part of an industrial complex from the turn of the century, comprising over 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms. He decided to transform it into his head office. Remodelling work lasted two years. The factory, abandoned and partially in ruins, was a compendium of surrealist elements—stairs that climbed up to nowhere ...

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Architect spends 45 years converting dilapidated World

28/02/2017  THIS jaw-dropping house was once a World War One-era concrete factory before an architect spent 45 years turning it into his home. Ricardo Bofill

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La Fabrica Cement Factory Home by Ricardo Bofill ...

1/39 La Fabrica Cement Factory Home by Ricardo Bofill. When Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill stumbled upon an abandoned cement factory in 1973, he saw opportunity in the ruins. Bofill

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Ricardo Bofill and La Fa;brica: studio in a former cement ...

In 1973 Ricardo Bofill found an abandoned cement factory near Barcelona, and, with his characteristic visionary outlook, decided to convert it into his architecture studio. La Fàbrica now contains a big studio as well as Ricardo Bofill’s home, and is the perfect expression of the Spanish architect’s idea of architectural regeneration.

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Ricardo Bofill’s Cement Factory Dream House

Ricardo Bofill’s cement factory journey began in 1973 with the goal of crafting his dream home. An enormous compound of silos and buildings that covered nearly two and a half miles of underground tunnels. Eventually, he bought The World War I era structure and its grounds in Catalonia, Spain. In addition, he modified the original structure in order to create an all-inclusive live/work space ...

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Architect turns old cement factory into incredible ...

When Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill stumbled upon an abandoned cement factory in 1973, he saw opportunity in the ruins. Bofill bought the early twentieth-century compound and, together with ...

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Ricardo Bofill’s Cement Factory - Now a Unique Home ...

23/09/2017  Ricardo Bofill’s reconstructed Cement Factory is a poetic place that challenges conventional concepts of housing. It is a remarkable building for at least two reasons; it is both a masterful architectural solution for transforming an old cement factory into a beautiful residence, and an inspiring work studio.

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Architect Ricardo Bofill turned an old cement factory

13/05/2020  What Ricardo Bofill bought in 1973 was a collection of a huge silo, chimmery, 4 kilometers of underground galleries, and engine rooms. In his own words In his own words “We toured the Factory with a kaleidoscopic vision, imagining future spaces and discovering that the different artistic and visual movements that had developed since the First World War coexisted there.

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Ricardo Bofill's futuristic apartments are available to ...

20/07/2019  In 1973 Bofill discovered an old cement factory on the outskirts of Barcelona, with its silos, smoke stacks, underground tunnels and stairs leading nowhere. La Fábrica became his home and office – a post-industrial cathedral that he ‘sculpted like a piece of art’, adding lush vegetation and life in the form of wild parties and concerts.

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Incredible Cement Factory Conversion in Barcelona [30

04/04/2011  In 1973 Ricardo Bofill discovered a cement factory, part of an industrial complex from the turn of the century, comprising over 30 silos, underground galleries and huge engine rooms. He decided to transform it into his head office. Remodelling work lasted two years. The factory, abandoned and partially in ruins, was a compendium of surrealist elements—stairs that climbed up to nowhere ...

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Inside the cement palace: Architect spends 45 years ...

01/03/2017  Inside the cement palace: Architect spends 45 years turning factory into one of most spectacular homes you'll ever see. For Ricardo Bofill, transforming La Fabrica - the factory - into a home

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