Old Cement Factory Turn Into Breathtaking Home Tauheed Ahmad March 2, 2017 Amazing & Incredible, Creative Minds, Interior Design 211 In 1973 Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill stumbled upon a cement factory in Catalonia, Spain, and a huge compound of silos and buildings that was well covered approximately two and a half miles of underground tunnels. He stumbled upon a dilapidated cement factory, but instantly saw a world of possibilities. Then he decided to turns old cement factory into his home and the interior will take your breath away. La fábrica was born, and almost 45 years later, the factory structure has been totally transformed into a remarkable and exclusive home. The cement factory is located just outside of Barcelona, once a WWI-era pollution machine that had closed down, and came with numerous repairs to be done when Ricardo Bofill and his team purchased it. Original construction to transform the sprawling series of buildings took a little over a year and a half. Once the dust cleared from the jack hammers and dynamite, Catalan craftsmen worked to add gardens and add in, model workshop, archive rooms, residence, and studio, a workspace for Bofill’s firm spread over four floors in the factory’s silos and connected by a spiral staircase. Therefore, after years of limited deconstruction, the strong-minded architect proceeded to lace the exterior of the property with flora, and furnish the interior as a modern living and work space. Moreover, La fábrica is work in progress continuously, to which Bofill likens his own life, as his visions for the forthcoming continue to change shape. The factory chimneys that once used for to fill the air with smoke now overflow with lush greenery. This is a true example of the lovely transformations that result from imaginative thinking. Bofill has created a perfectly programmed existence, a ritualized lifestyle that goes against his previously nomadic early life. Work space is also a crucial component here, as Bofill’s team uses part of the residence as a studio With enough creative thinking, any space can become something new and beautiful This gives the building a “mysterious aspect of romantic ruin that makes it unique and unrepeatable” The structure has been completely transformed into a spectacular and unique home The kitchen-dining room located in the ground floor is the meeting point for the family The exterior was laced with vegetation, and now overflows with lush greenery The exterior is mostly covered by grass, but also eucalyptus, palm, and olive trees The Cement Factory is a place of work par excellence Life goes on here in a continuous sequence, with very little difference between work and leisure La fábrica will always have further work to be done, which is part of its symbolic charm 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 Each room is designed with its own special purpose, and no 2 look quite alike Despite its incredible transformation, the factory is still a work in progress to this day This is a true example of the lovely transformations that result from imaginative thinking. Bufill likens the project’s constant evolution to his own lifestyle and creative visions After years of partial deconstruction, his team proceeded to furnish the interior as a modern living space A variety of indoor and outdoor relaxation spots can be found throughout the property Source: Designboom & Boredpanda Related PostsAstonishing Boutique Aircraft Interiors Bricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesThe Ikea’s Flat-Pack GARDEN for TowniesWater Tower Converted Into Livable HomeStylishly Coffee Table Strength in Simplicity by Bungee Cord TensionHow to Make Glow-in-the-Dark Table with Photo luminescent Resin? Amazing Color Changing Ice Cream as its melt.Exquisite Cake Looks like The Interior of a LibraryThe RV Vehicle for the End of WorldCreative Furniture Designed to Store the Bike in Rack to Save Space in Small ApartmentsFascinating Lamps That Dance Like JellyfishStylish Wood Sculptures Created from Discarded Tree Trunks and Branches Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.