From the palms of European architect Ricardo Bofill comes this unimaginable renovation of an previous cement manufacturing unit that turned out to be an distinctive architectural venture. The architect found an enormous cement manufacturing unit, a part of an industrial complicated from the flip of the century, comprising over 30 silos, underground galleries and engine rooms. This was to be his future house, after a renovation that reworked the place into a contemporary proof that previous allure might be introduced again to life.
After two years of arduous work, the residence was accomplished. By demolishing a part of the previous constructing and redefining the surface and inside area, the remaining eight silos resulted in a mixture of workplace areas, entertaining rooms, a modelling laboratory, archives, a library, a projection room and “The Cathedral”, a big area used for exhibitions or live shows. The residence is constructed to be an inventive area for each the inhabitant and his visitors.
Fabulous residence in an previous concrete manufacturing unit, industrial and Romanesque