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An Abandoned Cement Factory Converted Into A Four-Storey Home

This property proves that you should never judge a book by its cover

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Photography: www.ricardobofill.com (LA FÁBRICA – READ)

What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you see an old building? For most people, it is the perfect setting for a horror movie waiting to happen, but for renowned architect Ricardo Bofill, it could be a lot more than that. 

Ricardo stumbled upon an abandoned cement factory in 1973 and instantly thought he can turn it into an amazing home. While exploring the place, he imagined everything he wanted to do to bring it back to life—from the remodeling to the styling of the space.

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