It may look like the headquarters of a comic-book super hero or a post-apocalyptic hideout, but this converted factory doubles as an office and residence for its creator, Ricardo Bofill, who is located in Sant Just Desvern, Barcelona, Spain.
Bofill and his team at Taller de Arquitectura completed the project in 1975 after a massive renovation that involved the demolition of 22 of the abandoned factory’s 30 original silos.
Spanish architecture firm, A-cero Architects, has designed the House in Santander.
Located in Santander, Spain, this contemporary home was realized using mainly concrete, glass and wood as principal materials. Built on a significant slope, the combination of different volumes helps to integrate the house properly into its plot, while allowing for south facing views onto the River Miera.
This three bedroom, two bathroom loft on two floors is located in West Village, the western portion of the Greenwich Village neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan, USA.
The loft boasts 16 foot ceiling on the upper floor and totals 3,608 square feet, including an open 1,395 square foot lower level.