Courtesy Daily Mail/Ricardo Bofill

In 1973, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill discovered an abandoned cement factory with tall concrete towers outside of Barcelona. He believed its unique industrial charm warranted the structure a new homeowner. For the next 45 years, Bofill transformed the factory with eight silos into his home that also features “offices, a models laboratory, archives, a library, a projections room and a huge space known as 'The Cathedral,’” according to Daily Mail. Bofill now lives in the former factory and advocates that architects can turn any space into what they choose. Read the full article at the Daily Mail.

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