LoftLife takes a look into The Cement Factory loft, Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill’s legendary and unusual live/work complex in Barcelona. Originally, the space was, in fact, a cement factory but it also resembles a cathedral with its high, narrow windows and gothic-style arches.

Today, the factory serves as Ricardo’s personal home, as well as offices, laboratories, and a venue for exhibitions, lectures, and concerts.

Take a look inside.

The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill in main architecture  Category

The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill in main architecture  Category

The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill in main architecture  Category

The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill in main architecture  Category

The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill in main architecture  Category

The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill in main architecture  Category

The Cement Factory Loft in Barcelona by Ricardo Bofill in main architecture  Category

Photography by Verve via LoftLife.