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Gallery of 14 Shades of Red: Projects to Fall in Love With on Valentine's Day

Gallery of 14 Shades of Red: Projects to Fall in Love With on Valentine's Day - 42

La Muralla Roja de Ricardo Bofill bajo el lente de Gregori Civera,© Gregori Civera

Galería de La Muralla Roja de Ricardo Bofill bajo el lente de Gregori Civera - 2

Image 2 of 18 from gallery of Ricardo Bofill's Red Wall Through The Lens of Gregori Civera. Photograph by Gregori Civera

Inspiring stairs

La Muralla Roja - I can't believe we're really here. Read the whole story on Zilverblauw.nl, link in bio.

Photographer Andres Gallardo Albajar captures the beauty of La Muralla Roja, a building designed by architect Ricardo Bofill.

Photographer captures the beauty of La Muralla Roja

Even if he lives in Estonia, the Spanish photographer Andrés Gallardo Albajar also explores the architectural secrets of his mother country, and specifically t

Sarreguemines Nursery / Michel Grasso

Sarreguemines Nursery / Michel Grasso + Paul Le Quernec

Image 5 of 24 from gallery of Sarreguemines Nursery / Michel Grasso + Paul Le Quernec. Courtesy of michel grasso + paul le quernec

https://flic.kr/p/q6ssLz | La Muralla Roja. Ricardo Bofill, 1973. Calpe, Alicante, España. | SansTitre_06

No words to describe Ricardo Bofill's work - La Muralla Roja (The Red Wall). It's located in Calpe, Alicante, and we think that it's a masterpiece! The Red Wall is like a fortress where color is transformed into pure emotion.

Pastels on buildings * Where does inspiration come from? * The Inner Interiorista

Pastels on buildings * Where does inspiration come from? * The Inner Interiorista Aesthetic Architecture Geometric Photography Pastel Colors

Architect, Ricardo Legorreta,

Ricardo Legorreta, a disciple of Luis Barragán, applied elements of Barragan's architecture in his work including bright colors, play of light and shadow, and solid Platonic geometric shapes.

Photographer Salva López captured the cubist heights and halls of Walden 7; Ricardo Bofill’s utopian vision for social living in Sant Just Desvern, Spain. Together with Monocle he discovers a community-minded building that turned science fiction into harmonious fact.

Photographer Salva López captured the cubist heights and halls of Walden Ricardo Bofill’s utopian vision for social living in Sant Just Desvern, Spain. Together with Monocle he discovers a community-minded building that turned science fiction into harm

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