Over in Barcelona, architects Lluís Corbella and Marc Mazeres once again demonstrate the power of adaptive reuse with a renovation that melds modern touches with a 1930s dairy. The resulting loft-style residence keeps the original facades, roof, ceiling beams, and brick pillar at the heart of the home. Meanwhile, new metal beams, glass walls, and a suspended walkway create a series of airy, cavernous spaces.
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