From the bones of a former chocolate factory, rising three stories on a historic block dating back to the late nineteenth century, architects Anna and Eugeni Bach fashioned a light-filled residence. The architects preserved the building’s stone-bearing facade and embarked upon different design directions for each of the floors within—from supporting a Catalan vault on the ground floor to employing large logs beneath brick and ceramic tile on the roof. Once industrial and now the home and studio of a family, everything has been adapted for private use, including the outdoor space. See more stunning photos at designboom.
La Bisbal, Spain’s Chocolate Factory Turned Residence