Catalonia is known the world over for its wines, and delicatessen. Barcelona boasts 39 food markets which offer quality fresh produce all throughout the year. The most famous one, especially among tourists, is the Boqueria. Like in many other city markets, one can have lunch there, but is not easy to find a seat at […]
The Hostafrancs neigborhood is home to one of the numerous Barcelona markets. One can find in this area character buildings and modern condos. I particularly like to play around with geometric shapes like the glass blocks we can see here.
Barcelona is surrounded by hills. The El Coll neighborhood, which is part of the Gràcia district, is located 300 meters above sea level. There, one can find, like in the rest of the area, escalators which make life easier for the residents.
The title of this photograph is “Seducció” in catalan, which means seduction. It looks as if the leaf at the top right is trying to attract the one at the bottom left.
With the recovery, the neighborhood of El Parc i la Llacuna del Poblenou is booming: new hotels, office buildings, co-working spaces, and design schools are popping up right and left. In the old days, there were mostly small factories and warehouses in that area, like the one which inspired this picture.
The neighborhood of Baró de Viver is part of the Sant Andreu district. There, one can find mostly brick buildings and housing projects. The good surprise was to come across the façade of this school decked with rectangles of colored material.
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