Green living in Barcelona

Here’s what we all dream of, a surreal and innovative getaway. For those willing to spend 80.000 € for this 45m2 studio apartment setup on Barcelona’s river, it’s up for grabs. The lofts are solar-powered and fit into the landscape. You can get innovative with the open space available and partition it into nay living space you require during your pleasant stay.

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It’s a really nice investment, if you have the financial resources to purchase it. The location in great and the surrounding open space is a really rare option. This is what a lot of people dream of. A beautiful, not too big mansion, located in a beautiful and quiet place, and a piece of land around it where they could build anything they want. You could use the space to create a nice garden and a beautiful place for you to enjoy some relaxing time, or you could use it to make an outdoor terrace, a place where you can invite your friends and family and have a nice time.

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The houses are relatively small, but considering the fact that they would only be used a small amount of time every year, it’s enough. It’s a very beautiful getaway where you can go to relax and forget about all your problems and worries. The stress will instantly go away.



Published by in Architecture, on February 22nd, 2010

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