Back in February 2011 I profiled the stunning Barcelona Cement Factory which was converted to a residence in 1973 by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill. It remains to this day the single most cherished residential design ever featured here on FEELguide. Now the team at NOWNESS gives us an exclusive video tour of the home above. Ricardo Bofill founded the design firm Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura (RBTA) back in 1963, the same firm responsible for Les Halles and the Christian Dior headquarters in Paris, as well as JP Morgan’s skyscraper in Chicago, and the Shangri-La Hotel in Beijing. The Cement Factory in Barcelona is more than 5,000 sq. ft., and comes with 8 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. The music you will hear in the NOWNESS feature above is from The Academy of Ancient Music & Paul Goodwin entitled “Tavener: Funeral Canticle” and you can hear it in full at the bottom of this post.