I am back from my honeymoon and in the process of playing catch up and getting back into the swing of schedules and work.
I thought I would write a quick post to say hello. While travelling through France and Spain, I consumed olive oil daily. It was wonderful. I ate it on salads, on fish, with bread and cheese and even took some sips straight up at a tasting bar. So it is only appropriate to share a photo related to olive oil. Here it is: An eco olive oil factory located in Chile which is quite impressive from an architectural standpoint.
Believe it or not, I have visited my fair share of factories and industrial properties both in Canada and in China and I don’t recall any of the factories I visited looking like Guillermo Hevia’s design for the Almazara Olisur Olive Oil factory in Santiago, Chile.
Is this what happens when architects get involved in industrial real estate spaces? Why don’t all factories look like this?