Eco Olive Oil Factory

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.

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Is this what happens when architects get involved in industrial real estate spaces? Why don’t all factories look like this?

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