[dropcap_sty color=”” back=”” font_weight=”normal/bold”]T[/dropcap_sty]he beautiful and vibrant city, amongst the greatest in the world, continues to establish itself as a leading force in creativity. Streaming their vast resources and unique spirit through a variety of mediums the Catalan capital build further upon a remarkably colorful past and solidify an important place in the globes imaginative and innovative future.
[dropcap_sty color=”” back=”” font_weight=”normal/bold”]A[/dropcap_sty]t the Barcelona’s center, adjacent to the business district stands the Design Hub. The modern architectural gem situated in the midst of one developed business centric grid and another senescent matrix of warehouses and past industrial productiveness which is now slowing being taken over by several creative agencies, exhuberates the modern touch yet in the true creative spirit of a city with so much expressive historical rooting pays due homage to the Barcelona’s inspired and productive past. MORE
[dropcap_sty color=”” back=”” font_weight=”normal/bold”]A[/dropcap_sty]s part of a citywide movement, architects Manuel Ruisánchez and Francesc Bacardit repurposed a 100-year-old industrial building in Barcelona into a creative space. Located in the Sant Andreu district, the old Fabra & Coats textile mill has been reincarnated into the The Creation Factory, home to exhibits on the lower levels, incubator spaces on the intermediate floors and a dance area and theatre on the top floor. MORE
[dropcap_sty color=”” back=”” font_weight=”normal/bold”]I[/dropcap_sty]n the midst of the metropolis of Barcelona emerge two of the world’s most re-known music & cultural festivals in Primavera & Sonar. Founded by Spaniards and held in their back yard, beyond just providing a playground for musicians, artists, fans, scientific entrepreneurs, and creatives of all walks to indulge their spirits, these festivals drive massive traffic and attention to the city’s endless appeal as well as push the envelope of what is realizable with a whet ambition and vision in tact. MORE
BARCELONA in Flow-Motion – A fast moving short film by Rob Whitworth.