Hidden away off a small street two blocks east of the Passeig de Gracia metro stop, this small, sumptuous period piece is a classic boutique-hotel of the old-school mien. Traditionalists will feel right at home here, especially those that bristle at the.
Three relatively unknown Spanish architects – Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta - on Wednesday won the prestigious Pritzker Prize for modern works that are deeply rooted in their local surroundings. The choice was seen as a move away from .
The 12+1 street art project — which over the duration of 12 months welcomes 12 artists to create one piece of art on one wall — is an open-air pop-up gallery which can be found in the small city of l'Hospitalet de Llobregat ; often mistaken for a.
one of Spain's richest. On Thursday, some of the additional police officers deployed in the region were seen checking out of a hotel in the coastal town of Pineda de Mar amid two sets of protesters — one side yelling at them to leave and another showing.
MWC is mostly held at the Fira Gran Via, which is out in the suburb of L'Hospitalet de Llobregat , between Barcelona itself and the airport. The Fira ... MWC runs official shuttles from a range of hotels . ... Unfortunately, you need a local Spanish SIM.
She points to a graphic of the tumbling share price of CaixaBank, the biggest bank in Catalonia, a region which is threatening to split from Spain. "I have savings ... lots of things." Over in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat near Barcelona, David Fernandez.
Italian artist Frode (along with Spanish artist Joan Aguillò) painted the next walls, this time at the foot of Mount Vesuvius. Inspired by Demetra (which is the focus of this edition), Frode's features two horses — one white, representing the world of.
I have savings in CaixaBank, the little that I have saved up," says the 68-year-old, originally from Leon in northwestern Spain but resident in Catalonia ... lots of things." Over in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat near Barcelona, David Fernandez, a 42-year.
Once the infamous Malibu Riviera, a motel that welcomed the likes of James Dean, Marilyn Monroe and Bob Dylan (who wrote his 1975 album, Blood on the Tracks, there), a creative overhaul by LA-based creative agency Folklor has seen the icon reborn.
Inspired by the Beat Generation and footloose spirit of postwar America, the property — redesigned by Nicole Cota Studio — was built as a motel in the 1950s, and combines modernism and eclectic design; its lush interiors a showcase of tropical.
Mobile World Congress moved to the Fira Gran Via in 2013, a more remote location with a more spacious conference hall. Published: February 28, 2015 9:13 AM PST. Photo by: Stephen Shankland/CNET .