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Loft Sucre in the Attic of a Former Distillery Built in 1916, Barcelona

Loft Sucre in the Attic of a Former Distillery Built in 1916, Barcelona (1)

Loft Sucre was designed by Spanish studio Barasona Diseño y Comunicacion and is located in an industrial building that served as a distillery in 1916, near the beach of Barcelona.

Loft Sucre in the Attic of a Former Distillery Built in 1916, Barcelona (2)

Loft Sucre in the Attic of a Former Distillery Built in 1916, Barcelona (3)

Loft Sucre in the Attic of a Former Distillery Built in 1916, Barcelona (4)

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Loft Sucre in the Attic of a Former Distillery Built in 1916, Barcelona (5)

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Loft Sucre in the Attic of a Former Distillery Built in 1916, Barcelona (12)

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