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A Sculptor’s Labyrinthine Home by Xavier Corberó


In an editorial story with the  Wall Street Journal, photographer Salva López walks us through the mind and home of Catalan artist Xavier Corberó. Spread over 38,750 square feet the artist explains his home aesthetic  “I like things that look like they’ve always been there,” says Mr. Corberó.

The Catalan labyrinth ‘casa sublim’ is a project he bugun in 1968 when the land was acquired and has emerged as a structure full of surprises and organic design. “I use reason to build things up so they don’t fall to pieces. But the motives behind all the rest are aesthetic, ethic, and if you will, divine.”

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