Some pix below of the exterior and entrance to the hip, environmentally-conscious and well-designed Casa Camper Hotel in Barcelona. The hotel is an aesthetic offshoot of the famous Mallorca-based global footwear brand Camper.
In the minimalist courtyard adjacent to MACBA, Barcelona’s centerpiece modern and contemporary art museum, there’s large sign — itself a work of art — that displays the made-up word “Ravalejar,” a neologism in the Catalan language. The sign explains the part of speech and usage of “Ravalejar,” which alludes to
Street art in the old Barri Gotic quarter of Barcelona, Spain.