The 1992 Olympic Games injected new life into Poblenou, a neighborhood that had once resembled a scene from a sooty cyberpunk film. Barcelona's massive neighborhood investment manifested into dining, nightlife, and beachside attractions along Poblenou's picturesque coast. Since the games, the neighborhood's rise has remained steady and thrill-seekers from around the world continue to transform the area into a vibrant hub on the verge of ultimate esteem.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
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Lorenzo Vecchia is a Barcelona-based photographer specialising in architecture, interiors and still life. He is fascinated by digital photography as the creative process continues beyond the moment when the image is captured. Working out of his studio in Barcelona's old town, his graphic aesthetic has led him to work for a variety of clients from advertising through to editorial and design.
The Weaver House
Hannah and Kelty are twin sisters from Portland, Oregon. After studying foreign languages together at Stanford University they parted ways, moving to Barcelona & San Francisco. Re-uniting in 2010, they launched The Weaver House: a collaboration in photography, design, and fashion. They shoot with polaroid, 35mm and digital, gravitating toward organic and unique personalities, spaces, and unions.