History La Muralla Roja

!973, La Manzanera , Marina Alta (MA)

La Muralla Roja (lit. ’the Red Wall’) is a postmodern apartment complex in Manzanera, Calpe, Spain. It is designed by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill for the client Palomar S.A. in 1968[1] and fully constructed by 1973. It has been ranked among “Ricardo Bofill’s 10 Most Iconic Works”.

The Architect

Ricardo Bofill Leví (Catalan: [riˈkaɾðu buˈfiʎ ləˈβi]; 5 December 1939 – 14 January 2022) was a Spanish architect from Catalonia. He founded Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura in 1963 and developed it into a leading international architectural and urban design practice. 

The Perfect Furniture

The apartments were sold fitted. Here you can see some of the things you could find in the dining room like table and chairs. Still some owners have the original furniture.

Original furniture Muralla Roja

Early Times

Take a peek inside our Wonderworld


El Mandala de Armida

In the blog of Juananto you can find more history with stories and fotos from the Manzanera place.

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