Bullshit Island

Barcelona Island will be an out of this world experience for all guests of ‘Mobilona Space Hotel’ who wish they could travel to distant galaxies. The man-made island in Barcelona will be built by a multinational consortium under the leadership of Mobilona’s Global CEO Jerome Bottari and represents an initial investment projected at €1.5 billion. Mobilona is committed to improving the climate by operating Barcelona Island with zero carbon emissions and by producing green energy for the people of Barcelona.” [emphasis added]

About Rafael Gomez-Moriana

I am an architect, writer and educator. rafagomo.com chronicles my architectural making, writing, teaching and curating activity, while criticalista.com is an archive of my writings as well as a platform for venting personal rants and observations. I studied architecture at the University of Waterloo (Canada) and at the Berlage Institute (the Netherlands). I direct the University of Calgary’s architecture term-abroad program in Barcelona, and have previously taught in the Metropolis Masters Program in Architecture and Urban Culture, CIEE Architecture and Design program, as well as at Carleton University and the University of Manitoba.


  1. First the cullons build a lame ass copy of a lame ass hotel in Dew-buy and now they are coping the sinking in their own sewage palm tree shaped turds… which is stoopider… to be the first to make poop or to see that it is poop and then copy it. If the Cagalans know one thing it is feces. Tio caga for president.

  2. Is this actually approved and happening? I thought there was more sense in Europe when it came to this kind of nonsense…. this would certainly prove otherwise.

  3. Carmela Torró Micó

    And less hope it will never be approved, like the one in Valencia:http://www.elmundo.es/elmundo/2007/11/20/suvivienda/1195589965.htmlSearch in google 'Luna Isla Valencia' and see what you find

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