In a world where pastel-coloured backdrops set Instagram users pulses racing to heights seen over on nearby Ibiza, Ricardo Bofill’s 1973 La Muralla Roja remains as a photographic ecstasy paradise. Revisiting the apartment complex in Calpe, Spain artist and photographer Andrés Gallardo took the name – meaning The Red Wall – as inspiration for his infrared photography theme entitled ‘La Muralla Infrarroja’… see what he did there?

The latest series of images by Gallardo sees the various colourful hues of the geometric architecture turn into a dreamlike haze against the blue sea and sky. The Spanish photographer has gone against the grain by capturing the space in an uncharacteristically different light to that that so many adore it for.

The contrast between his original and this infrared set is exemplary of Gallardo’s statement that “the best thing about La Muralla Roja is that a photographer could visit it several times and keep taking totally different photos.”