Designed by Ramón Esteve the La Finca house is located in a residential area of the mountains of Madrid, where the vegetation is so lush that it becomes very important.
Casa Miga, Madrid Rio home design by OOIIO Architecture, refurbishment of cozy apartment in Madrid River: large urban Masterplans resulting in major city interventions directly influence the small scale.
“The natural world and the artificial world are becoming interchangeable. Change will happen very rapidly”. The Norman Foster Foundation presents Digital X Workshop with public debates in the Madrid headquarters.
Designed by Ciszak Dalmas, Andrea Tognon, Studio Pepe and the Max Mara design office the first flagship store in Spain for MAX&Co., the Italian fashion brand with an innovative approach to fashion, is now open in Madrid.
Vinoteka Ardoka Madrid bar interior design by mecansimo Architects on Ponzano Street, a gastronomic and trendy area of the Spanish capital, reusing elements and materials from Spanish bar typology, “castiza”.
Norman Foster Foundation Urban Mobility Workshop in Madrid, with a public debate exploring how new technologies could open up an exciting range of opportunities in the infrastructure of movement.
Foster + Partners newest project in Madrid has been announced – the comprehensive refurbishment of the Plaza Colón building at the heart of the city.
OOIIO Architecture developed a deep refurbishment in a cattle farm, located in a privileged enclave of the fields of Castilla, to adapt it to sports facilities for the training and care of jumping competition horses.
The Museo Arqueológico Nacional, founded in 1867, specialises in historical artefacts from the Iberian peninsula and is supplemented by an Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Islamic collection. The permanent exhibition displays around 13,000 exhibits.
Updated photos by Simon Garcia. The Caixa Forum was designed by the world-famous Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron from 2001 to 2007. The building combined an old abandoned electrical station with new construction of floors which are encased with oxidized cast-iron
Designed by Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos and located in the city’s financial heart, just a few steps from La Castellana, the project the project is a benchmark for innovation, sustainability and design, developed by Zurich Group, to accommodate offices, achieving the A Energy Performance Certificate and the LEED Gold rating.
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Design: OOIIO Architecture. New headquarters via a refurbishment of disused spaces located just in front of the Madrid River Park, a large green urban space built after the burial of the M-30, one of Madrid’s ring roads.
Architect: Ramon Esteve Estudio. This house is located in a residential area of the mountains of Madrid, where the vegetation is so lush that it becomes very important. The plot borders a lake that the house opens to.
Design: A-cero, architects. Two parallel planes in a totally vertical line go through the construction as a double architectural skin that turns into the residence´s leitmotif. The house is developed around this axis by a group of linked cubes making a harmonic series of volumes.
Design: Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos. The new building hosts the Universidad Popular, the headquarters of the PhotoEspaña International Centre in Alcobendas, as well as a media library and a citizen’s advice service of the City Council.
College of Architects of Madrid (COAM) with The Why Factory and TU Delft announce the opening of the exhibition “The Why Factory: Research, teaching and public engagement (2006-2016)” reflecting on a decade’s research on the future of cities.
Museo del Prado expansion design by Gluckman Tang Architects, the only US architectural practice out of eight finalists in an international competition featuring the world’s foremost architecture firms.