Tag: Matadero Madrid

Inhabit the air | Santiago Cirugeda
31-10-2018 No Comments

Inhabit the air | Santiago Cirugeda

Inhabit the air is the name of this project that includes the construction of a house inside Nave 11, various actions and social and artistic interventions, a house planned by the Sevillian architect Santiago Cirugeda. The house has been built in collaboration with various associations of women, architecture students and volunteers, directed and trained by the Urban Recipes team (with extensive […]

VI Arquia/Próxima Festival: Relevant Practices 2018
07-08-2018 No Comments

VI Arquia/Próxima Festival: Relevant Practices 2018

The motto of this biennial RELEVANT PRACTICES, defined by the curator, invites us to reflect on the paradox produced by the international success of Spanish architecture (Pritzker Prize 2017, León de Oro at the Venezia Biennial, leadership of Spanish architects in international studies as well as teachers in leading Schools of Architecture) that does not correspond with the volume of […]

Nave 8b de Matadero Madrid | Arturo Franco
31-12-2014 No Comments

Nave 8b de Matadero Madrid | Arturo Franco

In a small ship of the former slaughter house of Madrid, the ship 8 B, have withdrawn the tiles of a cover from themselves in poor condition, have been piled up and have interfered inside to solve a need. Hitherto there might come the summary of this intervention. The slaughter house of Madrid was projected concerning 1907 and constructed during […]