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CaixaForum Madrid by Herzog & de Meuron

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The CaixaForum arts centre, which opened earlier this year in
Madrid, Spain, incorporates walls from a power station that previously
occupied the site. It includes galleries, administrative offices and a
restaurant in the upper levels, as well as an auditorium below ground

Malagamba’s website is now accessible to anyone and includes recent
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All photos here are copyright Duccio Malagamba and used with permission.
Here’s some more information about CaixaForum from Herzog & de Meuron:

A Magnet
The CaixaForum is conceived as an urban magnet attracting not only the
art-lovers but all people of Madrid and from outside. The attraction
will not only be CaixaForum’s cultural program, but also the building
itself, insofar that its heavy mass is detached from the ground in
apparent defiance of the laws of gravity and, in a real sense, draw the
visitors inside.

A new address for the arts
The CaixaForum-Madrid stands on an advantageous site facing the Paseo
del Prado and the Botanical Garden vis à vis. This new address for the
arts is located in an area occupied until now by unspectacular urban
structures, the Central Eléctrica Power Station, and a gas station.

The classified brick walls of the former power station are
reminiscences of the early industrial age in Madrid, while the gas
station, a purely functional structure, was clearly out of place. Like
a vineyard that could never develop its full potential because it was
planted with the wrong grape, this prominent location could not develop
its full potential. The demolition of the gas station created a small
plaza between the Paseo del Prado and the new CaixaForum in the
converted power station.

A spectacular transformation
The only material of the old power station that we could use was the
classified brick shell. In order to conceive and insert the new
architectural components of the CaixaForum Project, we began with a
surgical operation, separating and removing the base and the parts of
the building no longer needed. This opened a completely novel and
spectacular perspective that simultaneously solved a number of problems
posed by the site.

The removal of the base of the building left a covered plaza under
the brick shell, which now appears to float above the street level.
This sheltered space under the CaixaForum offers its shade to visitors
who want to spend time or meet outside and is at the same time the
entrance to the Forum itself. Problems such as the narrowness of the
surrounding streets, the placement of the main entrance, and the
architectural identity of this contemporary art institution could be
addressed and solved in a single urbanistic and sculptural gesture.

A construction below and a construction above ground
The separation of the structure from the ground level creates two
worlds: one below and the other above the ground. The “underworld”
buried beneath the topographically landscaped plaza provides space for
a theater/auditorium, service rooms, and several parking spaces.

The multi-storied building above ground houses the entrance lobby
and galleries, a restaurant and administrative offices. There is a
contrast between the flexible and loft-like character of the exhibition
spaces and the spatial complexity of the top floor with its
restaurant/bar and the offices. The surprising sculptural aspect of the
CaixaForum’s silhouette is no mere architectural fancy, but reflects
the roofscape of the surrounding buildings.

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