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  • Archetype and New Interpretation

    Matadero Nave 16, Madrid, Spain

    architects: Alejandro Virseda Aizpun
    text: Kóródy Anna és Vukoszávlyev Zorán
    photos: ICA Arquitectura

    South of the centre of Madrid on the bank of the River Manzanares the city’s slaughterhouse was built in the 1910s. The halls erected in the Historicizing style merging Neo-Mudejar features had been used up until the 1990s. The management of the city decided then to have a contemporary cultural centre moved into the buildings of fine orientation within the rehabilitation project of the waterfront as a continuation of the avenue Paseo del Prado with a string of museums. An architectural tender was published for the designs of the various halls and some of the winning ones have already been opened to the public. The hall named Nave 16 is a key design of the whole intervention as it borders on the former industrial site along the river from a new access. This way it functions as the main surface of communication with the city itself.

    architects: Inaqui Carnicero, Ignacio Vila, Alejandro Virseda –ICA Arquitectura
    client: Madrid Városháza, Area de Gobierno de las Artes