Architecture Week Madrid 2018
Architecture Week Madrid
Untill October 7, Madrid celebrates the 15th Architecture Week with an aim to promote and place value on architecture and urban development and bring them closer to the public. The event aims to invite a different city each year, creating specific contents between Madrid and the chosen city. The Architecture Week is organized to give architecture the important place it deserves, both at a global and national level. If you are visiting Madrid, get the most unique experience with BE Apartment in the best luxury apartments in Madrid and other famous cities, for your security, pleasure and comfort. In the 15th edition of Architecture Week in Madrid, Milan is the guest city. It will be an example on how to deal with different topic on design, like new urban development issues with similar problems both cities have had, the sustainability issues of 2020, Milan 2030 Pact and others.
The 15th Architecture Week in Madrid organizes visits and routes through more than 50 important buildings of great architectural and historical value, activities for children, an architect’s designer market (Pop Arq Store) and as this year’s new feature, family-friendly places on the weekends held at Madrid Río, Capricho Park, Quinta de los Molinos, El Retiro Park and Juan Carlos I Park. The center of the activities will be the COAM headquarters, which is organizing and hosting over 20 architectural and urban development events together with other institutions in Madrid, which will also host events at their headquarters.
Over 50 famous Madrid buildings will open their doors for the 15th Architecture Week, here is the list of those you can visit: the Italian Embassy, Caixa Forum, La Zarzuela Racecourse, Fundación Giner de los Ríos, COAM – Antiguas Escuelas Pías de San Antón, ABC Serrano, Comunidad de Madrid Archives and Regional Library, Bank of Spain, Caja Mágica, CentroCentro Palacio de Cibeles, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Ciudad BBVA, Fundación Botín, Instituto Cervantes, Norman Foster Foundation, La Casa Encendida, Centro Cultural Conde Duque, Matadero, MediaLab Prado, Railway Museum, Spanish Royal Academy, The Westin Palace Madrid, Torre de Madrid and many others. As for the urban spacesyou can visit the Jardines de Palacio, Madrid of the Habsburg dynasty, Malasaña: Baroque and Romanticism and Great Modern Masters.