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Family of Three Thrives Inside a Beautiful, Modern 269 Sq Ft Tiny Studio Outside Madrid

Family of Three Thrives Inside a Beautiful, Modern 269 Sq Ft Tiny Studio Outside Madrid

Inside the apartment, the "living box" uses specific geometry to frame the mountain landscape through a single long window that provides light for the whole space. Placed in the center of the apartment is

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Madrid Launching Smart Parking Meters That Charge Based on Vehicle Pollution

Madrid Launching Smart Parking Meters That Charge Based on Vehicle Pollution

Madrid is one of the most polluted cities in the European Union, however city officials are fighting back against air pollution by launching the first smart parking meter system to charge based on vehicle

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Madrid’s Matadero Unveils Quirky Artistic Potlatch Event for El Ranchito 2014

Madrid’s Matadero Unveils Quirky Artistic Potlatch Event for El Ranchito 2014

All of the Potlatch gifts include four main elements that are designed to create a transformable "art neighborhood." Each artist will receive a main structure that is made up of six foldable greenhouses,

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Elii Architects Equip Tiny Madrid Studio with a Host of Quirky Space-Saving Features

Elii Architects Equip Tiny Madrid Studio with a Host of Quirky Space-Saving Features

The owner of the studio, Dido Fogué, worked with the design team to not only achieve the optimal amount of useable space in her little Spanish haven, (nicknamed the Didomestic Home) but to do so in her

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Madrid Gets Ready to Launch its First Electric Bike Sharing Program

Madrid Gets Ready to Launch its First Electric Bike Sharing Program

Madrid is making it easier and greener to get around town with its first electric bike-share program. Dubbed BiciMad, the program mirrors similar programs in place in Barcelona, London and Paris where

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Elderly Madrid Man Builds Incredible Spanish Cathedral Entirely From Trash

Elderly Madrid Man Builds Incredible Spanish Cathedral Entirely From Trash

While the cathedral's design is loosely based on St. Peter’s Cathedral, Don Justo has created no formal drawings or engineering plans. His background in farming did not stop him from taking on such a

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Patrick Blanc’s Lush Vertical Garden is a Green Oasis in the Middle of Madrid

Patrick Blanc’s Lush Vertical Garden is a Green Oasis in the Middle of Madrid

In a city warmed by constant sun in the summer, locals are constantly looking for a way for temporary relief from the blistering sun. Blanc’s gorgeous green wall does just that, beckoning visitors to

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Madrid’s New Repsol Campus Achieves LEED Platinum Certification

Madrid’s New Repsol Campus Achieves LEED Platinum Certification

It’s not often that we see oil companies making serious environmental initiatives an integral part of their corporate portfolio, but at least one company is seemingly coming out as a leader by

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Modern Silicom House in Madrid Peeks Out from a Leafy Allotment

Modern Silicom House in Madrid Peeks Out from a Leafy Allotment

The Silicom House peeks out from a gentle slope in Madrid that is surrounded by the allotment's luscious greenery. The family home sits in a sunk-in design and to access it one has to go around gorgeous

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Olalquiaga Arquitectos Unveils Social Housing Complex for Eco-Boulevard Near Madrid

Olalquiaga Arquitectos Unveils Social Housing Complex for Eco-Boulevard Near Madrid

The Eco-Boulevard, designed by Ecosistema Urbano, is located in the Vallecas suburb just outside of Madrid, Spain. Olalquiaga Arquitectos's design for this 13,773 square meter site was based on the ideal

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La Cosa: Historic Madrid Sawmill Transformed into Thriving Arts Center with Glowing LED Facade

La Cosa: Historic Madrid Sawmill Transformed into Thriving Arts Center with Glowing LED Facade

Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos' flexible renovation for Medialab-Prado is nicknamed The Thing (La Cosa). The project occupies the original walls of the mill, but the interior is made up of lightweight and

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Striking Corten Steel Umbrellas to Shade Madrid’s 2010 Shanghai Pavilion

Striking Corten Steel Umbrellas to Shade Madrid’s 2010 Shanghai Pavilion

3Gatti's Francesco Gatti was inspired by the hot summer months in Shanghai, when just about everyone carries colorful parasols. He decided to spin this common shading system in a way that would be

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Shigeru Ban’s Innovative IE Paper Tube Pavilion Opens Today in Madrid

Shigeru Ban’s Innovative IE Paper Tube Pavilion Opens Today in Madrid

Shigeru Ban is on a roll these days - the internationally acclaimed architect just added yet another newly finished building to his 2013 roster. Today Ban presided over the official opening of the IE

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Swirling LED Lights Kick Off the Holiday Season in the Streets of Madrid

Swirling LED Lights Kick Off the Holiday Season in the Streets of Madrid

Several celebrated artists and other creatives will brighten up Madrid's festive season this year, but Sapey was responsible for transforming Serrano Street - one of the city's lease charismatic areas

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A Clever Façade of Corten Steel Shutters Revitalizes San Vincente Ferrer Home in Madrid

A Clever Façade of Corten Steel Shutters Revitalizes San Vincente Ferrer Home in Madrid

Despite the constraints of strict building regulations, James & Mau managed to embolden this historic locale in Madrid with their progressive material choices. Not only does the Corten steel

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Escaravox is a Greenhouse-Inspired Pavilion on Wheels in Madrid

Escaravox is a Greenhouse-Inspired Pavilion on Wheels in Madrid

The structure is located in Matadero Madrid, a former slaughterhouse in Madrid's Arganzuela district that is now used as a multi-functional public space and cultural playground, housing various types of

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Madrid’s Palacio de Cristal is a Unique Art Venue in an Industrial Revolution-Era Botanical Garden

Madrid’s Palacio de Cristal is a Unique Art Venue in an Industrial Revolution-Era Botanical Garden

Inspired by London’s Crystal Palace, the glass-domed structure was built in the shape of a Greek cross at the height of the Industrial Revolution, and was completed in just 4 months.  Panes of glass

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Madrid’s Atocha Station Doubles as an Indoor Botanical Garden and Turtle Sanctuary

Madrid’s Atocha Station Doubles as an Indoor Botanical Garden and Turtle Sanctuary

The original station dates to 1851, and it was rebuilt in 1892 after a fire. Sprawling underneath a lengthy skylight, the indoor garden occupies the area that used to house the old train landings prior to

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Inhabitat is Looking for Photographers for the 2012 European Solar Decathlon in Madrid!

Inhabitat is Looking for Photographers for the 2012 European Solar Decathlon in Madrid!

Calling All Europe-Based Photographers! Are you a shutter bug with a passion for architecture located in or around Madrid, Spain? Inhabitat is looking for a couple of on-scene photographers to snap

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Soccer Team Real Madrid to Build $1 Billion Artificial Island Resort in UAE

Soccer Team Real Madrid to Build $1 Billion Artificial Island Resort in UAE

Spanish soccer super-team Real Madrid have announced plans to construct a $1 billion luxury resort in the United Arab Emirates - and to ensure a truly unique location, the sports company plans to

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Avant Garde Cineteca Madrid Glows With Dozens of LED Tubes

Avant Garde Cineteca Madrid Glows With Dozens of LED Tubes

Cineteca Madrid's library is intersected by a trapezoidal staircase woven with clear plastic tubes filled with energy saving LED lights that give off just enough light to allow visitors to browse an

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Luzinterruptus’ Luminous Recycled Bottles Cascade From Dismantled Drinking Fountains in Madrid

Luzinterruptus’ Luminous Recycled Bottles Cascade From Dismantled Drinking Fountains in Madrid

Over the last 30 years more than 50% of Madrid's public water fountains have been dismantled. Luzinterruptus' latest intervention, dubbed "Drinking Water Running Through the Streets", uses the public

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A.M.A. Headquarters in Madrid is a Big Steely Building with a Tiny Footprint

A.M.A. Headquarters in Madrid is a Big Steely Building with a Tiny Footprint

In order to balance on its minimalist ground level, the enormous building features two 25 foot raised cantilevers. These angled ends house the client reception area and an auditorium. The open glass

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Partially Submerged Vallehermoso Sports Complex in Madrid Emulates Surrounding Foliage

Partially Submerged Vallehermoso Sports Complex in Madrid Emulates Surrounding Foliage

Located in the Chamberi district of Vallehermoso, the new complex will house basketball courts, a soccer field with track and stadium seating, a fitness center, a fencing area, indoor and outdoor pools, a

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Museo ABC: Renovated Madrid Factory Shines With a Glittering Mosaic Facade

Museo ABC: Renovated Madrid Factory Shines With a Glittering Mosaic Facade

Through extensive renovations the factory has been transformed into a cultural icon that celebrates the creative spirit of Madrid. The two wings of the existing building are now connected with a gorgeous

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Implanted Nature: Light Artists Luzinterruptus Spotlight 50 Tiny Plants on the Streets of Madrid

Implanted Nature: Light Artists Luzinterruptus Spotlight 50 Tiny Plants on the Streets of Madrid

Light artists Luzinterruptus recently spotlit 50 small ecosystems living in the harshest and greyest areas of Madrid by creating tiny "greenhouses" around them. The exhibition, called Implanted Nature,

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Arganzuela Footbridge: Spiraling Conical Bridge Spans Madrid’s Manzanares River

Arganzuela Footbridge: Spiraling Conical Bridge Spans Madrid’s Manzanares River

The Arganzuela Park was created after two embankment roads along the river were removed. The footbridge was designed to connect the left bank with the right bank of the river. Designed as two conical

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Sleek and Modern “Casa Paz” Dangles Over a Jaw-Dropping Cliff in Madrid

Sleek and Modern “Casa Paz” Dangles Over a Jaw-Dropping Cliff in Madrid

The team was limited by finances and materials, so they decided to use a metal-frame (which looks like a shipping container) that was stacked on top of large concrete pillars. To keep costs low, only

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