Gallery: Herzog & de Meuron Repurpose Old Madrid Power Station With a L...

If you're in Madrid strolling along the Paseo del Prado (aka Museum Mile), make sure to take a slight detour off to the CaixaForum, a post-modern art gallery designed by Swiss ar­chi­tects Herzog & de Meuron. Not only will you experience a 1900s power plant renovated into a stunning modern space, but you'll also get to see a lush living wall installation by Patrick Blanc - a two-for-one experience. The striking adaptive reuse project was completed in 2007 when the industrial building was gutted, and it now features a fantastic rusty expansion on the top.

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  1. PlauffNaH May 24, 2011 at 8:01 am

    Ne icin, tesekkur ariyordum

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