In early 2006, New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) hosted ‘On-Site: New Architecture in Spain’, an exhibition that documented the new face of Spanish landscapes, with more liveable cities, environmentally friendly buildings, renovated museums… In sum, a revolution led by architects from Spain and elsewhere that chose Madrid as the perfect location for innovation. Discover the buildings that are bound to become part of the history of architecture.
Avenida Hispanidad, s/n
Calle Princesa de Éboli, , 13-21
Calle Calle Mezquita, s/n
Paseo del Prado, s/n
Calle Santa Isabel, 52
Paseo Prado, 36
Calle de los Clarinetes, 9-21
Paseo de la Castellana, 259
Avenida América, 41
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