The House Whisperer

NIETO SOBEJANO.

In Architects on 10/04/2012 at 17:44

I came across an image of this beautiful building on the Barcelo market in Madrid. I was fascinated by the shapes and of course by the light, but I had no idea who the architect of this building is.

 Fuensanta Nieto and Enrique Sobejano are the designers of this fabulous space.

For a complete overview of their work I suggest that you have a look at their website http://www. nieto sobejano.com

I show you pictures from some of their iconic buildings.

Barcelo Market in Madrid

The Madinat al-Zahra Museum and Foundation offices.

The Madinat al-Zahra museum and foundation offices are situated outside the Spanish city of Cordoba in the neighbourhood of what was once a forgotten city. Madinat  al-Zahra (“beautiful town” in Arabic) was the capital of the Iberian Caliphate. Construction on the town started in 936. It flourish for 80 years, then vanished for a thousand years before its rediscovery in 1910 .

The Interactive Museum of the History of Lugo.

 The Interactive Museum of the History of Lugo exhibits objects, images and films that illustrate the historic Roman city and province.

Three historic buildings of various periods – the Lesliehof in Raubergasse, the Neutorgasse museum building and the main building of the Styrian State Library in Kalchberggasse – are being combined to make a new Joanneum Quarter. It will be occupied by three of the Joanneum’s institutions (the Neue Galerie, the Multimedia Collections and the Natural History Museum) plus the Styrian State Library. A subterranean visitor centre will link them all, acting simultaneously as a main entrance, information centre and primary point of orientation for the entire institutional complex.

The architects.

Thank you for looking at my post.

Benoit

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