Innovation in Detail.
A 1908-built slaughterhouse and livestock market of Arganzuela transformed into an art centre / cinema.
The fragile balance among the different finishes, materials, lights, spacious volumes and their industrial scale make up for a seductive place, especially for them vintage-lovers, and a spectacular effect.
Harvard Art Museums: Renzo Piano’s renovation and expansion makes the most out of the existing building.
When old and new coexist seamlessly, with no compromise.
After 60 years of ruins, the Neues Museum (Museum Island, Berlin) reopened to the public thanks to David Chipperfield’s renovation.
The Everyman wins Haworth Tompkins the 2014 Sterling Prize:
The glass façade is concealed behind large panels portraying random Liverpool citizens, making this building one with which the community can identify.