The project revives a 1920s industrial building as a museum, preserving its unique structure and textures. Originally marked for demolition, community intervention saved it, leading to a design competition in 2009. The design emphasizes minimal additions, using a golden material for new elements like a porch along the main façade. Despite budget constraints, the project progresses in phases, prioritizing essential features while maintaining architectural integrity. The result is a blend of old and new, serving as a cultural hub for various activities and highlighting the value of architectural recycling.
Barcelona, Spain
Completed: 2020 |​​​​​​​ Photographed: 2023


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