CaixaForum Madrid

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CaixaForum Madrid is a cultural center in Madrid, Spain. Located in Paseo del Prado in a former power station, it is owned by the not-for-profit banking foundation "la Caixa". The art center opened its doors in 2008 and it hosts temporary art exhibitions and cultural events.

CaixaForum Madrid
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CaixaForum Madrid and Vertical Garden in 2011.
Established2008 (2008)
LocationMadrid, Spain
TypeCultural center
OwnerFundación ”la Caixa
WebsiteCaixa Forum Madrid

It was designed by the Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron and built by Ferrovial between 2001 and 2007.[1] It was an old power station called Central Del Mediodía, from the 1900s. The Vertical Garden by Patrick Blanc at the square is also well-known.


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  1. ^ "CaixaForum Madrid". Herzog & de Meuron. Retrieved 1 November 2018.

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Coordinates: 40°24′39.65″N 3°41′35.09″W / 40.4110139°N 3.6930806°W / 40.4110139; -3.6930806