Barceló Market, Library and Sports Hall / Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos | ArchDaily

A great solution towards combining social engagement in the city center, through the introduction of multiple uses, both civic and public.- Ed Estes

From the architect. The Barceló Market area in Madrid includes public spaces, temporary buildings, and installations belonging to a same complex. Its multiple denomination -market/sports center/library- speaks of collective engagement and reveals the social condition of the program: a compact market topped by a sports pavilion framing the city, in front of which a cantilevered library rises above a schoolyard.

Source: Barceló Market, Library and Sports Hall / Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos | ArchDaily

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