This public cinema centre is a huge arts complex made up of several old slaughterhouse buildings, housing a film archive, a film and television studio, offices, two cinemas, various exhibition spaces, a canteena and a summer film patio. Designed by Churtichaga and Quadra Salcedo architects (ch&qs Architects). The Cinematique is devoted almost exclusively to the non-fiction film.
The illuminated giant woven baskets are actually conventional industrial irrigation hoses.
I love the shock of completely contemporary, theatrical interior within an historic shell.
A common non architectural material looks so precious because of clever illumination.
I would be looking forward to the end of the film to see the giant basket illuminated once again.
photos-Fernando-Guerra. Re-blogged images from Yatzer.
There is also a space A space dedicated exclusively to the design community of Madrid.
Madrid Designers Association (DIMAD) is a nonprofit organization that develops its
activities from the scope of the Community of Madrid.
The beauty of raw industrial bones exposed for a new life.
The power of repetition………again and again.