Program of Workshops for Familes "Spain mon amour | Ruinas modernas"


Museo ICO. Calle Zorrilla, 3. Madrid

Museo ICO presents two complementary exhibitions that highlight a common theme from different perspectives. Their shared aim is to reflect on the development of urbanism and architecture in Spain during the last decade. Spain mon amour shows fifteen works of five Spanish architectural practices. Students of architecture are presenting their ideas to the visitors with photographs and architectural models; Ruinas modernas is a photography exhibition by Julia Schulz-Dornburg that allows us, in turn, to explore urban endeavours that never have been inhabited: abandoned spaces that are the outcome of property speculation.

We conduct a dynamic visit to the show where we will discover together the achievements and failures of Spanish architecture during the last ten years. The following workshop then, will transform each family into a real studio of architects. They will designe an urbanization project taking into account the needs of people and environmental conditions.

Useful Information

  • Closed programme
  • Days and schedule: Saturdays and Sundays from 11.00 a.m. to 13.00 p.m.
  • Dates: April 6 to June 9 2013
  • Participants: families with six to twelve-year-old children accompanied by at least one adult
  • Maximum attendance: 25 children per group
  • Free with previous inscription

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