Once more, but for the fifth consecutive year, Madrid’s Official College of Architects (COAM Foundation), and various other institutions, celebrates the Architecture Week from sixth to twelfth October in Madrid. The organisers of the esteemed event hope the town of Madrid will end up an worldwide reference.
This edition includes a obvious goal: to disseminate the architecture and also the urbanism among society. The objective of this really is to provide a comprehensive program integrated by almost 300 activities. For instance, led walks with the 100 most critical structures in Madrid guides through the best experts. The general public transport is going to be free throughout now.
The 2010 program is known as `Arquitectura para todos´ (Architecture for everyone). It’s important cultural reference points like the Prado’s Museum, the Slaughterhouse, the Conde Duque Cultural Center, the Carlos Amberes Fundation, 20 galleries and almost 100 structures having a special architectural interest. Each one of these provide a wide sample of visual and performing arts that demonstrate architecture as though it were another kind of art. Prior to the event begins, children in Madrid’s Plaza Vázquez de Mella were asked on Thursday to color their very own small-houses.
The present edition includes activities for example lectures, exhibitions, competitions, movies and documentaries projections, concerts, dance and theatre spectacles, and guide itineraries, both by walking or by bicycle. With this thought, the Architecture Foundation COAM invites the Madrid institutions and firms to collaborate with this particular cause. Additionally, it invites the citizens to get familiar with all of the free activities they provide, that are available to all of the visitors.
Additionally, 200 students of architecture will open a debate about the most crucial Madrid city scenes.
To obtain more information, you can go to the information points enabled for that occasion. In Madrid city: Atocha Station (Puerta de Atocha), Chamartín Station, Nuevos Ministerios Station and Colón Square (Tourist Office). In all of those other Madrid Community: Central Station, Getafe Station, Mostotes Station, Mayor Square, Alcala de Henares Square, Aranjuez, Ciempozuelos, Parla, San Lorenzo de El Escorial and Valdemoro.