The projects submitted to the already closed call come from countries such as Spain, Italy, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela
The CDN has received 61 proposals to participate in the call for ephemeral architecture for the vestibule of the Valle-Inclán Theater. The projects submitted to this already closed call come from countries such as Spain, Italy, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The CDN, in collaboration with the Official College of Architects of Madrid (COAM) and the Association of Performing Plastic Artists of Spain (AAPEE), Opened a call for ephemeral architecture for the lobby of the Valle-Inclán Theater, located in the Plazuela de Ana Diosdado s / n (Plaza de Lavapiés) in Madrid.
The objective is to generate a multifunctional space for the spectators that can host activities of different kinds such as meetings with the public, press conferences, exhibition and consultation of books, etc.
Selection of the winning project
The selection body is made up of representatives of the National Institute of Performing Arts (INAEM), CDN, COAM, AAPEE and the architects of the Valle-Inclán Theater. All of them will choose three finalists who will have to elaborate a more detailed project of the installation. Finally, the winning proposal will be one that, in addition to meeting quality standards, solves the construction process in a simple, economic, safe and fast way.
With this call, the CDN and the COAM begin a collaboration that aspires to have continuity over time by organizing joint activities.