An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

January 11, 2013 | in Architecture

Architects imagination is limitless. If you doubt it, we will offer you a striking example: a former slaughterhouse was miraculously turned into a public cinema center.

Changing the functionality of a building is quite common for today’s realities. However, the cases where a church becomes a residential house or a slaughterhouse becomes a cinema are sharply standing out projects. Madrid architects and designers of the CH + QS studio developed the original project of this cinema center. The main idea was to preserve the architectural features of the building. It sounds creepy, but for 85 years here was a common slaughterhouse, and now this place contains two cinemas, a film archive, a film studio, some offices, a restaurant and a summer terrace.

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

An Old Slaughterhouse Turned into a Public Cinema Center

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