Art Deco in Madrid, Spain

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Cine Barceló

now Pacha Club, 1930

 
DISCOTECA PACHA MADRID


Edificio “Carrión”

 Madrid 1931

(also known as “Schweppes” or “Capitol” building)
  
Callao in the twilight zone.jpg
By César Astudillo, CC BY-SA 2.0
Cine Capitol
 
Capitol Cinema. Gran Vía street. Spain.jpg

Circulo de Bellas Artes

Architect: Antonio Palacios Ramilo
Early 20’s
 
Estatua de Atenea * Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid)
 
Madrid Calle de Alcalá 45 140.jpg
By Luis García, CC BY-SA 3.0Madrid-Circulo de Bellas Artes.jpg
Circulo de Bellas Artes (Madrid)
Rooftop Statue of Minerva Azotea cba.jpg
By RaquelCBA –  CC BY-SA 4.0



118 Fuencarral

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via

Designed by architect José de Azpiroz and built from 1925 to 1926 as Cine Bilbao


BBVA Headquarters

Calle Alcala,  Madrid 1925

clásicos en la azotea

 La Equitativa

(Insurance company)
"la equitativa"


Gran Vía 60

Gran Via 60, Madrid 1930 The façade was redone in the 40’s after the civil war Edificio del Ahorro (Gran Via, Madrid) Statue at the top Edificio del Ahorro (Gran Via, Madrid)



Cine Callao, Late 20’s

Architect: Luis Gutiérrez Soto Cine Callao (Gran Via, Madrid)

 A little Art Deco here and there..

Cine Salamanca

(Old Cinema), 1935

Antiguo Cine Salamanca (Madrid) 01.jpg De Luis García, CC BY-SA 3.0 es


Cine Europa (Cinema)

Bravo Murillo, 160
Luis Gutiérrez Soto
Madrid 1928
Cine Europa (Tetuán, Madrid) 03.jpg By Luis García, CC BY-SA 3.0 es


Gesa Gas Station

Madrid, Spain 1927 The tower was demolished and then rebuilt in the 90’s. It is one of the first examples of rationalism in Madrid

Gasolinera Gesa (Madrid) 01.jpg By Luis García, CC BY-SA 3.0

 
Gasolinera Gesa (Madrid) 02.jpg De Luis García, CC BY-SA 3.0 es 


 

 City of Madrid for Poet Luis de Góngora y Argote

Late 20’s Parque del Retiro Art-Decó recordando un poeta. Madrid a Luis de Góngora y Argote.jpg By jacinta lluch valero, CC BY-SA 2.0


 



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