Tel.. Café: 93 476 86 69
Tel.. Office: 93 476 86 90
CaixaForum, the social and cultural centre of "la Caixa" charitable foundation, is located in one of Barcelona's outstanding Modernist buildings. It was first a one-of-a-kind textile factory owned by industrialist Casimir Casaramona, who commissioned it be built at the foot of Montjuïc Hill by architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch, one of the three Catalan architects (along with Lluís Domènech i Montaner and Antoni Gaudí) most representative of Modernism. The building is a unique work of early 20th-century Catalan Modernist industrial architecture.
Tel.. Café: 91 454 95 22
CaixaForum, the social and cultural centre of "la Caixa" charitable foundation, is a platform for coherent dissemination of the cultural and social concerns and needs of all audiences. The "la Caixa" charitable foundation revamped and remodelled the old Mediodía power plant to house CaixaForum Madrid. The renowned professional team of Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron of Basel, Switzerland, the winners of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, was entrusted with the building's architectural design.
Tel.. Café: 971 491 453 / extensió 3121
CaixaForum Palma, located in the former Gran Hotel de Palma, is one of the city's most emblematic Modernist buildings. Recovered by "la Caixa" charity foundation, CaixaForum Palma was inaugurated in 1993 as a cultural centre. Modernism is one of the distinguishing features of CaixaForum Palma for two reasons: because of the architectural style of the building itself and because the permanent collection is made up of the works of painter Hermen Anglada Camarasa.
Tel.. Café: 976 76 82 22
Tel.. Office: 976 76 82 23
CaixaForum Zaragoza was designed by the Carme Pinós architecture studio. This spectacular building provides the introspection required for exhibition rooms while leaving a bold mark on the city through cutting-edge architecture and an ambitious design for the public space around it. As it if were a monumental sculpture with its two large, raised geometric structures, CaixaForum Zaragoza cuts a majestic profile against the backdrop of the city.