Plaza de la Luna

by Brut Deluxe

This is a renovated square in the historical center: multi functional, indeterminate and free. Steps accommodate and apply geometrical order to the trees and architectural elements such as ramps, stairs and ventilation towers, made out of naturally rusted corten steel. In the lowest point of the square a water fountain that doubles as a game for children provides a refreshing counter point; at the other end in the highest point of the square, a children playground was placed close to an area where seniors can exercise in the shade. (source: Brut Deluxe’s website)

LocationPlaza Santa Maria Soledad Torres Acosta (aka Plaza de la Luna) 28004 Madrid
FunctionPublic square
Latitude/Longitude40°25’18N / 03°42’20W
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Other linksBrut Deluxe
Isabel Barbas
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