A spacious functional building for cultural uses.
The Ángel González Municipal Public Library is located in a new building that stands alongside the A5 motorway to Extremadura.
Designed by architect Carlos de Riaño, the building was inaugurated in 2010. It’s predominantly made of concrete and glass and is laid out around spacious terraces that provide the library with the necessary insulation from a road that carries such heavy traffic. The large glass windowpanes allow natural light to bathe the interior.
It has different rooms for consultation, reading and study, an assembly or multipurpose room, a number of children’s areas and a terrace. In the basement we find some of the building’s auxiliary spaces such as the car park and the loading and unloading area.
For the use of the multi-purpose rooms, please consult the conditions directly with the library; if there is availability, please make reservations using the form Application for use of multi-purpose rooms. For other spaces, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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