A bright and spacious trade fair building in the Casa de Campo Park.
The Glass Pavilion of the Casa de Campo Trade Fair Park is a multi-purpose building from 1965, a benchmark in trade fair pavilions given that it is one of the first glass boxes.
Using three basic elements, metal, glass and concrete, the building manages to break the barriers of its walls and to bathe all its spaces in the light that shines through its glass windows and its internal observation deck.
Thanks to this, it becomes a space containing three open-plan floors connected by lifts, stairs, and escalators. There is a balcony in the top floor with a privileged view of the Royal Palace, La Almudena Cathedral, the Casa de Campo Park and other Madrid landmarks.
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