From gas plant to office space: Foster + Partners’ latest reuse project


Source: Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

Foster + Partners designs a demountable timber structure for a disused gas plant in Madrid, Spain, creating a natural, flexible workspace

Ombú, a large evergreen tree native to South America, is now the fitting name for a recently completed reuse project by Foster + Partners. 

The structure was originally built in 1905 by architect Luis de Landecho and positioned in the Arganzuela district of Madrid, Spain. 

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