Venue · Typomad 2015 · The festival will take Madrid by storm, filling the city with a multitude of typeforms. It will be based at four main locations for over two months. Check out all the related activities and information here.
Conde Duque was re-born as a cultural centre after being the Guard’s General Corps barracks since 1717. It re-opened in 2011, which involved a regeneration of the space and organization of a whole new series of events representing diverse fields. Conde Duque has become a key centre of Madrid´s cultural life and it is currently one of the three main cultural centres in the city which has its own unique programme of leisure and cultural activities orientated to the needs of the area and its population.
The Design Central is a space located within the Matadero Madrid, the emblematic cultural centre of the city, which exhibits diverse forms of contemporary creation and expression. (The centre was dubbed by The New York Times as “the most innovating and alternative space for art in Madrid”).
Fundación Diseño Madrid (DIMAD)manages The Design Central. Its aim is to promote and develop design culture in all its different manifestations and puts Madrid on the map of the international design scene. It currently receives 20.000 visits a month on average and this figure is on the increase.
The Medialab-Prado is a cultural centre which forms part of the programme of the department of The Arts, Sport and Tourism of the local government of Madrid. It is an urban laboratory with a mission to conceive, investigate and promote cultural projects that focus on collaborative learning that has emerged from the presence of new digital media.
A meeting point. A place for culture. A “B” space for art. Located in the centre of Madrid, in the area of Lavapiés, EspacioB is a space that brings together an extensive programme of cutting-edge cultural events including exhibitions, education, talks and workshops.
As well as being the organization that houses Spain´s bibliographic and documental heritage, it is also a first-rate cultural centre located in the heart of Madrid. The BNE Museum promotes and cultivates both the historic and operational library collections through temporary educational exhibitions, guided visits and workshops which are open to the general public.