CaixaForum Madrid is an exhibition hall and social focus in Paseo del Prado 36, Madrid. It is supported by La Caixa. It was built by the Swiss draftsmen Herzog and de Meuron from 2001 to 2007, which joined an old deserted electrical station with new development of floors encased with oxidized cast-press, which was intended to be of a comparative shading and weight as the block underneath.
On the house by it, there is a green divider outlined by French botanist Patrick Blanc. The red of the best floors appears differently in relation to the plants on the divider, which coordinate the character of the neighboring Real Jardín Botánico.
In spite of the fact that the CaixaForum is a contemporary building, it additionally displays reviews of specialists from prior eras and has developed into a standout amongst the most went by exhibition halls in Madrid.