Spanish architects Arranguren & Gallegos have converted a brewery in Madrid into a museum with an underground gallery and triangular windows.
Access to the six-storey Museo ABC is through a courtyard paved with tessellated triangular glass and steel tiles that also cover one side of the building.
The museum houses a collection of drawings and illustrations.
The glazed triangles on the courtyard surface provide skylights to the basement exhibition hall below, where collections of illustrations are presented. Above ground, the former brewery contains a second exhibition hall, workshops, offices and a reception.
The building was first designed by Spanish architect José López Salaberry, who was also responsible for street-planning in Madrid at the start of the twentieth century.
The street-facing facades retain the original brick exterior and are abutted by a single-storey glass cafe that screens the entrance courtyard.
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