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The exhibition “DOMUSae, Spaces for Culture” was held in the Salón de Reinos, Madrid’s old Army Museum, the only testimony together with the nearby Casón of the old Buen Retiro Palace, built by the Conde-Duque de Olivares for King Philip IV between 1632 and 1640. The Salón de Reinos owes its name to the paintings of the coat of arms of the twenty four kingdoms ruled by Philip IV in the lunettes in the vaulted ceiling. The exhibition was a representative collection of cultural buildings from recent Spanish history, some new and others – documented in these images – that recuperate architecture from the past.
Commissioned by Jesus Aparicio & Jesus Donaire