File:Casa Encendida (Madrid) 01.jpg

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English: La Casa Encendida ("The Enlighted House"). Cultural and educational center in Madrid (Spain). Building was projected in 1909 by Fernando Arbós y Tremanti and built from 1909 to 1910 as a Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid (savings bank and Mount of Piety of Madrid) office building. First refurbishment and alteration was made by Guillermo Escribano Villanueva in 1989. Second refurbishment, alteration and extension by Carlos Manzano Rodríguez from 2000 to 2002.
Español: La Casa Encendida. Centro cultural y educativo en Madrid (España). El edificio fue proyectado en 1909 por Fernando Arbós y Tremanti y construido de 1909 a 1910 como una sucursal de la Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid. La primera rehabilitación y reforma fue realizada por Guillermo Escribano Villanueva en 1989. La segunda rehabilitación, reforma y ampliación por Carlos Manzano Rodríguez de 2000 a 2002.
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Author J.L. De Diego
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current05:32, 18 May 2007Thumbnail for version as of 05:32, 18 May 2007640 × 480 (154 KB)Zaqarbal (talk | contribs)Originally posted in [http://www.madripedia.es/wiki/Imagen:Casa Encendida.jpg]. {{PD-author}}. Photographer: J.L. De Diego. Taken: 25-March-2007.
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