Spanish practice Tuñón Arquitectos has added a white solid expansion to the Museum of Contemporary Art Helga de Alvear in Cáceres, Spain.

Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo
Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo

The task to revamp and expand the home office of the Helga de Alvear establishment was completed in two phases.

 

Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo
Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo

 

The most recent augmentation has been based on a plot that sits between the Casa Grande and the old town’s medieval outskirt, which is additionally the normal fringe of a valley.

 

Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo
Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo

 

The area is emblematically significant, said Tuñón Arquitectos, in light of the fact that the land was at one time where the individuals progressed between within and the outside of the city.

 

Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo
Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo

 

The expansion, the studio stated, has restored the spot to be “a porous urban space”

 

Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo
Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo

 

An aggregate of 17,000 square meters of presentation space have been added to the Museum of Contemporary Art Helga de Alvear in the new volume, which was intended to grandstand the assortment.

 

Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo
Photography is by Alberto Amores & Pancho Matienzo