Isuuru Architects Bring Spanish Palace to New Era

By: Jordan M - Published: Jan 8, 2011   Updated: May 25 2011 • References: isuuru & archdaily
Aiete Park is a historic landmark in Sebastian, Spain, but it's recently been making news because of a modern upgrade by Isuuru Architects.

In facing the daunting task of renovating a classic architectural icon, Isuuru Architects walks a fine line between new and old. Somehow, this architectural firm manages to effectively convey and preserve both sensibilities with this bold, but fitting addition to the park.

Implications - Back in the 19th century, the Spanish palace was created as a place for royalty to escape. Today, it is home of the Human Rights Institute. The construction will fix up the palace and turn it into a modern-day beauty with long history. The featured images show off the amazing renovations that include a glorious, green-glassed space that is underground. Stats for Culture-Colliding Renovations Trending: Older & Chilly
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