Housed in an old building originally constructed for the 1888 World Fair, Hivernacle is a charming, picturesque greenhouse playing host to a coffee shop and available for rent as an event venue.
Hivernacle is an off the beaten path gem in a busy modern city with plenty to walk around and see. The space, designed by Josep Amargos in 1884, is defined by its use of iron and glass, with massive bright windows that contrast the old brick walls and the lush greenery that fills it.
The refreshing space, located in front of the Martorell Museum of Geology, is the perfect locale for taking a break from the hustle and bustle of the tourist city.
The Hivernacle in Barcelona is a Greenhouse with a Coffeeshop
1. Greenhouse Cafes - Opportunity to create unique and refreshing spaces where people can dine surrounded by lush greenery.
2. Event Venue Greenhouses - Incorporating eco-friendly and sustainable venues for events that provide both a beautiful aesthetic and comfortable atmosphere for attendees.
3. Historic Building Revitalization - Repurposing old buildings for modern use, such as the incorporation of a greenhouse in a historic building, can create unique and engaging spaces for customers and events.
1. Food and Hospitality - Incorporating greenhouses into cafes and restaurants can add a new level of ambiance and uniqueness to attract customers.
2. Event Planning and Management - Greenhouses as event venues offer a unique and sustainable option for event planners to incorporate into their portfolio.
3. Architecture and Design - Repurposing historical buildings in unique ways, such as incorporating greenhouses, opens new opportunities for architects and designers to incorporate sustainability and functionality into their projects.