The conference will take place in the Eduardo Torroja Institute for Construction Science (IETcc).
The building ensemble was designed in 1953 by Eduardo Torroja, and represents a relevant an interesting example of his work. Among the buildings that constitute the ensemble of the institute stands out the impressive structure of the Dodecahedron coat silo, the Round canteen, the Triangulated shell roof of the testing and workshop buildings, the Pergola and the singular hanging system of the mezzanine of the main hall.
Since its opening the Institute has hosted important international conferences, seminars and symposia.
The address of the venue is:
Eduardo Torroja Institute for Construction Science
Serrano Galvache Street, n 4
28033 Madrid – Spain
How to arrive
The Eduardo Torroja Institute is located at the North of Madrid, between the M30 Ring Road and Arturo Soria Street. It is easily accessible by public transport:
Buses: 7, 29, 107
How to arrive in subway:
Nearest subway station (15 min. walk to the venue): Bambú (line 1). Other subway stations (20 min. walk to the venue): Duque de Pastrana (line 9), Madrid Chamartín (line 10).