Residencia de Estudiantes

Historic cultural centre with unique spaces.

The Students’ Halls of Residence of Madrid was founded in 1910 and became the first cultural centre in Spain. As a centre for scientific and artistic creation and exchange, its residents have included Federico García Lorca, Salvador Dalí, Luis Buñuel and Severo Ochoa.

Since 1915, it has occupied a unique group of pavilions designed by architect Antonio Flórez Urdapilleta, in the Mudéjar style, that prioritise functionality.

Among the spaces, of note are the historic events hall in the main building, 90 rooms used by researchers in the so-called Pabellones Gemelos and the historic garden with its Jardín de las Adelfas, designed by Juan Ramón Jiménez, Paseo de las Acacias and Canalillo. There are also more modern spaces, including the Sala Sur, office areas and a roof terrace.

Updated: 28/07/2020

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Conditions and availability

Horario flexibles condicionados a usos habituales.
Preferencia rodaje fines de semana.
Posibilidad de rodaje nocturno.
Estudian cada caso en concreto con especial atención a la referencia que se haga del espacio.  Solicitan guión y hacen filtro ético.
Especial atención y facilidad para rodajes documentales o culturales.

Features and facilities

Aparcamiento propio con acceso hasta las instalaciones.
Accesos a pie de calle para entradas de material.
Disponen de espacios extra para producción.

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Contact

Beatriz Pablos
beatriz@residencia.csic.es
+34 915 636 411

Calle Pinar 21-23,
28006 Madrid

Distrito: 04 Salamanca

Images: City of Madrid Film Office

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