Skateable Architecture in Madrid

Here’s a recently constructed house by the architecture firm A-cero out of Madrid. It’s got some nice transitions but the concrete looks a little rough in sections. Still, I’ve seen worse skateparks… That’s a crazy tight miniramp with an extra helping of vert surrounding the front door. More pictures on Freshhome. Bonus shot of another skateable house after the jump

– Thanks to Urban Kravos for the tip.

As I was putting this together I realized this was another A-cero project in Madrid. There’s some jeresy barrier style transition on one wall, while the rest of it has a more street plaza vibe to it. More pictures on Freshome once again.


  1. talentlessquitter on April 8, 2011 - Reply

    It also looks BMX-able…

  2. masterochicken on April 8, 2011 - Reply

    You forgot the after in after the jump.

    • talentlessquitter on April 8, 2011 - Reply

      I have some time on my hands but if I’m going to mark out every typo Kilwag makes……I have decided to leave it alone,it’s just not very…friendly.
      Im having enough work paying attention to my own grammar.

    • I appreciate it actually, I’m usually cranking these things out late at night while in front of the TV, after a nightcap, so mistakes are inevitable. SO on the bigger ones, missing words, etc.. send em in.

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