Rehabilitation of Sant Antoni market

The market of Sant Antoni, built in 1882 by Antoni Rovira i Trias, is one of Barcelona’s most iconic iron buildings. The refurbishment project, which won an open competition, includes the full restoration of the historic building and the construction of basement floors to accommodate new commercial areas, parking and services. The four outdoor enclosures become public squares, and the archaeological remains of the old Bastion of Sant Antoni in the 17th-century town walls are incorporated.

Programme : Retail, Rehabilitation
Location : Barcelona  
Client : arcelona City Council  
Architect : Pere Joan Ravetllat, Carme Ribas, Olga Schmid
Surface : 50.940 m²  
Status : In progress