Auditoriums 200 and 400 Novel Building.
Reina Sofía National Museum of Art
Auditoriums 200 and 400 are located in the Nouvel Building of the Reina Sofia Museum, an outstanding example of avant-garde architecture, whose unveiling in 2005 signified not only a response to the Museum’s continuous development, but also a real transformation of the urban environment.
Designed by the architect Jean Nouvel, this architectural ensemble compliments the southwestern facade of the Sabatini Building and the solar triangle that precedes it. With the construction of three new buildings Nouvel nethertheless pays respect to the location of three preexisting sites.
Auditorium 400 can hold up to 425 people and Auditorium 200 has a capacity of 204 attendees. Both have unbeatable acoustics and are equipped with a complete audiovisual system.
Restaurant NuBel of the Reina Sofía Museum
During the celebration of Tierra 47, the NuBel Restaurant will become Tierra 47 _ Off, a space to meet and relax, to mingle with the harp community and converse, exchange ideas and learn from the work of others.
The Reina Sofía Museum brings together contemporary art, leisure and gastronomy in its restaurant NuBel – which is named as a playful nod to the architect of the center’s expansion, Jean Nouvel. The restaurant is located under the emblematic red dome of the building, has capacity for 120 diners and, as well as the dining space, there is a lounge area and terrace on the Nouvel patio.