Since 1929, the Telefónica building in Madrid, located at 28 Gran Vía, has become one of the most iconic buildings in the city. Its construction – imitating New York’s first skyscrapers – was begun in 1925, following the design of architects Lewis S. Weeks and Ignacio Cárdenas, and with the collaboration of Luís Feduchi.
The building was remodelled in 1992 and its original design, as well as its singular interiors, was respected. The ground and first floors went from being used for Customer Services to housing the company’s art collections and the Telecommunications Museum respectively.
Telefónica is a leading, innovative company and is constantly renewing itself. The building has just undergone its latest change and is now a new, open, innovative, modern space, directly connecting the product to customers and users.