Pabellón Metalúrgia

It was built on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1929 and housed the sector of Metallurgy, Electricity and Motive Force. In 1931 it became the headquarters of the Trilla-La Riva Studios, as the rectangular floor of the palace offered the ideal conditions to host one of the largest movie sets in Spain. The film studios functioned as the first professional sound and dubbing platform in the country. Only a year later, in 1932, the first silent film was filmed and in 1935 they shot their first sound film, 'El secreto de Ana María'. In the 40s there was a large increase in the number of films shot and in 1956, 'We are not alone' was filmed, the first film shot in the innovative scope system.

From the 1960s, the use of the facilities returned to its origins as the venue for exhibitions and events, and in the 1990s the Metallurgy, Electricity and Power Plant Pavilion was expanded with several annexed areas

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Catwalk
Catwalk
Access Plaça Espanya
Access Plaça Espanya
Catwalk
Catwalk
Olympic Games 1992
Olympic Games 1992
Olympic Games 1992
Olympic Games 1992
Car Show
Car Show
Catwalk
Catwalk
Conference Room
Conference Room
Exhibition
Exhibition
Catwalk
Catwalk
Corporate Event
Corporate Event
Corporate Event
Corporate Event
Lunch Area
Lunch Area
Custom Built Conference Room
Custom Built Conference Room
Event
Event
Corporate Event
Corporate Event
Catwalk
Catwalk
Corporate Event
Corporate Event
Exhibition
Exhibition
VIP Area
VIP Area
Exhibiiton
Exhibiiton
Access Exhibition
Access Exhibition
Conference
Conference
Reception
Reception
Catwalk
Catwalk
Corporate Event
Corporate Event
Party
Party