A multi-disciplinary space in an emblematic location in the metro network.
Located in the lobby of what was to have been Gaudí station, at the junction of Carrer Lepant and Avenida Gaudí, these premises, which for many years were a meeting place for retired metro and bus employees, reopened in 2013 following extensive refurbishment as a large multi-disciplinary space. The main hall is a large multi-purpose space equipped for all types and sizes of event, with movable panels that allow the space to be adapted to the needs of each event.
The hall, which is available for commercial use, is also used for many of TMB’s events and those of affiliated entities, such as the associations representing retired metro and bus employees, which have their headquarters at this station. It also has meeting rooms and offices used by these associations, ACEMA and Conductors Solidaris de Catalunya.
The Espai Gaudí is located in a station, complete with platforms, lobby and street access. It was built in the 1960s for the planned line 2 to Sagrada Familia station, but it was abandoned following a change of plans to become a “ghost station”, a curiosity beneath the streets of Barcelona.