Norman Foster Foundation
Monte Esquinza, 48
28010 Madrid, Spain
The Norman Foster Foundation is open to students, researchers, and visitors from institutions all over the world by appointment.

These visits encourage the spread of knowledge by guiding attendees across the many works included in the Archive Collections. These works are are displayed in the heritage-listed palace, designed by the celebrated architect Joaquín Saldaña in 1912 and renovated by Norman Foster in 2015, as well as in the building’s Pavilion, built and designed by Norman Foster with the Foundation Team.

There are a restricted number of slots available, for reasons related to the conservation and preservation of the Archive Galleries.

Unfortunately, visits are not available at the moment. For Archive request, please email