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Its 55 hectares deeply wooded receive each day five thousand people who go there to practice their favorite sport, play, walk, relax, have a drink or attend any of the scheduled activities offered by the park. A library, a swimming pool and the headquarters of some institutions complete an intense and varied program. Any citizen of Panama knows the Park and assumes it as its own. We could say that the Omar Park is the garden of all the houses in the city regardless of age, social class or schedules; a democratic and inclusive infrastructure inscribed in the imaginary identity of the city and its inhabitants. But the culture of free time has changed and the park must update its bid to become a separate enclave of the XXI centurbest from the past, set important commitments to the sensitivities of the present and py. To do this, on the infrastructure of leisure and sport park we are now proposing the construction of a new circulation system that enriches it with high cultural, social and educational content. This circulation system will be adding a new layer of history that will be able to take the roject a desirable future for all inhabitants of the city." 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Our second premise implies avoiding as much as possible any alteration on the existing infrastructure. Subsequently, the optimal vegetation implemented in its refurbishment is planted in the ground, where a selection of species of all sizes and volumes will grow freely, qualifying not only the viaduct but also the surrounding urban fabric into a selection of setups which we have named LANDSCAPES. A collection of punctual interventions named STATIONS furnish the project with different “domestic” programs." 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We live in a prefabricated house with an attached winter garden and an allotment that we share with a few neighbours. All of its components are recyclable. Heating is provided by a local biomass plant that uses the waste of the mountain. The water is heated using solar energy. We recuperate the waste water and we have a plan of waste treatment that forms part of our way of being. Our terraces and balconies are productive. You won’t see cars in the neighbourhood. They are parked in a garage accessible from the ring road. All the free area between houses is for leisure, playing and encounters. We don’t have sidewalks, but we do have small paths that you can walk on. From the south facing terrace you can’t see the ring road but a big park that extends into the city. My friends living in the houses in the north have a special light inside and a view over the terraced vineyards that improve the water quality. Beyond that Collserolla serves us as the grand garden of our neighbourhood.

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Both actions serve with the same importance to the past, the present and the future in a committed exercise of recognition and construction of identities of the city and the country. Our objectives are to: public space as builder IDENTITY; The enhancement of local culture to create a focus of international concern; establishing an unprecedented MODEL ACTION allowing the MITUR write a new page in the history of the city. For archaeological heritage, posture is of utmost respect. It is an established and already assumed monumental in its current state. Therefore, interventions imagine on the basilicas and the cloister are of the utmost neutrality and unrelated to any historicism. For new buildings, we seek a commitment with this while minimizing contact with the ground, restricting the height and activating the maximum simplicity and physical, visual and conceptual lightness." 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This is a unique opportunity to develop a contemporary concept of a museum with a transcendental urban role and a historic responsibility as a cohesive element of the community, not only of Oslo but of the entire nation. Its ascending shape connects the public space covered by the lobby that houses recreational, commercial, cultural and restoration uses, with the terraces/observatory/club of the rooftop, offering in parallel the discovery of the work of Edvard Munch and the different historical strata of the city of Oslo. This gesture of conceiving the communication system as a public space/ascending viewpoint is the essence of the heterodox character involved in developing a vertical museum. But there is more on this journey: the public discovers other types of rooms, dining areas, administrative units, the library or the educational center that speak of a programmatic complexity that surpasses the conventional idea of ​​the museum as a set of rooms that are visited and a series of invisible rooms from which the institution is supposed to be managed. The facades, finished in perforated aluminum with different degrees of transparency, offer an enigmatic and evanescent perception of the building that reacts to the mild stimuli of the Oslo climate, offering very different images depending on the moment. The building responds to the requirements involved in the energy use and environmental sensitivity demanded by the Norwegian public through a holistic conception in which structure, facilities and construction operate collaboratively under the Passive House concept that is based on aspirations such as lightness, sustainability, recyclability and maintenance. An implementation that seeks to present Norway as a country focused on experimentation and innovation has allowed the construction process to be an event in itself. The new Munch Museum will be a dynamic arts center, with different audiences (experts, schoolchildren, tourists, art lovers) that are expected to come regularly, attracted by a program with a variety of formats." 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This limitation, together with the demands of efficiency and simplicity that we want to impose on ourselves, represent a challenge for the development of a project with some added value. To this end, we look for the hidden powers of a proposal that is pragmatic but sensitive to slight external stimuli. We start by laying out a typical floor of 12 homes. We need to sacrifice the minimum surface area in communications, so we chose to insert a single central core equipped with two interlocking “scissors” type staircases, two lifts and two installation cores. We will therefore have a single public entrance and a single centralization of connections on the ground floor that will affect the cleanliness of the commercial space and the underground parking. Regarding the dwellings, all the living rooms and bedrooms are exterior, while accesses, kitchens and bathrooms enter onto hallways that are shared by every three dwellings. From this scheme that solidifies the available volume, subtraction operations are carried out that allow a new morphology to be sculpted, generating generous collective and individual terraces and facilitating cross ventilation, diagonal views and lightening the original density, that orient the building towards its most attractive landscapes. The exterior facades are repetitive and closed by means of an external ventilated industrial panel sheet to achieve an unequivocal and monumental image of the volume fortunately surrounded by public space. The facades of the courtyards and corridors have a quasi-picturesque nature with latticework, tiling and ceramic tile flooring with a long tradition in Catalonia." 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Our studio has designed and built a linear park of almost half a million square metres that accompanies the highway called Cinta Costera that runs along the shoreline of the city centre. The parks have to integrate, hide and silence the roads and their parking areas in order to give all the prominence to the public facilities for sports, culture and health and to a number of places for leisure and fun such as beaches, esplanades, solarium, skate-parks, outdoor stages, picnic areas, etc. The project includes pedestrian walkways, street furniture, restaurants, pontoons and pergolas designed specifically for the occasion. The littoral parks of Panama have a double social and heritage responsibility because, on the one hand, they must upgrade the depressed neighbourhoods that they serve by providing access to the public space in which citizens of all types now come into contact, and on the other hand, they must value the architectural and cultural heritage of an urban centre declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO." 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Imagined from the beginning as a private museum with multiformat content, the design of the space is developed in parallel with the construction of the art collection that it houses. It is a place that is intimate and collective at the same time. It is a work space, a stage for the enjoyment of leisure time, a meeting point, a mechanism to connect people in all possible conversations. The system of utilisation unfolds into rooms and corridors. The halls are rooms whose proportions and neutrality are ideal for displaying art whose different dimensions turn them into a showcase of architectural experiences, although they are all built with the same resources –polished cement floors, plasterboard walls, framework and joists of exposed concrete, uniform route illumination and light points mimicked in the structural concrete. The corridors function as an urban system of streets and squares that reclaims the urban culture to which the collection is devoted –grey concrete floors, walls of industrial panels of cement and wood shavings, dramatic lighting." 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The landscape proposal is trying to give it an urban character. As there is little space for landscaping and working vertically is not an option because of the weakness of the ground, paving and vegetation are the fundamental elements filling the project with content. Colon is a city with a strong identity marked by its intense history as by its colourful and picturesque image. Both topics have been incorporated in our proposal for paving by taking the patterns and colours as backbone for our work. The paved areas contain two types of spaces: Circulation (sidewalks) and Static (squares, bus stops, sports grounds). De difference between both of them and the intensification of the character of every little enclave is being achieved by the adaptation of the colour codes of the dresses used in “congos”, a traditional afro-colonial dance from the area and the “molas”, a form of indigenous textile art from Panama." 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Apart from skiing slopes the program contains various sport facilities, a riding school, a golf course, a centre for alternative medicine, an ecological food market amongst others. The masterplan has to establish the necessary strategies in terms of program, geometry, typologies, architectonical and landscaping guidelines and especially environmental issues as it is planned to make this project a model case of its kind. The proposal is based on a relatively compact centre with hotels, apartments and services in order to avoid an uncontrolled and unsustainable sprawl into the surrounding landscape. Its temporary use invites to try out new forms of living. Flexibility, diversity and the capability to adapt over time are the principles of a plan where the buildings act as natural species that occupy the clearing, a new ecosystem whose founding act is the massive plantation of trees converting the hamlet into the nursery of the species that will repopulate the valley. An urban farming program, a water treatment and storage system and an ecological transport system will complete the new landscape." 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There, a program is deployed, composed of premises for storing and handling works of art, administrative and meeting areas, spaces for experimentation and specific projects, and a large central room that is the centre of the program. The architecture embraces what a few materials offers —exposed concrete structures, continuous industrial flooring, white walls levitating over recessed baseboards, some furniture— to construct the basic ingredients of an exhibition space —floors, walls and ceilings— in which the works of art are given the responsibility for characterising it. The reinterpretation of the original system of skylights generates a series of light capture devices similar to periscopes. Their volumes generate on the roof of the warehouse a new industrial landscape given to the city that stitches together the past, present and future of a surprising place.    " ["post_title"]=> string(26) "CarrerasMugica Art Gallery" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(0) "" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(26) "carrerasmugica-art-gallery" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2020-03-11 12:34:40" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2020-03-11 11:34:40" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(62) "https://estudioherreros.com/project/carrerasmugica-art-gallery/" ["menu_order"]=> int(27) ["post_type"]=> string(7) "project" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } [12]=> object(WP_Post)#9564 (24) { ["ID"]=> int(8573) ["post_author"]=> string(1) "3" ["post_date"]=> string(19) "2013-08-04 07:30:45" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2013-08-04 05:30:45" ["post_content"]=> string(2736) "The Residential Complex MISTRAL is part of EuroMed, a mixed-use development built in Marseille on the grounds of the old port in accordance with the Master Plan drafted by Yves Lion. The project develops the EcoCité concept following a well-settled urban scheme of a certain density in which the streets and green collective patios are equilibrated resulting in a massing in which the number of floors is reduced and the distances between them are increased in height so that all apartments benefit from long views, sunsets and sea breezes. Our project focuses on this ascending shape of the prism section and the diverse depths of the facades that create an essential element of the architectural approach: the loggias with which each living unit establishes a transitional space between the interior and the exterior. With this, we want living in EuroMed to offer the added value producing a feeling of belonging to an urban enclave in which the succession: bustling street life - leafy gardens - intimate loggia - collective rooftop terrace – is the great architectural argument for making the act of living here a contemporary experience, deeply involved in urban culture and environmental sensitivity at the same time. As a social experiment, the project proposes the coexistence of social housing and other free-market housing. This strategy, which already implemented in other residential projects by estudio Herreros, constitutes a manifesto against the differences invented by the prejudices that hinder the opportunities that many need. But the most important thing is how much these objectives are achieved with design decisions such as the profusion of gardens and collective terraces with recreational and agricultural programs that encourage the meeting of children and adults; and a system of accesses that stage the belonging of the complex to the contemporary urban culture through a materiality that suggests that the city enters the buildings. As a constructive experiment, it should be noted the use of an industrial materiality of elementary technical systems. The key piece of this approach is the implementation of a façade of light panels easy to manipulate by the users and generating a sequence of intermediate spaces that form a sort of parallel open-air housing that Covid-19 has put in value in an unexpected way. The loggias + façade ensemble turns each dwelling into a device for negotiating the meteorological conditions typical of Mediterranean cities that oscillate from mild to stormy weather including the strong mistral winds demanding protection and lending the project takes its name, giving it an essential value in the construction of the urban landscape and the local culture of Marseille." 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Each of them has an exterior welcoming space and a significant lobby that translates into a volumetric gesture that leaves its mark on the repetitive facade of the complex. The first receives the city on the ground floor with the bank offices on which the six-story parking lot is built. The remaining three are prisms of different dimensions that are set back from the previous one, freeing up terraces that share the orientations and views over the sea and the Historic center. Each prism can be read as a small canonical office building that shares its high-rise lobby with some use shared use by all tenants: a restaurant, a gym, a leisure and meeting club, a nursery and a dining room. At the top, a representative lounge is visible from the entire city. The envelope is finished with a curtain wall introduced with different tonalities and transparencies that introduce a random and vibrant factor in the reading. From the exterior, the play between translucency and opacity of the modules —at night it is guessed that all the elements have some degree of transparency— generates a scalar ambiguity that prevents the identification of the floor as no obvious horizontal line of the envelope coincides. From the interior, the pixelated landscape blurs and recomposes the geographies of each orientation, promoting the coexistence of its most banal ingredients built by real estate ambition, the natural elements —the sea, the mangroves, the hills— and the archaeological remains that explain the birth of the city and the transoceanic culture." 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The museum and its programing aim to raise awareness of the value of the wetlands, both as a habitat for plants and animals, and as an important natural resource for humans. Located on the riverbank of the Glomma river, the architecture of the new Museum assumes the slow pace of the river stream and the operation with the wood logs. With a mix of raw and a welcoming, warmth and detail, the buildings naturally fit into its context while creating a place where you can meet the past and the future, an architecture of affection and regard for one of the earth most delicate eco systems: the wetlands. We propose to fragment and distribute the program in different separate volumes maintaining a respectful and coherent relation of its parts within the whole without disturbing the scale of the context. All parts are connected through the low NEXUS building, that enables the visitors to discover the confluence of city, forest, wetland, agriculture and the rivers at different levels through a series of outdoor terraces, both for the visitors and the museum staff. The museum will be inclusive, receptive, and visitor friendly promoting wide range of program that include research, education, retail, meetings of all kinds and giving access to all with a special focus on the younger generation. Therefore the Museum and the process of design, development and construction must be a showcase of sustainability: SOCIALLY - community based;  FUTURE-ORIENTATED - flexible spaces; CIRCULAR – use of recycled or durable materials with long life span; ECOLOGICAL -the site as habitat for local wildlife; ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES -improving microclimate, insulation and passive energy systems." 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Our proposal aims to carry out a deep revision of the 'riad' typology, making the concept of the permeable wall with its hidden Andalusian gardens and its concealed transversal views the project’s leitmotiv, connecting every single apartment to the city. Not surprisingly, the concept of the 'riad' works at its best when patios, roofs, streets and gardens are related to one-another, transforming the built mass into a kind of urban landscape of great tectonic content." 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The task has two essential complementary components: the creation of a work culture associated with the company's mission and commitments, and the need to embody the image of an entity whose product has no physical presence. In the interior, the project undertakes the reorganization of the uses that are distributed in the operational zone, administrative zone and institutional zone by means of glass partitions of different degrees of opacity, colors and graphic treatments that generate a new artificial landscape for the workspace that induces a collective spirit of belonging and seeks both isolated concentration and encounters among the users. The facade is finished with a second skin consisting of 5mm-thick sheet-metal modules whose degree of perforation varies according to both the lighting needs for comfort and orientation and the need to dissipate energy from the sun’s radiation. The lacquered treatment of the panels in subtly different shades generates a reactive vibration when stimulated by the atmospheric changes and especially the sunsets that occur in this open area in ​​the southeast of Madrid. The space between the two skins forms a route of ventilation, maintenance and safety that updates the building to its new needs. But without a doubt, the most significant achievement refers to the building's capacity to become an image of the company's modernity and technological ambition. Indeed, this building, located in an uncertain, invisible and inaccessible place, has become the most published image of the company, providing the firm for the first time with a physical representation of an activity that is diluted in the atmosphere." 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The recently finished Opera house and BarCode complex, the ongoing Library and Munch Museum and the planned housing, offices and commercial space will end up extending the city centre and opening it out to the sea, thus ending up with the historical rejection from many coastal cities to their coastline. This urban project strives to avoid a model based on binding isolated phenomena within a certain area, enabling a dynamic and fruitful conversation with the surroundings, a proposal that selects and integrates the different scales and densities, the occupational schemes, the built mass and the free space between the buildings. Thus, the first equation of our proposal comprises a sequence of public, connected and strongly characterized spaces, whose size enables the dialogue with the local, architectural entities which they garnish, integrating them in the general system." 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Four towers are the result of slivering the two massive buildings envisioned in the original masterplan. Framing Salburua’s main axis, these rise over the landscape, poking over the wetlands at their feet. Each tower’s position is slightly tilted from one another’s, generating a cinematic experience and bestowing upon the sinuous park-drive which separates the city from the wetlands with a picturesque idiosyncrasy. Seven of the buildings’ levels (reaching a height from which the hill at the historical centre can be seen) host office spaces, while the rest are devoted to housing (providing dwellings with two or three façades), avoiding the typical private gardens in favour of absorbing the view of the wetlands below, concealing both parking facilities below the public ponds. A single window and a single opaque, enveloping material are the first steps to an extreme protocol of simplification, as a part of an integral bioclimatic plan in which the towers gather energy from the most favourable orientations, granting an optimal solar radiation exposure by means of their proportions.

" ["post_title"]=> string(26) "Dwellings + Offices Towers" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(0) "" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(24) "dwellings-offices-towers" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2020-03-10 18:20:36" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2020-03-10 17:20:36" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(60) "https://estudioherreros.com/project/dwellings-offices-towers/" ["menu_order"]=> int(43) ["post_type"]=> string(7) "project" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } [19]=> object(WP_Post)#9570 (24) { ["ID"]=> int(8551) ["post_author"]=> string(1) "3" ["post_date"]=> string(19) "2005-08-04 01:10:02" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2005-08-03 23:10:02" ["post_content"]=> string(1023) "Apartments with generous ceiling heights, akin to traditional ones, enjoying views like those we might have from a natural observation point, vast planes protected by long artificial shadows cast by generous brise soleil and natural ones in form of plant motifs in the thickness of the glass. Landscape offices where you can contemplate the city and the sea enjoying unique views. The Woermann Tower is a virtual forest from which to enjoy the utopia of living and working immersed in a hybrid landscape. The tower is also a telamon that nods in admiration for the landscape it contemplates. On the ground floor it steps back, ceding space to pedestrians whilst soaring up with its public facilities to treetop height. With this vegetal and anthropomorphic conception we aspire to represent the culture of our times. The Woermann Tower sets out to embody the illusions, desires and fantasies of a society that seeks to discover a compromise between nature and development, an intense form of life faithful to the landscape." 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With this commitment, the project aims to build an enclave unique among its kind, capable of introducing a revision of the model of large urban receptacle committed to the city and to the political, technical and sustainable concerns of the present. To accomplish this, the program is stacked vertically in search of a presence at the urban scale, which is offset by freeing up the ground level, which becomes a public space. The heterodox high-rise construction of a normally horizontal program permits a special three-dimensional richness when deploying the program in a spiral sequence of halls, meeting places and isotropic rooms of 40 to 4,000 m2 that is interwoven with another ascending chain, this one invisible, of logistical movements, warehouses and kitchens, which permanently adapts the spaces to a diversity of uses that include banquets, fairs, sports competitions, shows... and conventions. Likewise, the compression of the floors that derives from the verticality makes it possible to provide natural lighting in all the halls and to deploy a system of natural ventilation through the slabs and the great atrium-central plaza that eliminates the installation of the inevitable air conditioning, thereby reinforcing the environmental commitment of the building that takes up the fight against climate change. In this scheme, the facade is the place of all encounters: that of the users with the city from the four observatories that overlook the same number of ecologies that explain the geography of Bogotá: hills, historical center, modern city and savanna; the encounter of the interior climate with the exterior by means of the gills of automatic climatisation that regulate the breathing of the spaces; the encounter of a solid building tradition with the most advanced glass technology and its treatments; and, finally, the encounter of the building with its urban context, especially at dusk, converted into a new topographical accident for the orientation of the navigators of the city." 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The city must enter the museum, and with it the visitors, who must find within its walls an environment that is familiar to them, that they understand has been planned with them in mind, clarifying for them that contemporary art is ultimately not anything more than the creative expression of some people who have the same preoccupations as the visitors. In this dialogue between the visitors and the art, the moments of contact with the building play a crucial role: crossing the threshold, buying a ticket, leaving a coat in the cloakroom, receiving information or having a drink in its informal cafeteria. To achieve this, we resort to a set of everyday materials, close to industrial aesthetics or DIY, to manipulate them with simple assembly techniques that convey the message that you could have built it yourself. The design unifies all the activities prior to or after the visit to the exhibition halls in a single open space, with a continuous floor that evokes the concrete of the sidewalks, on which a series of small wooden constructions are distributed, profiles of steel and aluminium and little else." 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The intention is to create a museum that supports a wide range of audiences, formats and events, deploying an architecture that assigns the main role to art and people, shows a distinctive image while avoiding sophisticated technological resources, establishes a dialogue by contrast between the two different periods represented by the Robledo Workshop and the new building-, makes the MAMM a symbol of the new era Medellin is striving to consolidate, clings to the city… But above all, an architecture that understands that –nowadays- a museum must also be an awareness center, not only art-wise but also in terms of the present concerns. Therefore, we aim to achieve en exemplary performance in environmental sensitivity, miscegenation, experimentation and any action which contributes to blurring the boundaries between people and disciplines. The museum stacks six double-height levels, piercing them with a core, generating three different spaces per plan. The order and purpose of each level, as well as its programmatic distribution, is completely free. What is shown here is just a preliminary approximation to the required program and a demonstration of the proposed system’s versatility.

" ["post_title"]=> string(17) "Modern Art museum" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(0) "" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(17) "modern-art-museum" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2020-03-03 17:52:50" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2020-03-03 16:52:50" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(53) "https://estudioherreros.com/project/modern-art-museum/" ["menu_order"]=> int(130) ["post_type"]=> string(7) "project" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } [23]=> object(WP_Post)#9574 (24) { ["ID"]=> int(8567) ["post_author"]=> string(1) "3" ["post_date"]=> string(19) "2011-08-04 06:50:04" ["post_date_gmt"]=> string(19) "2011-08-04 04:50:04" ["post_content"]=> string(1466) "We were commissioned to create a public space on a small and urbanly nondescript site. We soon discovered that the bloody demonstrations that brought democracy to Korea in 1980 had been forged in a now non-existent bookshop on the same corner and we decided to construct a celebration of democratic freedom that involves the individual and collective use of public space. The idea was to build a simple manifesto of contemporary architecture, a hut for everyone, open and friendly. The trees that welcomed us are now part of the design. The ground plan is also part of the project in order to turn it into a neutral frame ready to host daily activities. We pave it with just a single material, but in different colours and textures. Some of its pieces emerge from the ground, encouraging actions such as sitting, lying, meeting or connecting, simulating an array of benches, tables or urban altars. All that remains is to conquer the air, and we do so by means of a large weightless piece that illuminates the space while drawing the invisible contour of the space liberated by the trees. Paving and providing energy are the actions that underpin the construction of the contemporary hut. The dream of Laugier viewed through Reyner Banham’s "A Home is not a House" transposed to the twenty-first century visits a historical city in transformation. 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It is a sophisticated, multipurpose space with a marked theatrical idiosyncrasy, housing different areas that feature diverse atmospheric properties and content. This programmatic duality finds its architectural translation in strategies such as uneven flooring, the introduction of singular objects -the main space spheres, the glass tanks or the large working desk- the careful selection of materials and a meticulous lighting study. All in all, the concepts deployed in the project gravitate towards the construction of an illusory world that encourages experimentation and sensory perception while exploring contemporary forms of relationship between space and creativity, innovation, teamwork, communication and exploitation of talents that will certainly be stimulated when operating in a changing and dynamic space." 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Poking over the perimetral railing, the pavilion's floor appears some meters below, surrounded by an apparently insurmountable gap. A few steps backwards are enough to discover a curvilinear tunnel which leads to the tangent directrix of the moat which surrounds the glazed central space, revealing the enigmatically-floating figure inside. Wandering around this corridor, experiencing the reflections shed by the polished roof, becoming thrilled by the loss of references, exploring another echo, another light, witnessing a phenomenon that occurs before our eyes and remains unperishable when we are gone, are the aims of this elementary construction. The pavilion condenses the very primal concerns of architecture: sheltering, dialoguing with nature and providing a wide range of spatial experiences which shall remain etched in the visitors’ memories." 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To achieve this numerous ample corridors without evident hierarchies are laid out and bent. They expand and contract provoking an optimized distribution of galleries that offers obvious improvements as in visibility and exhibition possibilities. Its isotropy is only being broken in the main plaza that holds the Market (stands of publishers and magazines), the Assembly (forum), the Theatre (performances) and the Gallery of Wonders (expanded box). Therefore, and with a latent structure of subjective perception as well as singular and carefully designed elements, a characteristic personality of the ARCO exhibition space is being achieved. With the unfolded system a majority of stands has a longer show front than depth or the sought after corner situation. The corridors work as a sequence of little squares that spare the visitor from endless corridors with claustrophobic widths and provide a richness of views and crossed perceptions." 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Here architecture plays an essential role in the construction of space, while at the same time attempting to vanish in support of the works on display. In order to achieve this effect, much work has been done on the ideal proportions that make each room so balanced that at the same time as it constructs and delimits the space to make it straightforward and comprehensible, it is imperceptible to the viewer, who turns all his attention to the object of the visit. This process of making the architecture disappear has generated a huge amount of work to minimise any physical accident of the surfaces and to centre the architectural resources in the construction of the walls, the floor and the ceiling. The design stimulates a conversation about the traditional idea of ​​the flexible museum as an open-space industrial plan, remembering that, without underestimating that model, a set of permanent, linked rooms can be an arrangement open to a great diversity of formats as well." 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For the 2009 edition the system has been inverted so that multiple membranes act as independent objects making the spatial context coincide with the programmatic. The screens of 2009 are modular objects that mark the neutral space in which they float, being main actors in a cast of construction elements that suggest a “work in progress” scheme of deliberately low tech technology that fits into a container of recycled materials. Both editions coincide in the simplicity and accessibility of its base materials and their structural optimization, thus converting the cardboard tubes, an originally weak material, into systems with both esthetical and functional qualities." 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For the 2008 edition a membrane built with the cardboard tubes from carpets of the exhibition spaces themselves created a periphery of cellular areas.  The membrane made of black tubes creates a dark space, fluid and cave-like. Both editions coincide in the simplicity and accessibility of its base materials and their structural optimization, thus converting the cardboard tubes, an originally weak material, into systems with both esthetical and functional qualities." 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The terrain is uneven and tectonically varied with large granite boulders alternating with spectacular evergreen oaks. So we decided to split the programme into different volumes.Therefore we are able to adapt to the topography and create complementary zones in between each volume. The only areas to be landscaped are those that correspond to the maximum shading silhouette of each volume creating habitable outdoor spaces.The layout of a Celtic village provides a contrast between the fragility of the volumes that harmonise with the climate and the atmospheric phenomena to be found at a spot where the geography is severe and stark in nature.The dry construction systems serve to stress the artificiality of the architecture and turn the technical solutions into the driving force for a dialogue with nature, albeit without mimicry or unwarranted occupancy. The library tower and its viewing platform serve to form an observatory that overlooks the entire plateau." 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The project converts an existing vernacular structure that formerly served as a refuge for shepherds into a small residence for occasional use.The approach consisted in replicating the original volume symmetrically to conserve the original conditions and technical function of an apparently innocent construction that was designed intelligently concerning orientation, ventilation and water collection facilities. A dry-constructed outer wall stimulates an open and voluntary dialogue with the different aspects of the local climate. Seeing, illuminating, ventilating or heating are various operations associated with two independent systems of openings and shutters that imbue the northern and southern faces with an ambiguous and enigmatic character. The interior reproduces the original and primitive scheme of three compartments (for animals, shepherds and forage) and splits it facing two directions: North (kitchen, bedroom and bathroom) and South (dining room, living room and study). Each compartment contains one single major object (table, sofa, writing desk, bath, bed and cooker) which serves to define each space and its use. It serves as reference for an exterior family which forms an exterior dwelling (dining space, bench, table, shower, hammock and barbeque).  The construction stands on a small rocky hillock from which there is a panoramic view of the valley, the mountains and the town of Artá ​​built on another nearby watchtower, constituting a privileged observatory of sunrises, sunsets and storms. The structure coexists humbly with the silence, the climate and the presence of the animals, wanting to be part of the great conversation of the passage of the seasons." 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The program for the library consisted of a bundle of independent pieces of similar size and importance.  In a context where landscaping and institutional aspects have a great importance it seems reasonable to explore the possibilities that opens a vertical organization of the program stacking the different libraries – adult reading room, periodical room, media room and infant library. Doing so not only generates functional benefits like minimizing cores and walking distances, simplifying construction and creating diaphanous floors but also in symbolic terms as an emerging piece and public statement which serves as an urban catalyst for collective activities in Usera giving it a centre and urbanistic sense. It links the surrounding parks resolving the different levels creating new green and paved areas. The project takes advantage of the existing urban context giving it a major unity at the same time. High ceilings and wallpaper designed by Peter Halley create an atmosphere of penumbra, silent and concentrated, which communicates with the outside via isolated openings that select fragments of both close and distant landscapes. 

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The metal mesh system of the façade provides protection for the facilities and allows vegetation to grow all around, wrapping the whole complex. This arrangement permits to use the roof as either an outdoor gymnasium or a tennis court.We want to produce an image similar to vegetated structures with a long tradition in gardening, especially in the Retiro Park, where magnificent spaces have been constructed in the past using trellises and hedges. Emulating these references, the project strives to create a contemporary vision of the pavilion theme in a garden by using an abstract composition with the vegetation outlined on the framework. The construction will thus be a new amalgam of natural and artificial elements, a sculptural composition that will give a unique identity to this part of the park." 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It is not conceived as a refuge to escape the city but as a fragment of the daily home moved to the countryside. That's why it is not necessary to break it, to build a basement, to plant a garden, to alter nature with decorative species, or to pervert the composition of the soil and its runoff. In fact, the structure hardly touches the surface except for a few metallic feet that do not require foundations to rest on the original granite. This conceptual lightness is carried to its ultimate consequences by conceiving this minimal construction as a prototype of energy-independent industrialised housing. All construction systems are dry. Complete units are manufactured in the workshop with all the interior finishes of the maximum size that conventional transport allows. Only the last layer of the facade and the roof are attached in situ to ensure continuity, overlap and waterproofing of the joints. Interior partitions, storage and fixed furniture are incorporated into the vertical walls that house installations of high technical quality that permit remote control. The resulting ensemble offers quality, control over the execution time, maintenance plans and growth options far superior to traditional construction. A large terrace extends and orientates the house towards the landscape, giving it value through the views, the lightness of the installation and the deliberate industrial appearance of the object that seeks an integration more contrasted than mimetic, as a gesture of a contemporary appreciation of nature." 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Its 55 hectares deeply wooded receive each day five thousand people who go there to practice their favorite sport, play, walk, relax, have a drink or attend any of the scheduled activities offered by the park. A library, a swimming pool and the headquarters of some institutions complete an intense and varied program. Any citizen of Panama knows the Park and assumes it as its own. We could say that the Omar Park is the garden of all the houses in the city regardless of age, social class or schedules; a democratic and inclusive infrastructure inscribed in the imaginary identity of the city and its inhabitants. But the culture of free time has changed and the park must update its bid to become a separate enclave of the XXI centurbest from the past, set important commitments to the sensitivities of the present and py. 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