西班牙,托尔托萨,Ferreries文化中心/[ARQUITECTURIA]

建筑师: [ARQUITECTURIA] Olga Felip + Josep Camps

地点:西班牙,Tortosa

合作者: Mariel·la Agudo, Aitor Horta, Jaume Farrés, Irene Solà

客户: Ajuntament de Tortosa

项目面积: 2,495 平方米

项目年代: 2009 - 2010

摄影: Pedro Pegenaute

当地的Ferreries市场已经多年不用了,现在改建成新的文化中心。

保留Ferreries市场的主要部分,并扩建了新的过渡空间,以连接现有建筑Joan Monclús广场;此外,立面定义了公共空间。原有市场的主要部分与公共空间相交错,从入口连接外部。

从Joan Monclús广场通过斜坡进入现有的建筑,同时,可以在这里进行相关的露天文化活动。

市场和它的扩建部分的联系很重要,它们采用水平线:檐口线和踢脚板,组成了新立面的高度,对比市场内的白色,均匀的室内光线,吸声的木条装饰,黑色的立面由槽的材料质感加强的阴影效果。

建筑展现了两种空间的关系:内向的空间和面向Ferreries社区的公共空间。


Architects: [ARQUITECTURIA] Olga Felip + Josep Camps

Location: Tortosa, Spain

Collaborators: Mariel·la Agudo, Aitor Horta, Jaume Farrés, Irene Solà

Client: Ajuntament de Tortosa

Project area: 2,495 sqm

Project year: 2009 - 2010

Photographs: Pedro Pegenaute

The old local market of Ferreries, after falling into disuse for several years, has been restored and extended to become the new Cultural Center of this neighborhood.

The main old nave of Ferreries market it's preserved and through its extension a new transition space is generated in order to enable the connection between the existing building and Joan Monclús square; furthermore, the elevation that defines this public space is completed | The old nave gets involved to the public space intertwining its interior to the exterior through a new access.

The Joan Monclús Square intervention solves the access to the existing building in terms of slope, at the same time gives the option to carry out open air activities related to the Cultural Center.

An important relation it's established between the market and its extension, understanding the lines of horizontal composition -cornice and skirting board-, opposing the height of the new facade, contrasting the white interior of the nave, of blended and homogeneous light, of acoustics muffled by wood strips; to a new dark facade, of accentuated shadows by the grooved texture of the material.

A dialogue between an introverted space and a public space opened to the whole community of Ferreries Neighborhood.