西班牙,马德里,巴列卡斯48号/ Auriens Arquitectura

Vallecas 48是一个竞赛获奖项目,竞赛组织者是马德里市政住房和土地管理局 (EMVS)。项目包含41个住宅单元、41个商业和存储空间,以及42个停车位。设计研究将多个的家庭组合在一起,聚集在同一座建筑内,采用L形的平面布局。最后设计出了两个连在一起的建筑体,其中一个落在另一个的上面,下面是道路,另一个体量在第一个的后面,建筑师称其为“体量的游戏”。

以下是此项目的效果图、线图以及更多的图片。

建筑师:Auriens Arquitectura

地点:西班牙马德里

医疗指导:Pablo Iglesias Maldonado

合伙人:Enrique Pérez Romero, Cristóbal Díez Sánchez, Daniel Matías González 合作者:Álvaro Martínez Casado, Cristina Barbero Castillo, Darío Arévalo Torres, Diana Caballero Obregón, Edurne Armenteros Arza, Macarena Fontán Sánchez

发起人:Municipal Company for Housing and land in Madrid (EMVS)

施工方:Oca

项目面积:6,223.66 sqm

效果图:Courtesy of Auriens Arquitectura

摄影:Chirstine Barbs

两个独立的体量相交形成通往室内庭院的入口。建筑围绕一个个绿色区域和阶梯区域组织布局。

建筑立面上设置了很多随意布置的窗洞,创造了动态的效果。

设计中运用了主动和被动系统节能,例如利用建筑的朝向增加能效。


Vallecas 48 was the winner of a contest organized by the EMVS of Madrid. It contains 41 residential units, 41 commercial and storage space, and 42 parking spaces. The study decided to group homes in a single building with an L-shaped plan. The result is two bodies that are joined, one flies over the other and the road below, while the other volume falls behind forming what the architects called a “game of volumes.”

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Architects: Auriens Arquitectura

Location: Madrid, Spain

Medical Direction: Pablo Iglesias Maldonado

Associates: Enrique Pérez Romero, Cristóbal Díez Sánchez, Daniel Matías González

Collaborators: Álvaro Martínez Casado, Cristina Barbero Castillo, Darío Arévalo Torres, Diana Caballero Obregón, Edurne Armenteros Arza, Macarena Fontán Sánchez

Promoter: Municipal Company for Housing and land in Madrid (EMVS)

Construction: Oca

Project Area: 6,223.66 sqm

Renderings: Courtesy of Auriens Arquitectura

Photographs: Chirstine Barbs

The separated volumes converge to create access to an interior courtyard . The building organized itself around pockets of green areas and step zones.

The facades are made of distinct holes, arranged randomly, giving the illusion of movement.

Active and passive systems have been used in order to save energy, such as taking advantage of the building orientation improving its energy efficiency.