西班牙,Torreagüera,两个私人住宅/ Xpiral

Xpiral事务所的西班牙建筑师Javier Peña在西班牙穆尔西亚设计完成了两座住宅,较低的一座用堆叠的陶瓷酒架建成。

这个项目叫作Torreagüera Vivienda Atresada,包括两座住宅,其中一座在另一座之上悬挑出来。

构成下层住宅的酒架中的一些孔洞插入了彩色的陶瓷片。

摄影:David Frutos

以下是María José Marcos书写的更详细信息:

Torreagüera Vivienda Atresada (2004-2009)

两座住宅在竖直方向上建造,占用了整个地块的宽度。

建筑师将设计概念命名为“vivienda atresada”,充分挖掘竖直方向双生住宅的概念。

临街而建的住宅名为“土地”,而上面名为“天空”的住宅则面向山脉。

创新的立面由陶瓷酒架构成,圆形的陶瓷片封闭了酒架的孔洞,能够控制视线和住宅的微气候。

这些陶瓷片是Xpiral办公室的创新设计。

项目:two private houses

建筑师:Javier Peña. XPIRAL

合作者:Jesús Galera.

客户:Private

地点:西班牙穆尔西亚Torreagüera

项目年份:2009

摄影:David Frutos


Spanish architect Javier Peña of Xpiral has completed two houses in Murcia, Spain, with the lower volume built from stacked ceramic wine racks.

Called Torreagüera Vivienda Atresada, the project comprises two residences, with one cantilevered above the other.

Some of the holes in the wine racks that make up the lower level are plugged with coloured ceramic tiles.

Photographs are by David Frutos.

Here’s some more information, written by María José Marcos:

Torreagüera Vivienda Atresada (2004-2009)

The two houses are built in height, using the full width of the parcel.

The architect named this concept as “vivienda atresada”, exploring the concept of geminated houses in height.

The house that develops from the facade of the main street is named as house of the ´land´, while the house “sky” is facing the mountain.

The innovative facade is made wine rack made of ceramics with circular tiles that close the holes of the wine racks, controling the visual and climate permeability of the house.

These ceramic pieces are an innovative design of Xpiral Office.

Architect: Javier Peña. XPIRAL

Program: two private houses

Collaborators: Jesús Galera.

Year: 2009

Client: Private.

Location: Torreagüera, MURCIA, SPAIN