建筑师：MVRDV 和 Blanca Lleó
在马德里的Sanchinarro，第一批居民拿到了他们新落成的塞洛西（Celosia）大楼里的住宅钥匙。MVRDV的雅各布·范·赖斯（Jacob van Rijs）和Blanca Lleó 完成了这个社会住宅项目，它位于他们早期的合作项目Mirador大楼旁边。蜂窝般的赛洛西大楼容纳了146个单元住宅、穿越建筑的外部公共区域、停车场和底座的商业。总建筑面积为21550平方米。1260万欧元的总造价能保证此楼按一个相对低廉的价格卖出。这个建筑体块是开敞式的，允许自然风和光线进入大楼，并提供远景和外部空间，能与周围的环境形成对比。业主方是EMVS,即马德里市公共住宅委员会。
旁边的Mirador大楼是MVRDV 和 Blanca Lleó 2005年完成的，是一个通过竖向叠加来探讨传统建筑形式的项目。赛洛西大楼是一个横向排列的探讨。各部分围绕内部庭院横向排列，但又与当地的一般性封闭建筑相反，它引入了自然光线和共享空间。通过每个住宅都面向一个小广场的开放形式，提供了一个具有也许更加外向型的西班牙生活方式的建筑形式。
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Architect: MVRDV & Blanca Lleó
Location: Madrid, Spain
Budget: 12.6M Euro
Constructed Area: 21,550 sqm
Photographs: Ricardo Espinosa
In Madrid-Sanchinarro the first residents received the keys to their apartments in the just completed Celosia building. Jacob van Rijs of MVRDV and Blanca Lleó have completed the social housing block near the Mirador Building, which is an earlier collaboration. The perforated block of Celosia assembles 146 apartments, communal outside areas throughout the building, and parking and commercial program in the plinth. The total floor area is 21,550 sqm. With a construction cost of 12,6 million Euro the apartments can be sold for affordable prizes. The city block is opened and allows wind and light to enter the building, offering vistas and outside spaces contrasting the surrounding area. The client is EMVS, the public housing corporation of the city of Madrid.
The given volume of the city block was divided into 30 small blocks of apartments. These blocks are positioned in a checkerboard pattern next to and on top of each other, leaving wide openings for communal patios throughout the building. 146 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments are all accessed via these communal spaces. Most apartments offer additional private outdoor space in the shape of a loggia right behind the front door. Inhabitants have the possibility to gather in the communal high-rise patios which offer views towards the city and the mountains and provide natural ventilation in summer. Opening the front doors connects the private outdoor areas to the communal area.
The façade is made of coated concrete which was from the ground floor up constructed in complete mould system, an efficient and clean way to cast concrete, keeping the construction cost to a minimum; an important asset for this social housing project. The polyurethane coating allows the façade to shimmer and reflect depending on the light condition.
All windows are floor to ceiling height and can be shielded from the sun. Each apartment has the possibility of cross ventilation through two or three facades and enjoys views through the building and to the surrounding. A system of power efficient boilers is used in the building; solar panels on the roof heat water reducing energy consumption further.
Underneath the building a parking garage on two levels provides 165 parking spaces. The ground floor offers room for 6 individual retail units.
The nearby Mirador building which was completed by MVRDV and Blanca Lleó in 2005 also discusses the traditional building block by putting it vertical. The Celosia building is horizontally arranged around the interior court but opposes the generic introverted architecture in the area by bringing light and communal space into the building allowing a perhaps more extraverted Spanish lifestyle as every apartment opens up to a small plaza.
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