西班牙,马德里,奥尔菲拉住宅/Abalos + Sentkiewicz Arquitectos

建筑师: Ábalos + Sentkiewicz arquitectos

地点:西班牙马德里 Calle Orfila 7

项目主持人: Iñaki Ábalos, Renata Sentkiewicz

项目团队: Víctor Garzón, Elena Cuerda, Juan José González, Ismael Martín, Luis Matanzo, Alfredo Muñoz

业主: OLABE S.L

结构工程师: NB35

电气工程师: Pedro Blanco

施工: CYR Proyectos y Obras

监理: Ramón Paradinas

渲染: Jens Richter

建筑面积: 1,984 sqm

造价: 810,360€

项目时间: 2003-2009

摄影:Ábalos + Sentkiewicz arquitectos

这个位于马德里市中心,老宫殿旁马棚原址上的建筑,给了我们一个尝试的机会,尝试马德里传统视线和半透明幕墙的叠加。进而获得了将传统彼此相连大房间的舒适性和当代空间的简洁性与内外空间的流动性相结合的效果。同时,宫殿和现存大树木所形成的城市氛围,将这个小建筑勾勒出一个充满情感的小展馆景象。当然这些都融入了其自身的空间和材料组织规则中,尽管以具有普遍性和困难度的“高雅建筑”为出发点,来实现一个真正的建筑作品并不容易。

建筑内部的分散式布局为了适应马德里的日照和通风特征。紧凑大进深、穿堂风、南北向、中心庭院、带有遮阳的大开洞,这些传统建筑的手法在新建筑中得以运用,使得起居室朝南、卧室朝北、服务用房围绕中庭形成一个圆环。这种布局方式结合了众多露台。剖面上挖出的这一系列露台形成了大片的室外起居空间,与周围花园般的环境紧密相连。

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Architects: Ábalos + Sentkiewicz arquitectos

Location: Calle Orfila 7, Madrid, Spain

Project Directors: Iñaki Ábalos, Renata Sentkiewicz

Project Team: Víctor Garzón, Elena Cuerda, Juan José González, Ismael Martín, Luis Matanzo, Alfredo Muñoz

Client: OLABE S.L

Structural Engineer: NB35

M/E: Pedro Blanco

Constructor: CYR Proyectos y Obras

Quality Surveyor: Ramón Paradinas

Rendering: Jens Richter

Built Area: 1,984 sqm

Budget: 810,360€

Project Year: 2003-2009

Photographs: Courtesy of Ábalos + Sentkiewicz arquitectos

A building on the site of an old Palace’s adjacent stables, in the center of Madrid, gave us the opportunity to experiment with the overlap between the tradition of Madrid’s viewpoints and a shaded and permeable curtain wall, permitting us conjugate the traditional comfort of big linked rooms with the cleanliness of contemporary spaces and their indoor-outdoor fluency. At the same time the context, conditioned by the Palace and the existence of large trees, has led us to imagine this small building as a pavilion responding at the same time to all sensations in the context and none, apparently absorbed in its own spatial and material organization laws, but always trying to solve a more general and difficult problem, the “elegance” one, a sticky attribute from where is not always easy to get architecture.

The distribution outline meets the requirements of sunning and ventilation of Madrid (whose wind regimes, more intense than Chicago ones, turn this into the main regulation climate system). Compact and deep building, cross ventilation, north-south orientation, a centre courtyard and large openings with solar protection form a thermodynamic scheme, present in traditional architecture, that leads to orientate living room to south, dormitories to north and services around the courtyard, creating a ring. This outline is superimposed with a series of terraces that are digging the section and generate large outside living room in direct connection with the gardened environment.