Café Cultural en el Polígono SurEdit profile
The new equipment is an opportunity to make the only free space in the southern polygon be able to connect at the city level with the city through Guadaira Park. The Cultural Café is configured as a connecting door between such public spaces, ensuring the opening of a degraded environment and isolated part of the city.
The proposal is part of an added complexity to the reality of the neighborhood in which it is cituated, for planting in an apple on the unknown nature of the buildings that will be performed in their fields. Our plot, which forms the northeast corner of the block, has a certain character of access to public space posed by urbanization within the block.
These factors have shaped the character of the proposed isotropic, which adapts to the shape of the plot to generate a surround ring evenly dialogue with neighboring parcels creating a large courtyard inside a small plaza. This homogeneity is altered only when the building rises from the ground to produce hits that connect with the inner square. They create physical and visual continuity between the northeast and southwest of the building, points of communication with the city and park respectively. With these elevations, the building is only supported on two points, leaving the plot to ground level when the building is in use, open to the public, free almost entirely, giving the space to the city and linking it to inside the block.
The solution therefore gives rise to the dual condition to make a proposal open and closed, proposes the creation of a large private patio-a priori-public or the design of a small square, a public-private priori, or at least use conditioned. We then resolving the best way possible contradiction in the intention to regenerate through a building a degraded environment and respond to metropolitan influence having a center like this.
Description by architects (translation)