Calamity Atelier
Architects: David Úbeda Sales, Pablo Valero Escolano
Client: Unknown
Status: Competition (2019)
Clasification: Finalist
Location: Trento, Italy
Climate: Temperate, Humid subtropical
Material: Concrete
Environment: Forest
Visualizer: Studio
Scale: 1.500 ㎡ Medium
Types: Cultural, Cultural center, Housing, Residential

The intervention is understood as an integrated solution of different nodes composed by a variety of common modules. This approach to the intervention rises up from the search of shapes that could adapt to the different programs that are required while being enable at the same time to be read together as a whole despite the great disparity of these programs.

There various low height exterior volumes adapt to the surroundings, looking for being kind with the landscape, creating a dialog with it and with the architectures that are placed on it. As a result, we reach an image plenty of different views and a great richness of perspectives. The project is considered as a mix of minimal modern architecture with the typical architectures of different scattered buildings and the tiny urban networks that are found at the area.

Our aim is the idea of bringing together modernity and the history of the place throw the geometries and materiality.

“I use the square to begin my solutions because the square is a non-choice, really. In the course of development, I search for the forces that would disprove the square” – Louis Khan

Post date: 08/04/2019 | Views: 3.128