Ep Es Cremat / Duch-Pizá Architects

  • 26 Aug 2012
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© Jaime Sicilia

Architects: Duch-Pizá Architects
Location: ,
Project Year: 2008
Photographs: Jaime Sicilia

Collaborators: E.Parareda, G.Riverón, T.Garau

Extension of an old school in which we had to keep the central cloister. Because of its slope, the plot was divided into thin terraces.

© Jaime Sicilia

The section of the building contains in its interior outdoor spaces, lit naturally from the roof, which are linked on an ascending tour and can remain open in non opening school hours. The former cloister, turned into a big assembly hall, appears on a diagonal view from the entrance hall. The gym was partially buried, expanding the horizontal extent of the plant and we place a sports track on its roof. This area, separate from the school by a courtyard, has independent access from the side street.

© Jaime Sicilia

This ascending tour, through areas protected from the rain and cool in summer, is offered not only as an extension of the school, but also as an extension of the town’s public places.

First Floor Plan

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Cite: "Ep Es Cremat / Duch-Pizá Architects" 26 Aug 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 26 May 2015. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=264587>
  • Ciuski

    I think that this building is not in italy.