Social Housing and Center for the Fishermen Brotherhood of Cala Rajada / BB Arquitectes

  • 05 Oct 2012
  • Housing Selected Works
© Jaime Sicilia

Architects: BB Arquitectes
Location: , Spain
Architecture: Antoni Barceló y Bàrbara Balanzó
Rigger: Fernando Liesegang
Project Year: 2011
Photographs: Jaime Sicilia

Project Area: 2730.0 sqm
Structure: Javier Jambrina
Facilities: Enginy, C.B. (Antoni Aguilà)
Collaborators: Francesc Trillo
Construction: Costruccions Lluís Nebot

The Project is located in the periphery of Cala Rajada, a village in the north-east of Mallorca. The development consists of two buildings on a single site and a green area between them for shared use.

© Jaime Sicilia

In the first phase, 15 dwellings were constructed in a compact building with four apartments per floor, set out to maximize the southern orientation of each one, reduce vertical connections as far as possible, and consolidate high humidity zones.

© Jaime Sicilia

The simplicity of the proposal results from a balance between austerity, due to scarce economic resources, and adequate formal composition, and in the absence of clear local references, opts for the traditional whitewashed look of Mediterranean villages.

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