Cabrera / Hauser Ziblat

  • 06 Dec 2012
  • Housing Selected Works
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Architects: Hauser Ziblat
Location: ,
Design Team: German Hauser, Daniela Ziblat
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Courtesy of Hauser Ziblat

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Project Area: 2,152.92 sqm
Collaborators : Martín Dumas, Brenda Levi, Mariana Zylberman, Sofia Superti
Ground Surface: 339 sqm

The project was created in response to the high demand for a student housing, a need that arises from the location of the building in an area of the city with many universities.

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We have developed five types of housings, providing a high level of independency in their internal organization. They are:

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1. Studio Apartments
2. Two rooms with square common areas
3. Two divided rooms
4. Two traditional rooms
5. Duplex

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We proposed a variety of programs that promoted the unity and integrity of people, which are located on the ninth level, which has views towards the city.

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The building has a special treatment of its edges, which through an integrated system for structural carpentry-rails raises subtle textures, lights and shadows that enrich the relationship between interior and exterior.

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The location of the building, adjacent to a small tower on the corner, allowed us to develop a building that “spies” from behind the adjoining building. We have worked on the arrangement of the balconies, railings treatment, and particularly on the design of the dividing wall.

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Ground Floor Plan

We have tried to give the building a simple design in order to provide some calm in a sector of the city, due to the great transformation that the neighborhood is going through.

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Cite: "Cabrera / Hauser Ziblat" 06 Dec 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 31 Jul 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=302557>

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