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2 Houses with 6 Homes / nodo17 Architects

© Pablo Cruz Arjona
© Pablo Cruz Arjona
  • Architects: nodo17 Architects
  • Location: Pozuelo, Spain
  • Architect In Charge: Manuel Pérez Romero
  • Collaborator Architects: Alegría Zorrilla Miras, Birga Wingenfeld, Michael Moradiellos
  • Area: 820.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Pablo Cruz Arjona

© Pablo Cruz Arjona © Pablo Cruz Arjona © Pablo Cruz Arjona © Pablo Cruz Arjona

  • Infography: Jaime López
  • Quantity Surveyor: Ignacio Delgado Conde
  • Structural Engineer: JOFEMAR (José Luis Gutierrez)
  • Services Surveyor: EURING Ingenieros
© Pablo Cruz Arjona
© Pablo Cruz Arjona

From the architect. Construction of two semidetached houses. But, how many homes have two houses? Maybe not just 2. We like its in definition. Are they are 6 houses, 4 or 2…?

© Pablo Cruz Arjona
© Pablo Cruz Arjona

We propose an ambiguous project in relation to size and number of homes. The houses are divided in compact volumes, with different sizes and heights.

Instead of the options of clearly delimiting the building into two volumes that correspond to two houses or making them into a single volume, we propose a combination of volumes, fragments of small houses, which create an architecture without scale. Each volume is built with one material only, on the exterior as well as the interior of the houses.

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