Eladio 13 / Biagioni – Pecorari Arquitectos

  • 04 Jan 2013
  • Housing Selected Works
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Architects: Biagioni Pecorari  Arquitectos - Gabriel Biagioni, Sergio Pecorari
Location: Santa Fe,
Collaborators: Matías Gabrielloni, Virginia Aranda
Area: 468 sqm
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Federico Cairoli

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Eladio 13 is part of a series of buildings located in the district of Guadalupe (Santa Fe, Argentina), originally a suburban neighborhood, that is currently being populated by young people and students who prefer environmental quality and proximity to their universities.

© Federico Cairoli

This urban change has led us to a series of design investigations about housing developments in low-density neighborhoods. We have been working with typological variants with private common areas conceived as continuity of the public space.

© Federico Cairoli

Stairs, walkways and open hallways are transitions between the street and inner spaces. In this case, the arrangement of the building plan is the result of the pre-existing one-storey-house that was completely preserved. Ground floor units were placed inside the existing walls and the two upper floors were arranged following that perimeter.

© Federico Cairoli

New walls, in light-weight masonry, have been coated with white plaster in order to merge the new with the old. In constrast, walkways and stairs were constructed in iron and wood.

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