LocationCalle Pizarro Prolongación, Jerez, Cádiz, Spain
Architect in ChargeJosé Soto García
ConstructorItaca Construcciones Sociedad Cooperativa Andaluza
From the architect. The building is on one level, slightly elevated above the ground level and easily accessible for wheelchair users.
Next to the main entrance, and leading the building to the public road, are located the administrative offices and the lobby, while the building inside has two bands, of spaces functionally complemented. So this zoning is divided into:
Band of users common areas
South-facing, it is mainly composed of the living room and dining room, but also houses an occupational therapy room and doctor's office. Assumes major communications within the building, with tangential tours to both areas.
It’s the northwest area of the building, more compartmentalized, with different rooms such as toilets, physiotherapy room or kitchen job. Control and wardrobe staff, also in this field, are more associated to the main entrance of the building. There is a secondary access in this band that solves the entry of materials or food, while serving as an alternative emergency exit.