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Fluidity / gglab + Paulo Flores

  • 01:00 - 15 October, 2013
Fluidity / gglab + Paulo Flores
Fluidity / gglab + Paulo Flores, Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores
Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores

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  • Architects

  • Location

    Milan, Italy
  • Design Team

    Andrés Arias, José Ramón Tramoyeres, Paulo Flores, Danilo Spiga, PovilasCepaitis Luis Enrique, Diego Ordóñez, Carlos Piles, Alberto Seller, Jaume Verdeguer, Miguel Rus, Arense Zaragoza.
  • Consultants

    Cast on Cast (parametrization, optimization and digital manufacturing)
  • Ceramics

    Ceracasa, Cerámica Decorativa, Cerámica Mayor, Natucer y Tau Cerámica.
  • Structure

    Manolo García Carpintería Artística S.L.U.
  • Collaboration

    Ceracasa Cerámica, Decorativa,Natucer, Tempio y Tau Cerámica.
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores
Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores
Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores

From the architect. Today´s global society demands a greater continuity between public and private, indoor and outdoor spaces, from which new synergies arise, and lead to more dynamic urban spaces with a better relationship between cities and their inhabitants.

Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores
Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores

Fluidity uses the characteristics of ceramics to respond to these needs, creating urban elements characterized by a double skin, an outer side composed of scales that decontaminate the air combine with an inner skin of extruded ceramic tubes, the pavement folds generating benches and makes waves that interacting with the skins. Walls, ceilings and floors interacting.

Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores
Courtesy of gglab + Paulo Flores

The public space of the future will not be a universal and uniform space, instead will generate continuity and contiguity through the use of diverse elements and coordination of building systems, allowing and promoting simultaneous programs.

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