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CAAC / Paredes Pino

  • 01:00 - 10 September, 2010
CAAC / Paredes Pino
CAAC / Paredes Pino, ©  Jorge López Conde
©  Jorge López Conde

©  Jorge López Conde ©  Jorge López Conde ©  Jorge López Conde ©  Jorge López Conde +14

  • Collaborators

    Raquel Blasco Fraile, David Pérez Herranz
  • Consultors

    Rafael Pérez Morales,Robert Brufau, Xavier Aguiló, María José Camporro, BOMA S.L. (structures), ARGU, Ingeniería (mechanical engineering)
  • Contractor

    Ferrovial
  • Promotor

    Procórdoba. Proyectos de Córdoba Siglo XXI
  • Budget

    3259924.66 €
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©  Jorge López Conde
©  Jorge López Conde

From the architect. Its location close to the railway station of the AVE high speed train in Cordoba city can take advantage of this gap as a unique opportunity, giving the character and scale necessary to assume as a new focus of interest not only confined to the neighborhood, but as a magnet in conjunction with the city.

plan
plan

We opted for a solution that allows a wide variety of uses. It offers a covered area, protected from the weather, which will house a temporary market two days a week and other activities at other times.

©  Jorge López Conde
©  Jorge López Conde

It therefore poses a solution based on prefabricated circular elements that vary in height and diameter and arranged in a flexible manner to allow a similar vision of an urban forest of shadows. The parasols also solve the artificial lighting in the same item and allow drainage of water inside.

sketch
sketch
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "CAAC / Paredes Pino" 10 Sep 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/76944/caac-paredes-pino/>
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flavia kima · March 29, 2012

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Cecilia · May 27, 2011

Spectacular project. Am looking forward to seeing it in person!

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Max · September 17, 2010

It's my idea!)
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manuti · September 14, 2010

CAAC / Paredes Pino http://j.mp/b5o9vu no era mejor hacer esto con árboles

Amanda H. · September 14, 2010

From the aerial view, the color palette of the parasols well reflects its surroundings, the commercial and residential buildings. The experience on the ground seems to lose the excitement of the colors on top. I think it would have been interesting if the parasols were slightly transparent and had a multicolor shadow effect below instead of having a white undercoat. I think forests have a similar effect with the light shining through the canopies, a slight tinge of green in the shadows.

David Mcgowan · September 14, 2010

At first glance i was automatically attracted to the design, its brightness and slender design i feel is a modern elegant choice for the public space. However does anyone else think they have slightly gone to far? Maybe a few of these in a smaller area would be better, or splitting the area up with this design and other features? It just seems to be to much.
Another point, that i can't quite get my head around is... If they are intended for people to lounge and sit ontop of them like one of the photos implies. Just how do you clamber your way up there?

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iChin · September 13, 2010

the concept makes more sense as a temporary installation, ie the Mexico Pavilion at the Shanghai Expo. but time will tell whether this project is actually over-engineered or indeed functional and contributes to the community

Rob.i · September 11, 2010

They definitely should upload images taken on market days. These pictures doesn't represent the idea at the base of the project. This empty space under the big umbrellas doesn't make any sense.

Steffen · September 11, 2010

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suhrud bokare · September 11, 2010

wonderful landscape. it is neat and clean.

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Jon Stephens · September 11, 2010

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Kootenay Lake Living · September 11, 2010

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Bobo Feed · September 10, 2010

We actually think it looks very appropriate for its context. If one looks at the location plan, there appears to be plenty of green space in the immediate vicinity. And the architects' brief indicates that the space is used for a market 2 days a week. Looks like a great solution for an outdoor market to us.

priscilla · September 10, 2010

The first thing that came to my mind was: these really look good from the sky.. but if you are standing under them, its impossible to see the colours!!! So, what's the point?

Jumbleh · September 11, 2010 02:27 AM

i think that people can also go on the roof,so you still can fell the colours

Hui · September 10, 2010

i really can't understand how i can get on one of these mushroom.. and i think it will be much better if the architecture itself have more facilities to encourage different kinds of activities

Nom_de_Guerre · September 10, 2010

You know what? The aerial picture looks awesome but I can't help thinking that the same space with trees would be better. A lot.

Trees purify air, they provide shade, they are a shelter to life, they're cheaper than tons of steel and aluminum, etc, etc.

Sometimes you should practice architecture without building...

ltd · September 14, 2010 05:29 AM

Perhaps a combination of trees and umbrellas. I wonder if the depth of the tree canopy would disconnect the users from the sky: if too heavily vegetated. Or if too sparsely vegetated, there might not be enough shade in the not Spanish sun.

Rdemer · September 13, 2010 04:58 PM

Yeah trees thats a mad idea who would of thought?
r tard

Espen · September 10, 2010 08:34 PM

My sentiment exactly.

This is actually rather sad.
Good intentions gone wrong..

FELIPE GOES · September 10, 2010

Beatiful structures !

Great use of color too.

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