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Kindergarten in Raïmat / BmesR29 Arquitectes

Kindergarten in Raïmat / BmesR29 Arquitectes

© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez+ 15

Text description provided by the architects. This new kindergarten is articulated as a square element on the ground floor consisting of three structural walls that support the roof. This faithfully reproduces the shape of the plant. The walls are placed parallel to the urban environment and extend beyond the perimeter of the building.

© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez
© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez

At first, the building was planned as a simple set of elements made of concrete, but sensing that would become visual blurring with soft tonalities, and lost among the future small buildings. It was decided to highlight the walls through a combination of brightly colored stripes and two shades of gray. This made the building recognizable in this environment without references and giving it a different character for the future integration in the built environment.

© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez
© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez

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Address:Carrer Sifó, 25111, Lleida, Spain

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Cite: "Kindergarten in Raïmat / BmesR29 Arquitectes" 19 Apr 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/129019/kindergarten-in-raimat-bmesr29-arquitectes> ISSN 0719-8884
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© Amaneceres Fotográficos / Josep Ardiaca Rodríguez

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