Laboratory Building - Ramón Carrillo / Moscato Schere Todo Terreno + MS + DPF UNLa

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Architects: Moscato Schere Todo Terreno + MS + DPF UNLa Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina Designers: Agustin Moscato, Joaquín Moscato, Ramiro Schere Project Team: Lucia Hollman, Julián Puyal Project Year: 2012 Photographs: Manuel Ciarlotti

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Project Area: 900 sqm Director Of Physical Planning: Arq. Daniel Giovanini Work Inspector: Arq. Fernando Spataro-MMO Jorge Mayocchi Structural Advisor: Ing. Raúl Leyton

These buildings are part of the opening and consolidation of a new urban axis within the current polygon of the university.

The Building of Epidemiology is the first in a series of works to be developed under the same formal matrix, constructive and typological but with different uses and programs. The Laboratory Building is the second in the series to be completed in the future with the construction of the Building of Dormis.

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Inside each building, the various subprograms are placed in blocks arranged around a central courtyard. The buildings are related to the patio through a glazed circulation space.

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The definition and characteristics of the subspaces is free and varied, and can be open or closed, covered or semi-covered, glazed or opaque.

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In the outer perimeter, perimeter walls and stone walls meet diverse functions such as supporting, light control, privacy level, etc.

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Last but not least, it provides homogeneity of language between the sides of each building and between the “series” of buildings.

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Cite: Jonathan Alarcon. "Laboratory Building - Ramón Carrillo / Moscato Schere Todo Terreno + MS + DPF UNLa" 13 Nov 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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