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SL 2401 Building / CMS Arquitectas

  • 01:00 - 6 May, 2013
  • Translated by Lorena Quintana
SL 2401 Building / CMS Arquitectas
SL 2401 Building / CMS Arquitectas, Cortesía de Walter Salcedo
Cortesía de Walter Salcedo

© Luis Vignoli © Luis Vignoli Cortesía de Walter Salcedo Cortesía de Walter Salcedo + 28

  • Architects

  • Location

    Rosario, Santa Fe Province, Argentina
  • Project Architects

    Chiatello Diana, Matiasevich Paula, Spinetta Melina
  • Area

    876.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2012
  • Photography

    Courtesy of Walter Salcedo, Luis Vignoli, Courtesy of CMS Arquitectas
  • Collaborators

    Carolina Crivello
  • Structures

    Raúl Zamboni
  • Construction Company

    Ciclar S.R.L.
  • Technical Supervision

    Arq. Ciro Di Mauro
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Cortesía de Walter Salcedo
Cortesía de Walter Salcedo

Text description provided by the architects. A peculiar building lot, small and on a corner, determined the layout scheme of the project: main areas in relation to the street facing north and east, and building services (stairwell, elevator and bathrooms) towards the party wall. The lot is fully occupied, and generates a facade plane that exceeds the 1.20m building line allowed in most of the perimeter. The full potential of the lot is exploited.

Cortesía de Walter Salcedo
Cortesía de Walter Salcedo

The repetition of the typical floor plan is characterized by the use of the structural frame; this is where the apartment balconies are located. This element that characterizes and formally identifies the building is composed of exposed concrete slabs and interspersed columns, and consolidates the corner by reinstating the right angle of contact of the two streets along the height of the building. The cantilevered structural frame is supported, at its rear, by an interior frame of walls and beams that make up the load bearing structure of the building.

Cortesía de Walter Salcedo
Cortesía de Walter Salcedo

The first floor – intended for offices – acts as a transition between the ground level and the superimposed frame of the balconies. This level is cut at the corner and dematerializes the corner, generating a double-height space that provides an urban scale to the access.

Cortesía de Walter Salcedo
Cortesía de Walter Salcedo

In this type of condo buildings, we address repetition and differences. In this project, the difference lies in the spatiality of the ground floor, making the most out of a free plan, and thus giving visual continuity between the interior of the building and the public space. The use of an open frame of metal profiles along the entire perimeter physically closes the ground floor but not visually.

Cortesía de CMS Arquitectas
Cortesía de CMS Arquitectas

There are no physical limits between the entrance hall and the parking area, making the most out of the spatial continuity allowed by a free plan. The limit is proposed simply by using a glossy material like black granite in the hall, as opposed to the opacity of the gray tile floor, and by lowering the ceiling level with a suspended ceiling as opposed to the roughness of the exposed concrete slab.

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Cite: "SL 2401 Building / CMS Arquitectas" [Edificio SL 2401 / CMS Arquitectas] 06 May 2013. ArchDaily. (Trans. Quintana, Lorena) Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/368665/sl-2401-building-cms-arquitectas/> ISSN 0719-8884