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Mariano Latorre Lyceum / Macchi - Jeame - Danus & Boza - Boza - Labbé - Ruiz Risueño

  • 09:00 - 16 April, 2015
Mariano Latorre Lyceum / Macchi - Jeame - Danus & Boza - Boza - Labbé - Ruiz Risueño
Mariano Latorre Lyceum / Macchi - Jeame - Danus  & Boza - Boza - Labbé - Ruiz Risueño , © Felipe Díaz Contardo
© Felipe Díaz Contardo

© Felipe Díaz Contardo © Felipe Díaz Contardo © Felipe Díaz Contardo © Felipe Díaz Contardo + 17

  • Collaborator Architects

    Cecilia Albini, Cecilia Vergara
  • Builder

    ALTIUS / Moller y Perez Cotapos
  • Engineering

    Rene Lagos Ingenieros, DIAV Arquitectos, Ramón Coz
  • Developer

    BHP Billiton + Municipalidad de Curanilahue + Ministerio de Educación Región del Bío Bío
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© Cristián Boza Wilson
© Cristián Boza Wilson

Text description provided by the architects. The rainy city of Curanilahue possesses an irregular and disordered urban fabric, that shows its origin as a miners’ encampment.-

Floor Plan
Floor Plan

The 27F earthquake devastated the establishment that is famous by its junior orchestra.-

© Felipe Díaz Contardo
© Felipe Díaz Contardo

Without any constructions, this ground is shown to us as a balcony to the city and to the surrounding landscape.- This condition is taken, and the space gets liberated to the ground level through elevated bridges. That way, a big plaza with uneven slopes begins to conform. The plaza allows, on one side, to shelter the community when it rains, and by the other, to develop public and private programmes.

© Felipe Díaz Contardo
© Felipe Díaz Contardo

Its wooden and aired facade reduces energy costs, but also portrays the wooden aesthetic, which is very proper from the zone.-

Detail
Detail

This public-private effort will help not only to the scholar community, but to the citizenship that has a great need of public spaces.

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Cite: "Mariano Latorre Lyceum / Macchi - Jeame - Danus & Boza - Boza - Labbé - Ruiz Risueño " 16 Apr 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/619653/mariano-latorre-lyceum-jose-macchi-francisco-danus-ernesto-jeame-cristian-boza-diaz/> ISSN 0719-8884