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  7. Condominio CH / C+C04STUDIO

Refurbishment in Architecture

presented by the MINI Clubman

Condominio CH / C+C04STUDIO

  • 00:00 - 11 June, 2010
Condominio CH / C+C04STUDIO
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  • Architects

  • Location

    Cagliari, Italy
  • Collaborators

    Laura Maccioni, ing. Stefano Pusceddu, Ing. Mauro Soddu, Ing. Gabriele Antonino Coco
  • Contractor

    CESI srl
  • Budget

    € 400.000
  • Project Year

    2007
  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. Condominio CH is a renovation of a building to house four small residential units. The building was built in the 80s in a peripheral area of the city completely urbanized and built up spontaneously from the '70s until the mid 90s, until the local government deregulation has finally converted into a buildable plan of urban renewal. The building, originally built for a family, was purchased, restored and put on the market by a building contractor who has grasped the need to intervene through an operation that was not merely intended to install a new feature in the building, but can reveal some quality - already inexplicably present - highlighted by the intervention of recovery. The project originates from the request of the client to create a new image of the building.

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The project has addressed the issue through two actions: to detect and filter. The total volume stereometry appeared once as a value that the project has simply rediscovered, through the removal of parapet walls, partitions, small superfluous and incongruous additions. The new "mask" was completed with the installation of a texture-filter that seems to arise from the massive wall along the external facade and build a pergola filter, is required for repair of the attic space from the sun and to enhance a space where you can see the landscape open to the sea. The building is thus a new balance in the relationship between wall surface and metal structure, the first massive, the second is thin and open. The balance-contrast is emphasized by the use of white to highlight the newfound stereometric purity and color of oxidized iron to the metal structure.

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The apartments are spread over three levels. On the ground floor the unit is more spacious while the first and second level develop three apartments, of which one is duplex.

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Cite: "Condominio CH / C+C04STUDIO" 11 Jun 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/63736/condominio-ch-cc04studio/> ISSN 0719-8884
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