CAAC / Paredes Pino

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  • Collaborators: Raquel Blasco Fraile, David Pérez Herranz
  • Consultors: Rafael Pérez Morales,Robert Brufau, Xavier Aguiló, María José Camporro, BOMA S.L. (structures), ARGU, Ingeniería (mechanical engineering)
  • Promotor: Procórdoba. Proyectos de Córdoba Siglo XXI
  • Budget: 3259924.66 €
  • Architects In Charge: Fernando G. Pino, Manuel G. de Paredes
  • City: Córdoba
  • Country: Spain
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CAAC / Paredes Pino - Cityscape
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Text description provided by the architects. Its location close to the railway station of the AVE high speed train in Cordoba city can take advantage of this gap as a unique opportunity, giving the character and scale necessary to assume as a new focus of interest not only confined to the neighborhood, but as a magnet in conjunction with the city.


We opted for a solution that allows a wide variety of uses. It offers a covered area, protected from the weather, which will house a temporary market two days a week and other activities at other times.

CAAC / Paredes Pino - Image 3 of 14
©  Jorge López Conde

It therefore poses a solution based on prefabricated circular elements that vary in height and diameter and arranged in a flexible manner to allow a similar vision of an urban forest of shadows. The parasols also solve the artificial lighting in the same item and allow drainage of water inside.


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Address:Córdoba, Spain

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Cite: "CAAC / Paredes Pino" 10 Sep 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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