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  7. Castelli Building / BIAGIONI / PECORARI

Castelli Building / BIAGIONI / PECORARI

  • 13:00 - 28 September, 2015
Castelli Building / BIAGIONI / PECORARI
Castelli Building / BIAGIONI / PECORARI, © Ramiro Sosa
© Ramiro Sosa

© Ramiro Sosa © Ramiro Sosa © Ramiro Sosa © Ramiro Sosa + 32

  • Architects

  • Location

    Juan Castelli & Tacuarí, Santa Fe, Santa Fe, Argentina
  • Project and Construction Management

    Arq. Gabriel Biagioni, Arq. Sergio Pecorari
  • Area

    362.0 m2
  • Year

  • Photography

  • Collaborators

    Arq. Virginia Aranda, Arq. Nestor Mancini, Arq. Ramiro Sosa, Arq. Lucía Izquierdo, Arq. Sabrina Perisinotto, Mats Bakken
  • Structure

    Ing. Gustavo Perini
  • Builder

    Constructora RIO SRL
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© Ramiro Sosa
© Ramiro Sosa

Text description provided by the architects. Castelli owes its appearance to an interpretation of a recent urban regulation proposed for some "corridors streets" of this low-density area.

© Ramiro Sosa
© Ramiro Sosa

In a small corner lot of 11.60 x 16.50mts, the block complies with the mandatory street withdrawals and separates from inner limits lots, which give a certain height to take advantage of views of the Setúbal lagoon and the center of the city. The slenderness of the little tower incorporates a new architectural type in a neighborhood with predominance of individual houses and some small buildings in a rather horizontal format.


The apartments are arranged vertically with two bedroom ground floor that includes a patio, three floors with one bedroom apartments and a duplex in the last two levels, with a lower social floor and an upper private one, that includes a multifunctional space.

© Ramiro Sosa
© Ramiro Sosa

To the west, the facade is closed to the sunlight by two elements: an elevator whose volume contains the water tank and an open stairs as part of the urban space. The building is open to the other three sides, for a proper ilumination and efficiently ventilation, balconies are placed to the north.

© Ramiro Sosa
© Ramiro Sosa
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: "Castelli Building / BIAGIONI / PECORARI" [Edificio Castelli / BIAGIONI / PECORARI] 28 Sep 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884