Torre Urrutia

Barcelona, Spanien
© Beat Marugg
© Beat Marugg
© Beat Marugg
© Beat Marugg
© Beat Marugg
© Beat Marugg
Architekten
Arriola & Fiol
Standort
Barcelona, Spanien
Jahr
2005

Finalist at the X Biennial of Spanish Architecture and Urbanism 2009

The project for 100 dwellings for young people next to Parc Central Nou Barris is part of a new housing policy for the City of Barcelonameant to promote and make it easier for youths below 25th finding dwellings. The program consists of a group of smaller apartmentsaround 40 square meters, almost single person flats, with some shared services.

The project is carried out in a 16 storied tower lining the crossing of the Fabra i Puig and Passeig de Urrutia streets with the objective toshow minimum of facade towards the Parc Central thus offering views and routes for the pedestrians along the Passeig d´Urrutia.

The tower loses mass as it rises, terraces itself and shifts its material, making a transition from heavy to light and from brick wall to metal and fiberglass.

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Magazin

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