Old Factory to be Recycled

The object of the contest is to find the best design for the outside of the building.

Two basic modules of 10'x10'x5 'and 10'x5'x5' defined in their edges by wood profiles of 0,5'x0,5' that adosados to the existing facade structure and define it. The elements are completed with a metal grid in order to make support of vegetation. And also two singular elements, one with the name of the company of 20'x5'x5 'placed in the corner and another of 10'x10'x10' indicating the area of entrance to the enclosure.


Furnishing Creative Lighting

CUBE 170526
A cell that associates with others and forms different bodies, by their size or arrangement.

A structure, aluminum, cube of 15x15 cm, defined by its edges that are hollow prisms of 7.5x7.5 mm and 0.3 mm thick of its walls that makes cell development.
Another structure similar to the previous one but with one of its faces closed to make of support of the integrated LED of 12x12 cm.
The structure can be lacquered in different colors.


Enel Creative Space

The intervention consists of regularize the spaces of the designed area and round off two corners of the room of creation in order to smooth the outside circulation.
Enclosures are opaque finished in white stucco except those that have black walls or those that carry shelves that are finished in blue-gray stucco. Others are solved with double glazing with screen prints to give a sense of spaciousness of space. The doors are changed by other wood as an element of contrast and to mark the importance of the spaces to which they give access.
The ceiling finished in white stucco marks the spaces and the circulations, it makes of acoustic conditioner and it contains the audio-visual, electrical installations, etc.
The floor is light wood throughout the area.

Modular furniture in light color is expected leaving the touches of color to the chairs.



HOME•LY nrg-pnq-IC-01

I propose a prototype with no specific location adapted to the following principles:
  • Design of high density housing as a more sustainable response.
  • Provide a basic structure and a network of fluid channels developed vertically that allows the adaptation of living spaces to the size or possibilities of the family, with the least environmental impact.
  • Assign an area on two floors to each house so that it adapts to the family growth giving it a relative flexibility.
  • Integrate a generous area of green zone to each house.
  • Make solar passive uptake a fundamental point of design.
The building will be built with prefabricated timber panel system with highly insulated flat roofs.
In each area (plot) assigned to each house different occupancy programs can be arranged depending on the family composition and its growth. They can grow as the family grows.
Even in the case of greater occupation there will be an outer space that will be an open green space or closed as a greenhouse that will function as a passive energy collector.
The facades open up to the surrounding landscape with generous amounts of glazing and green roof terraces.

The house connects family members in public spaces such as the dining-room and living area, but equally, allows each member to exist as an individual left to his or her own interests and activities.


Lasita Maja HOUSES

Using the traditional Lasita Maja Cabin construction method, weekend houses are designed so that they can grow as the family grows.


THE CITY ABOVE THE CITY - St, Helen's Aviva Tower. London