vora, architecture in process - ramon and mar's pavilion
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vora, architecture in process

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vora, architecture in process

The issue here is the construction of a pavilion on a roof terrace to complement the uses of a small apartment. A second living room and a studio bedroom. The pavilion is placed transversely on the terrace, of elongated proportions, and segments it, thus generating a sequence of interior and exterior spaces that redefine the way the dwelling is lived. The alignment of the openings generates a direct visual relation between spaces. The enclosed terrace between the apartment and the pavilion functions as an inner courtyard: A controlled, private, intimate space. Form and materiality are determined by the ephemeral movable condition of the new construction and by the practical considerations of transportation and assembly. The timber construction is configured as a system of portal frames and panels forming an autonomous superimposed volume. The compositional relationship maintains the coherence between structure and enclosure. In the interior, the lower part of the wall has a continuous, functional and domestic finish, while above this the focus is on the wood, the apparent structure as the essence of the pavilion. //////// The issue here is the construction of a pavilion on a roof terrace to complement the uses of a small apartment. A second living room and a studio bedroom. The pavilion is placed transversely on the terrace, of elongated proportions, and segments it, thus generating a sequence of interior and exterior spaces that redefine the way the dwelling is lived. The alignment of the openings generates a direct visual relation between spaces. The enclosed terrace between the apartment and the pavilion functions as an inner courtyard: A controlled, private, intimate space. Form and materiality are determined by the ephemeral movable condition of the new construction and by the practical considerations of transportation and assembly. The timber construction is configured as a system of portal frames and panels forming an autonomous superimposed volume. The compositional relationship maintains the coherence between structure and enclosure. In the interior, the lower part of the wall has a continuous, functional and domestic finish, while above this the focus is on the wood, the apparent structure as the essence of the pavilion. /////// The issue here is the construction of a pavilion on a roof terrace to complement the uses of a small apartment. A second living room and a studio bedroom. The pavilion is placed transversely on the terrace, of elongated proportions, and segments it, thus generating a sequence of interior and exterior spaces that redefine the way the dwelling is lived. The alignment of the openings generates a direct visual relation between spaces. The enclosed terrace between the apartment and the pavilion functions as an inner courtyard: A controlled, private, intimate space. Form and materiality are determined by the ephemeral movable condition of the new construction and by the practical considerations of transportation and assembly. The timber construction is configured as a system of portal frames and panels forming an autonomous superimposed volume. The compositional relationship maintains the coherence between structure and enclosure. In the interior, the lower part of the wall has a continuous, functional and domestic finish, while above this the focus is on the wood, the apparent structure as the essence of the pavilion.

Credits

 barcelona
 private
 07/2016
 30
 vora (pere buil, toni riba)
 bruna linhares, josep esteve, charles dujardin, anna pontais
 fusteria puigdellívol sl, fórneas-guida sl
 adrià goula

Curriculum

vora is an architecture studio located in Barcelona since 2000. It is lead by Pere Buil and Toni Riba, both graduated from ETSAB in 2000. We work on building and urban design projects of different scales and typologies. Our built works have received several awards and have been published in architectural magazines all over the world. We combine our professional work with teaching, curating and cultural activism.

http://www.vora.cat