Casa Dorda / Martín Lejarraga Architects

Daily containers that transcend the meaning of cultural heritage

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Casa Dorda是这座城市的老建筑,就在市政广场不远处。如今融入城市更新的大潮,面临着改建。城市中的老人们都记得到这里一楼的某位医生那里看病时看见的庭院,喷泉,树木还有瓷砖。而如今要改建成为新住宅,这座老建筑将面临怎样的命运?

Renovation of Casa Dorda.Casa Dorda: Cartagena and its inhabitants.

The city of Cartagena is full of scars that have marked its layers at varying depths (“the puff pastry city”, Carlos García Vázquez) throughout the city’s history.

And it is among these layers and between party walls where one must attempt to preserve the life of the city, through interventions involving the renovation, revitalization and regeneration of the residential urban weave, of the dwelling, which, in sum, is the use that maintains and accelerates the pace of the city.

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▲(left) View from main street 从主要街道上看
(right) West elevation 西立面

建筑师展开思考,认为我们需要重视日复一日的经历,平淡,重复,日常。而这座建筑,也应该回归日常,以创新的方式。只有日常,才能融入城市的生活,而改建成遗址般的古物,便不能继续的运行在城市这个庞大的集合之中。建筑师创建一个超越文化遗迹的日常功能发生器,让丰富的未来这里徐徐上演。不过建筑的古老依然充满魅力,每件历史物品都被清晰,抛光,修复以及重新思考如何利用。这次全新的改建,造就一个新世纪的历史老宅。

Casa Dorda has been and continues to be an emblematic building within the urban framework of Cartagena, located in calle del Carmen, which is the continuation of calle Mayor and the main axis of the Historical Quarter.

It is a unique, stately, beautiful building, linked to the work of an important architect for the history of the city, from the early 20th century, Víctor Beltrí.

Everyone remembers Casa Dorda from visiting the doctor who had his office on the first floor, and looking out onto the Arab, “Nasrid-style”, courtyard, with its fountain, trees and tiles… Everyone from Cartagena, somehow or another, has been there.

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▲The court & The fountain  庭院和喷泉

Casa Dorda: Innovating the everyday.

To quote George Perec:

”What’s really going on, what we are experiencing, the rest, where is it? How should we take account of, question, describe what happens every day and recurs every day: the banal, the quotidian, the obvious, the common, the ordinary, the infra-ordinary, the background noise, the habitual?”

(PEREC, GEORGES; L’Infra-ordinaire; Ed. Impedimenta; Madrid 2008; 128 pp.)

The approach to the intervention/innovation here is not the result of the use of the latest technology or experimental materials, but rather arises from the concept of recovery of everyday features, “Costumbrismo” (in the strictest sense, referring to literary or visual arts in which “attention is paid to portraying the typical customs of a country or region”), as a tool in the creative process in both the conceptual phase and the construction phase.

“The everyday” does not involve renovating/refurbishing yet another building so much as it means recovering the identity of a city, based on small actions taken within its urban weave, leading the past to intermingle with the present.

Casa Dorda cannot and must not be a museum artifact.

Casa Dorda must constantly have life running through it, in order to become implanted in the collective imagination of those just arriving in the city and thus last throughout time.

This is the task of architects, the job of creating an inventory of everyday features, beyond the catalogs of Cultural Heritage Sites in General Urban Zoning Plans.

Casa Dorda is from the beginning of the last century, fruit and reflection of a period of abundance: the ornate façade, lavishly-decorated ceilings, decorated flooring and oriental courtyard.

As if it were an old, broken toy that is still full of charm, each piece must be taken and cleaned, polished and repaired to decide how and where to put it back, because now each piece of the puzzle can fit in more than one position. By modifying its place, we  can recreate the original and bring the building into the 21st century.

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▲The court 中庭

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▲(left) The court 中庭
(right) The court from a balcony 露台

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▲(left) Main stairs 主楼梯
(right) Inside 室内

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▲(left) Inside 室内
(right) Inside outside the court 内廊

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▲Ceiling 穹顶

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▲Accesses  内廊

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▲Main entrance & Main entrance ceiling  主入口及其天花

REHABILITACION DE CASA DORDA. CARTAGENA.
Renovation of Casa Dorda.

LOCATION
STREET, TOWN, COUNTRY Carmen street, 55-57
Cartagena (Murcia)
Spain

CLIENT    Sociedad cooperativa limitada de viviedas ‘casa dorda’

AUTHOR   Martín Lejarraga
ARCHITECTURAL OFFICE Martín Lejarraga

PROJECT TEAM-collaborators- Office= Ana Martínez (architect) Julián Lloret

On site= Antonio Pérez (technical architecture)
– general consultor= ACE Edificación
(Mariano Alegría, José Ibeas, Pedro Ruiz)

– photographs= David Frutos

GENERAL CONSTRUCTOR Gestomur 2000 S.L.
Jose Garcia Madrid

BUILT-UP AREA  8.316 m2

START OF PLANNING  2006

COMPLETION   2009

BUILDING COSTS  3.711.016 €

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▲GF & 1F

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▲2F & 3F

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▲4F &  BASEMENT

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▲MAIN ELEVATION

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▲WEST ELEVATION

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INSIDE COURT  ELEVATION

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