all photos by luis Díaz díaz
The intervention focuses on the rehabilitation of an old dryer was part of a tannery, located in the grounds of the existing fleet, for cultural center with a very open program.
▽ 建筑与工厂，building and the tannery
The only remaining original building masonry walls protected by a provisional cover. The continued closure of the southern masonry facade was partially demolished and the closing of the north facade. In the western edge he had disappeared the original enclosure. Large holes in the north facade were also walled and had modified the adjacent land.
▽ 建筑外观External views
The proposal recovers the volume of the original cover, gable, based on traces marking the slabs that solved the game of it with the front wall. You do not get to reconstruct the entire volume, thus emphasizing the character of the park open unfinished piece. For floor heights are taken as valid marking the original access and support traces the floor structure. It recovers, in part, the original topography on the north side to facilitate, now, accessibility and livability of the building. The walled hollow this facade are occupied, the new project, wooden boxes projecting outwards. To these it can be accessed from a platform that is installed as a lookout in the park. This arrangement allows a permeability which establishes a direct relationship between the building and the outside suggests various possibilities of use.
▽ 修复后的山墙，covered gable
▽ 突出的木质小箱体与石墙，wooden boxes projecting outwards and the wall
▽ 二层木质平台，wooden platform as an access
Project Name: Rehabilitation of Old leather drying plant for Cultural Catalyst
Location: Belvis Park. Historical city of Santiago de Compostela. Spain
End of work: 10/12/2015
Authors: ARROKABE Arquitectos SLP／Óscar Andrés Quintela，Ivan Andrés Quintela
Contributor: INOUS enxeñería overall (Installations)
Sponsor: City of Santiago de Compostela
Construction Company: CPS Works and Infrastructure Atlantic SL
Technical Architects: Francisco Fernandez Novas／Dieguez Bernardo Morán
Photographs: ARROKABE Arquitectos SLP and Luis Diaz Diaz
English Text: arrokabe arquitectos