MIRADOR 70 by maan + grupo talca

Bring freedom and security to the community

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项目坐落于委内瑞拉首都加拉加斯,选址在著名的“EL 70”非正式的住宅建筑的场地之上,由一座已建成的废弃建筑结构改造而成,现已成为当地最具活力与影响力的公共空间之一。项目旨在满足社区规划要求的基础上,为当地市民提供一个具有多重功能的公共设施。

The intervention focused on transforming a built plot with a preexisting self-managed structure in order to consolidate it as a public space in one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Caracas with a strong force of self-determination:  El 70. The project aims to fulfill the programmatic requirements proposed by the community, based on collective use and multiple functions.

▼项目与周边环境鸟瞰,aerial view of the project and surrounding environment ©Miguel Braceli

▼项目概览,overall of the project © Diego Gonzalez

设计与施工的紧密结合,使项目的落成成为可能。项目专家团队由建筑师、艺术家、摄影师、工程师、人类学家以及当地社区委员会组成,其中社区的力量在该建筑的设计、决策和建造过程中都发挥了极为重要的作用。

The development of the project and its construction were made possible through the use of participative methodologies for its design, program and construction. The community participated and played a central role in each of the processes during the design, decision making and construction of the building together with the team of specialists made up of architects, artists, photographers, engineers and anthropologists, among others.

▼观景塔,the lookout tower © Diego Gonzalez

▼项目由回收再利用的材料建成,The project is built from recycled materials © Diego Gonzalez

▼观景塔内部,interior of the lookout tower © Diego Gonzalez

▼城市全景视野,360° views over the city valley © Diego Gonzalez

▼观景塔下设有娱乐设施,Recreational facilities are provided under the lookout tower © Saúl Yuncoxar

设计理念基于回收和再利用的原则,旨在重新利用原有的部分门廊结构以及现有建筑中的原材料。在设计团队的手中,这些废弃结构与材料获得新生,变身成一座景观瞭望塔,为当地市民与游客提供了可以观赏到加拉加斯城市山谷全景的景观视野。底层的屋顶形成街道层面的小型广场,为人们提供了日常光临的聚会场所。

The construction efforts were based on repurposing certain components of the porch structure, based on the principle of recycling and reuse, attempting to harness the existing building as a source of material. The components were reused to generate height, creating a lookout tower that provides 360° views over the city valley.
 
The building provides a square at street level to create a meeting place for everyday use.

▼底层的屋顶形成街道层面的小型广场,The building provides a square at street level © Diego Gonzalez

▼由屋顶广场看周边环境,viewing the surrounding environment from the roof square © Saúl Yuncoxar

建筑的底层空间灵活开敞,具有多重用途,成为举办社区会议以及不同文化活动的场所。例如:它可以作为歌舞排练室,迎接当代舞蹈团的女孩子们与热衷嘻哈的当地年轻人;它还可以作为老年人俱乐部的聚会场所,或者社区中幼儿的临时托管所。除了封闭的公共活动室外,底层还设有开放的游乐空间与一系列天井空间,在这里,人们可以安静阅读或是嬉戏玩耍。此外,建筑中还包括一个垂直花园,供社区委员会使用的小型办公室,浴室以及存储空间。

The lower level is a multi-use space, a place for community meetings and different programmed cultural activities. It can be used as a dance rehearsal space for the girls in the contemporary dance group, for young people from the neighborhood interested in hip hop, for meetings of the senior citizens’ club, or for babysitting children from the community. There is also an open area, accessible and easy to read, surrounded by unique patios to play in, a vertical garden, a small office for the community council, bathrooms and storage space.

▼底层天井空间,patio of the ground floor © Diego Gonzalez

▼社区活动室,activities room © Diego Gonzalez

▼夜景,night view © Miguel Braceli

▼轴测图,axonometric drawing © maan + grupo talca

▼总平面图,master plan © maan + grupo talca

 

▼底层平面图,ground floor plan © maan + grupo talca

▼屋顶平面图,roof plan © maan + grupo talca

▼剖面图,sections © maan + grupo talca

Project: Mirador 70
Team: maan + grupo talca
Architects: Maximillian Nowotka, Rodrigo Sheward, Martin del Solar
Design team: Gustavo Rincón, Andrea Nones Kobiakov
Colaborators: Maria Alejandra Pernalete, Nicole Calderon Jaffe, Adriana Ruiz, Johan Martinez, David Diaz, Alexis Echenique, Tatiana Jimenez, Rubia Castro
Engineering: Natasha Castro
Photographs: Diego Gonzalez, Saúl Yuncoxar, Miguel Braceli
Area: 400m2
Year: 2015
Location: Caracas, Venezuela

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