School of Economics and Business / Otxotorena

清水混凝土节奏立面

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潘普洛纳的纳瓦拉大学新经济系楼去年在西班牙完工。位于小山坡上的新大楼融入校园绿
色环境中,安静的俯瞰着坡下的河流。建筑主要用材为清水混凝土,玻璃,金属,其中清
水混凝土是主角。雅致的清水混凝土构建优美的分布在立面,演乐出动人的节奏。高精度
的施工技术,让作品具备极高质量。

The new building is the definite headquarters of the Faculty of Economy and Business;
it has a large provision of classrooms and rooms available for the increase in the
teaching possibilities of the University, adapted to its evolution. It is located in the
Pamplona campus and it is next to the current Law building, with which it is connected
by means of different accesses in the East and South façades.

The close relationship between both is contemplated. Their offers are complemented
and they will share students and spaces. In short, the maximum interconnection
between both buildings is attempted, which will have a single access from the outside.
The new construction appears from the beginning, marked by the new role acquired by
the Postgraduate courses (Masters and Doctorate programmes).

From the point of view of the shape of the building, we can highlight the desire to
respect as much as possible the well-looked after green campus which currently goes
down to the river before this building and which it is part, with a special degree of
protagonism, of the visual and environmental heritage of the campus.

 

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教学楼主要为博士和硕士提供教学场所,楼层为三层,教室主要集中在地面层及其上一
层,大部分教室围绕充满阳光的白色中庭布置,少量的原木色为空间调上温暖的调子。条
状和圆形的天窗将光线柔和的引进这个开放的共享中庭。外立面元素主要是垂直的构件,
这些构件保护建筑不受过多阳光的照射。室内设计中的天花板,楼梯间,还有演讲厅也都
运用到了垂直的元素作为功能构件和装饰。最上层主要是教员办公室。

非常感谢Otxotorena Arquitectos将项目介绍和项目图片授权gooood发行。
Appreciation towards Otxotorena Arquitectos for providing the following description:

The construction is attached to the Law building, as mentioned, with a similar size and
loyal to its essential alignments and the addition of a new common façade. This is
justified by the solution offered for access, and acquires outstanding importance in the
result given its exceptional length, and as it it’s the one providing the background to the
mentioned green campus. It is designed as a façade with a serried structure and
rhythmic expression, coherent with its scale. It is made up by a system of vertical
concrete elements able to act as a filtering device of space and views, as a parasol for
the sections of the elevation framed by their vocation of opening and transparency.

 

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The other façades of the building are completely open to the exterior, with a continuous
glass outside wall. This presents, however, a paused visual expression by the active
presence of vertical elements in its structure: it is projected to the exterior in order to
ensure its protection against the sun and improve the geometrical cleaning of the
spaces. The last decision was also taken in view of an indication received in said
respect from the entity, wishing to become as flexible as possible and prevent
interferences in the event of possible future changes in the distribution of the floors.

 

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The option for the starring role of the faced concrete, which is extended to the rest of
the building, is justified by obvious reasons of consistency, stability and solidity, and
links with that of the neighbouring buildings. The external image of the building, based
on faced concrete and glass is supplemented by the use of metal, opaque or more or
less permeable cladding—depending on the case—, in whose design technical
precision is sought, as well as expressive contrast and visual quality.

 

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The inside layout of the building is based on elementary geometry that privileges the
serration and regular repetition of elements and alignments of rooms and constructive
elements. It revolved around the creation of a central covered patio called to take the
pulse of its distribution and spaciousness. Everything revolves around the same:
activity, space and traffic.

The project is distributed in its largest part in the ground and first floor, which are
extended in the surface occupied; these storeys spatially connect as they are
perforated with the large central patio, which crosses the same until it reaches the roof
in search for natural light by means of skylights. The ground floor, which is the one
used for access is the highest in certain points. The main volume is crowned with a
lineal development of offices for the professors on the top floor, one the roof. The
volume is completed with a series of back-to-back bodies amongst which we could
highlight those corresponding to the deacon, chapel and ‘tower’ of offices. The later
completes the provision of offices already existing on the top floor, reaching the
required number, without overloading or forcing the occupation of the building on the
floor plan.

 

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Location
University of Navarre Campus, Pamplona, Navarre, SPAIN

Architect and construction management
Juan M. Otxotorena Elizegi

Collaborators architects
Gloria Herrera, Catalina Delgado, Jorge Ortega

Project quantity surveyors
Isabelino Río, Ignacio Quintana

Construction quantity surveyors
Gorka Visiers, Ignacio Quintana, Óscar Lacruz

Structure engineering
José Ignacio Etayo, arquitecto
FS Estructuras S.L. (Fernando Sarría, arquitecto)

Facilities engineering
AM & asociados, ingenieros (Juan Aiciondo, Fernando Macías, José Luis Moneo)
Ana Moreno
NAVEN Ingenieros (José María Moro)
ALS/ architectural lighting solutions (Antón Amann)

Promoter
Universidad de Navarra

Construction company
VDR Construcciones

Site managers
Paula Martinez, José Miguel Bienzobas, María Saldise

Total area
15.529,60 m2

Budget
13.124.022,75 €

Project date
abril de 2010

Construction date
abril de 2012

Photographs
Juan Rodríguez
Pedro Pegenaute
José Manuel Cutillas
Rubén Pérez Bescós

 

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