The Barcelona City Council held an architectural competition for the landscape planning of an interior urban block and a sports facility consisting of an indoor heated swimming pool and a sports court. The winning proposal was valued for its landscape integration of a singular greened building in an interior urban block and for its commitment to sustainability and respect for the environment.
URBAN REGENERATION WITH A GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
▼原始场地环境，urban environment prior to the intervention
▼设计示意：内部的斜坡与种满绿植的外部斜坡形成连接，design concept: the unleveled slopes are bridged with green slopes
The urban environment prior to the intervention was an unstructured space consisting of a sum of residual spaces. A space occupied by a sports court tucked between neighboring buildings, and a pool of obsolete facilities. An urban landscape of hard pavement, concrete walls and total absence of vegetation. The concentration of the two facilities in a single building allowed to free space to create a new garden. A space of permeable surfaces, where the unleveled slopes are bridged with green slopes. A place of social relationship, preamble to the new facility. A garden that provides quality of life and serves as a support of biodiversity.
▼一座由渗透性表面构成的“花园”，a space of permeable surfaces
VOLUMETRIC INTEGRATION, THE BUILDING IS ONE FURTHER ELEMENT OF THE GARDEN
The new facility is composed by the overlap of two large spaces; Heated swimming pool on the ground floor and sports court on the upper floor. The building is placed half-buried, adapting to the topography and bridging the difference in level between the two streets. The facade to Sant Iscle Street has an urban character, with a corner porch that extends the sidewalk and invites us to enter. The building minimizes its impact to the garden with a green gallery that surrounds it. The volume is one more element of the garden, not mimicking but dialoguing with it.
▼朝向Sant Iscle大街的立面拥有明显的城市特征，the facade to Sant Iscle Street has an urban character
▼环绕建筑的绿色走廊，the green gallery that surrounds the building
▼绿色立面与建筑主体之间的缝隙，the gap between the green facade and the main volume
▼首层恒温泳池，the heated swimming pool on the ground floor
▼二层体育场，the sports court on the upper floor
▼绿色立面，the green facade
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY PASSIVE ARCHITECTURE
The design of the building has been carried out with passive architecture criteria. Skylights and windows, monitored by sensors, ensure proper cross-ventilation. The compact and embedded volume in the ground minimizes the façade surface avoiding thermal losses. The thermal insulation of the whole enclosure has been selectively treated according to solar orientation.
▼窗户细部，window detailed view
USE OF HIGH EFFICIENT SYSTEMS
The building has an aerothermal system that allows the recovery of heat for the production of hot water. The lighting has power control systems depending on the natural lighting.
▼夜间灯光效果，exterior view by night
RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION
The photovoltaic panels occupy the entire roof deck and generate 90% of the energy in the building.
▼体育场天花板，ceiling view of the sports court
The excellent characteristics of the wood in relation to its lifecycle, was one of the reasons for choosing the prefabricated system in laminated wood. It was also assessed its good mechanical performance, its lightness and its short construction time.
▼木结构细部，wooden structure detailed view
CONSTRUCTIONS SYSTEMS AND MATERIALS SUSTAINABILITY GREEN FAÇADE
A green gallery surrounds the building by filtering the light and protecting from solar radiation on three of its facades. The plantation system is hydroponic, chosen for its lightness, the durability of the substrate, the capacity of water retention and ease of installation.
▼水培种植系统与立面相结合，the plantation system integrated with the building facade
THE WATER RECYCLING
A large tank located in the basement collects the water from the roof for recycling and use for the entire irrigation of the green façade by means of a hydroponic system. In the garden’s site development, draining strips at the bottom of the slopes collect rainwater to return it to the water table.
▼花园和户外景观，the garden and outdoor landscape
▼首层平面图和体育场层平面图， ground floor plan & sports court floor plan
TURÓ DE LA PEIRA´S SPORTS CENTER AND LAYOUT OF THE INTERIOR URBAN BLOCK
ADDRESS: SANT ISCLE STREET 50-54, 08031 BARCELONA – SPAIN
CONSTRUCTION TIME FRAME: 2016-2018
FLOOR AREA: 4.430 m2 BUILDING + 3.952 m2 LANDSCAPING
OWNER: INSTITUT BARCELONA ESPORTS (IBE) AJUNTAMENT DE BARCELONA
ARCHITECTS: ANNA NOGUERA JAVIER FERNANDEZ
CONTACT E-MAIL: email@example.com
PHOTOGRAPHER: ENRIC DUCH https://enricduch.com/projects/work/
EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION: ARQUITECTURA ANNA NOGUERA
DIRECTED AND EDITED BY: MIGUEL ALCALDE
PHOTOGRAPHY: DANIEL MARTÍNEZ
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEER: DÍDAC DALMAU
STRUCTURES: MANEL FERNÁNDEZ, TON COLL (BERNUZ FERNÁNDEZ SLP)
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: CARLES RUBIO, JAVIER LÓPEZ, LARA FERRER, MARC BUSQUETS
LANDSCAPE: ANNA ZAHONERO, PEPA MORÁN, VÍCTOR ADORNO
ENGINEER: XAVIER SALTÓ
ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY & SIMULATIONS: MICHEEL WASSOUF(ENERGIEHAUS), OLIVER STYLE (PROGETIC)
LIGHTING DESIGNER: SUSAETA ILUMINACIÓN
PRICED BILL OF QUANTITIES: SALVADOR SEGURA, CRISTINA CARMONA (ARDÈVOL CONSULTORS)