More than designing 3 buildings, the project proposes the creation of a place, with a sustainable and positive image.
Dematerialized volumes on their tops and surfaces create cantilevers above the uneven topography promoting continuity of a common ground.
A white wall shapes a triangular square on two levels of stay. With a single gesture, it settles a formless and uncharacteristic public space.
Durability as sustainability: hard hull and light interior.
Reference to ancestral, timeless terracotta.
Prefabricated parts fitted in T and Z create a pattern on the facade.
Randomness as a contemporary image, reflecting the typological heterogeneity of the interior
Open project, capable of absorving the desire of all its participants and contemporary programmatic unpredictability.
Recessed balconies, as life aggregating nuclei, ancestral memory of the patio.
Location Lordelo do Ouro, Porto, Portugal
Architecture Francisco Vieira de Campos, Cristina Guedes + Ricardo Medina
Project Team Andrea Fornasiero, Rodrigo Alves, Inês Giro, Ana Pinheiro, Inês Mesquita
3D Visualization Luppa Design
Landscape Architecture Marta Cudell
Structures Hipólito de Sousa - SOPSEC
Hydraulics Diogo Leite - SOPSEC
Heating and Solar Energy André Tiza - GET
Electrics and Telecommunications Fernando Aires - GPIC
Security Alexandre Dias dos Santos - ASPP
Acoustics Joana Conrado - Amplitude Acoustics
Sustainability Miguel Veríssimo - Armadilha Solar