Residential in Calle Olmos
Author: José Seguí Pérez. Architect
Commission: Community Owners Calle Olmos
Built Area: 940 m2
It is projected a set of 5 houses grouped in a community plot that is developed around a central shared garden space. The main objective of this project was to achieve adequate climatological guidelines, which is achieved by rotating the “floor” of the houses in order to find an appropriate South orientation, creating internally a series of landscaped patios that would bring us the microclimate And cross ventilation to achieve the natural air conditioning of each house. This formal complexity generated by the interior spaces, where the “full” of the rooms are intermingled with the “empty” garden patios that provide ventilation and controlled lighting to all these dependencies, is attempted on the basis of a Geometrically regulated structural support that allows to control the interior spaces and external volumetries, always referenced to their structural systems that will provide the necessary “order” in which to generate said “complexity”. Regarding the materials used, they are based on their objectives of sustainability and energy saving: the cover is solved with metallic panels injected with white polyurethane to avoid absorption of heat, as well as their integration of solar panels for the energy saving of their Maintenance.