“giving identity to the whole area through this “forgotten” space, giving it presence, providing it with the required functions and reflecting the complexity of the environment – these are the goals of the intervention. presence. the space was a residual area, without access to the market building. a new access door on this side was later formed, which through time became the main entrance to the market.”

25/07/2012 § Leave a comment

vora arquitectura, la salut market square – badalona, spain (2010)

 

i wonder what this project looks like when its full of people and market stalls.  it reminds me a little of the dutch camouflaged landscapes greg allen has written about on several occasions.

 

triangulated positions

a young hare

 

 

notes:

[title]     the title comes from the la salut project description available on archdaily.

[images]     images come in part from vora arquitectos’ own website and the archdaily post.

[more vora]     for a previous pattern by vora chech out this ayh post about a sports complex in barcelona.

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