뜨거운 태양으로 부터 그늘을 제공하는 임무는 물론, 장소를 정의하는 상징이 된다. 거대한 철골 구조 위 벽돌로 마감된 구조물은 수영장과 그 부속시설들을 구성하는 건축어휘로 사용된다.
on the outskirts of asunción, paraguay’s capital and largest city, a monumental canopy made from brick and steel has been constructed in the back yard of an existing property. the structure — designed by solano benítez, gloria cabral, solanito benítez of gabinete de arquitectura — forms a versatile space that hovers above a swimming pool at the rear of the plot, while enclosing its own sheltered volumes.
name: quincho tía coral
architects: gabinete de arquitectura
location: asunción, paraguay
team: solano benítez, gloria cabral, solanito benítez
project area: 160 sqm
project year: 2015
collaborators: costanza abente, melisa marchi
construction: gabinete de arquitectura s.r.l., caló estructuras s.r.l.
structures: ing. julio alvarez
photography: federico cairoli
named ‘quincho tía coral’, gabinete de arquitectura’s design measures a total of 160 square meters (1,722 square feet). made from discarded rubble, reused glass, and cement floors, the structure is supported by an inverted V-shaped pillar, whose form references the triangular motifs found throughout the remainder of the scheme. meanwhile, lighting strategically positioned within the canopy allows the pavilion to glow gently at night.
during the day, the pavilion provides much-needed shade from the region’s hot sun. the terrace provides an ideal location for a summer barbecue, with an adjacent pool offering further respite from the warm weather. in a manner similar to that of the huge arch erected at the 2016 venice architecture biennale, gabinete de arquitectura has again brought together humble materials as a way to assert a powerful and profound architectural gesture.
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