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Old May 18th, 2011, 10:17 AM   #1
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BENIDORM | Projects & Construction

Benidorm (Spanish: [beniˈðor]) is a coastal town and municipality located in the comarca of Marina Baixa, in the province of Alicante, Valencian community, Spain, by the Western Mediterranean.

Prior to the 1960s, Benidorm was a small village. Today it stands out for its hotel industry, beaches and skyscrapers, built as a result of its tourist-oriented economy. According to the 2010 census, Benidorm has a permanent population of 71,198 inhabitants, ranking as the fifth most populous town in the Alicante province. It is one of the most important holiday resorts in Spain, with an area of 38.5 km² and a population density of 1,848.8 inhab/km². Due to the unique skyline formed by its numerous tall hotels and apartment buildings it is sometimes referred to as the "Manhattan of Spain" or "Beniyork", which is unlike any other on the Costa Blanca (White Coast). According to the Urban Age project, Benidorm has the most high-rise buildings per capita in the world.




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Benidorm just released a guide with their 70 tallest buildings, info, images, maps... you can see Issuu publication here: www.rascacielosdebenidorm.es or if you travel to Spain this summer you can pick one from a Benidorm tourist office. The campaing includes a 1 meter width poster and a brochure with some info about buildings.


Info from: Design and Image Council. Benidorm. www.disseny.benidorm.org
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Old May 19th, 2011, 10:37 PM   #2
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Pena de que tenga edificios muy feos, ya molaría que hiciesen algo como times square
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Old August 3rd, 2015, 01:10 AM   #4
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Old August 3rd, 2015, 05:33 PM   #6
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with the crisis everithing stoped in Benidorm, but the las projects were those:

Torre Mediterráneo | 135m | 38 floors | on hold

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Old August 3rd, 2015, 05:37 PM   #7
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but, by the moment they just build the casino




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miren lo que enconte:


Casino Mediterráneo Benidorm 2_0 por xenia_benidorm, en Flickr


L1110182 por xenia_benidorm, en Flickr
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Benidorm da al hotel del casino más edificabilidad a cambio de una parcela con 8 hipotecas
El Ayuntamiento no podrá percibir el suelo hasta que la promotora renegocie y lo deje libre de cargas También obtendrá 293.900 ? para adquirir terrenos dotacionales

R. PAGÉS 09.06.2014 |


Fachada del futuro casino DAVID REVENGA

El Ayuntamiento de Benidorm permitirá que el hotel previsto junto al nuevo casino de la avenida Mediterráneo construya 1.700 metros cuadrados por encima de la edificabilidad máxima de la parcela, mediante la aplicación del ya famoso «premio hotelero». Esta fórmula, inventada en Benidorm bajo los gobiernos del popular Vicente Pérez Devesa, perseguía bonificar la construcción de hoteles de cuatro estrellas incrementando la volumetría de las parcelas a cambio de compensaciones para el municipio, que en su mayoría nunca se llegaron a concretar. Ahora, para el hotel del casino, el Consistorio pretende no caer en el mismo error. Aunque el convenio urbanístico firmado por el alcalde y la mercantil Convalesa, promotora de la obra, también arroja dudas sobre cuándo percibirá el municipio las contraprestaciones por permitirle incrementar el techo.

El alcalde de Benidorm, el socialista Agustín Navarro, y un representante de la empresa constructora –del grupo Acrismatic, al que también pertenece Casino Mediterráneo– firmaron el pasado 28 de mayo un convenio para la cesión al patrimonio municipal de 101,81 metros cuadrados de suelo ubicados en la fachada de la parcela sobre la que se levantará el futuro hotel. El objetivo es que este suelo sirva para ampliar la acera de la transitada avenida del Mediterráneo. Sin embargo, el edil no adscrito, Juan Ángel Ferrer, desveló ayer que sobre el mismo pesan en la actualidad un total de ocho hipotecas, dos de la Sociedad de Activos procedentes de la Reestructuración Bancaria (Sareb, también conocida como «banco malo») y otras seis de la Generalitat, que suman en total algo más de 19,5 millones de euros.

Para Juan Ángel Ferrer, la operación pactada entre gobierno local y empresa es «cuanto menos sorprendente» y afirmó que esos 101,81 metros, «de entrada, son un problema para el patrimonio municipal», puesto que podrían meter al Ayuntamiento «en líos de bancos, embargos y subastas». Por ello, abogó por buscar «otra fórmula de compensación y, sobre todo, no traigan más problemas de los que ya tenemos».

Frente a esta postura, el concejal de Urbanismo aseguró que el propio convenio establece como obligación de la promotora dejar la parcela libre de cargas antes de escriturarla a favor del Ayuntamiento. O, dicho de otro modo, la mercantil tendrá que renegociar con la Generalitat y el «banco malo» la distribución de cargas de las hipotecas, un trámite sobre el que, según reconoció el edil, se desconoce cuánto tiempo podría demorar su inscripción a nombre del Consistorio. En cualquier caso, en lo que sí insistió el edil del CDL es que «cuando estos terrenos pasen a ser de propiedad municipal, estarán completamente libres de cargas», por lo que al Ayuntamiento «no le generarán ningún problema».

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Al margen de la cesión de estos 101,81 metros de suelo ahora hipotecado, el Ayuntamiento también percibirá de la empresa otra compensación, en este caso monetaria, por valor de 293.906,82 euros, que equivalen a 518 metros cuadrados. La mercantil abonará esta cuantía a plazos y el Consistorio deberá invertir todo el dinero en la adquisición de suelo dotacional. Entre las alternativas que se barajan, Ivorra avanzó que una de ellas es destinar el importe a la pagar la expropiación de El Moralet.
http://www.diarioinformacion.com/ben...d/1511266.html






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it was one of the last urbanistic plans in Benidorm before the crisis, luckly it wasn't build



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one of the most recent towers:

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Una medianera es un muro que separa dos edificios. Puede estar a la vista si el solar de al lado no ha sido edificado o el edificio que lo ocupaba ha sido derruído. Eso es simplemente una fachada ciega.

Y respecto a los muros ciegos:

La Bienal de Arquitectura premia al alicantino Javier García-Solera
El edificio de viviendas protegidas para mayores de Benidorm mereció el galardón de Protección Oficial



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Edito: me gustaría ver planos de esa torre. Parecen dos prismas rectangulares desplazados entre sí.
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Very ugly place to muche concrete!!
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Old August 3rd, 2015, 07:11 PM   #11
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JARDINES DE BENIDORM

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Cultural Center Benidorm


Works started on 2006

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Autor del Proyecto: Juan Navarro Baldeweg

Concurso 1997 Primer Premio.
Obra: 2006 - En Ejecución.
Promotor: Comunidad Valenciana.

Proyecto de Ejecución:
Jaime Bretón Lesmes
Carmen Bolívar Montesa
David Marsinyach
Elena Viguru
Justo Ruiz Granados
Pablo Sánchez de Vega

Dirección de Obra:
Jaime Bretón Lesmes
Justo Ruiz Granados
Pablo Sánchez de Vega
Sabina Aparicio Belmonte
Cristina Araujo Palop
Cruz Calleja Perucho

Aparejador: Pere Puigcerver
Estructuras: Iproina. José María Fernández
Acústica: Higini Arau
Instalaciones: ARGU. Carlos Sara / Tomás Alonso
Sala: Justo Ruiz Granados
Equipamiento Escénico: Otto Projects (Tom Seix / David Pujol) + Justo Ruiz Granados
Iluminación: Ferramdesign
Constructora: UTE Dragados-Rover Alcisa
http://cupcajondesastre.blogspot.com...-benidorm.html
















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The Cultural Centre covers a city block, and is organised with an architecture around a series of patios. The proposal considers this occupation as a volume of the same height, except for the auditorium, which rises to the required height of 27 metres. The proposal is therefore of a compact nature, filling the plot of the urban expansion area in way that is different from the typical architecture of Benidorm, an architecture of buildings of unobstructed height and surrounded with gardens. The Centre will express its unique character in the city, precisely due to this complementary type treatment of the site.
The pleasant climate of Benidorm brings us to think that the patios will be very much used, as open areas for relaxation, with a variable degree of privacy appropriate to a variety of activities. We are aware of the importance of the covering, which will treated as a façade, visible from the high buildings in the area. The patio on the corner of Avenida Europa and the Calle Ibiza is conceived as a large white patio, almost empty, which leads to other more intimate (blue and green) patios with vegetation. There are also other patios on the upper floor which correspond, respectively, to the Schools of Dance and Music, and which will allow for their use for open air activities. This group of patios is, then, organised and joined together three-dimensionally, rising up and carving themselves out within the constructed volume. This figure of the patios cut out within the architecture and provided with a covering of vegetation allows us, then, to refer to the covering as "garden-covering".

The proposal allows for the combination and dosification of the independence or the unity of the activities of the Centre according to the flexible and organic requirements for its use. Its independence is assured by the differentiated entrances, which allow for a specific control for each type of activity.

One element which has especially been taken into consideration is that way in which the Auditorium and the foyers are inserted into the complex. These will have zenithal lighting obtained by means of luminous pockets formed by walls of opaline glass. The volume of the acoustic roof thus floats in translucid perimeter. The hall and foyers possess a very special atmosphere.

The Main Hall, or Sala Mayor, with a capacity for 1.200 persons, has been developed in this second phase of the project on only one floor, which is ideal for the activity of congresses and assemblies, making it possible for all of the people attending to see each other and converse freely among themselves. The darkening of the hall is managed by means of motorised opaque curtains at the level of the light entries (as is the case in the Palace of Congresses in Salamanca). The acoustic shell is made of a fine (app. 20cm.) undulated concrete slab, with step relief except in the reflection areas, which are flat, resulting from the intersection between the large inclinations and the wave. This slab could be pre-fabricated and form part if the general structure of the covering of the hall. The Sala Menor, or rehearsals hall, has an entrance from the floor on which the dressing rooms and the stage workshop (next to the rehearsal room) are located and from the entrance level (+-0). This area also enjoys natural light from above. This Hall, with a seating capacity for 450 people, can be sub-divided into two or three smaller halls. The parameters that enclose the interior foyers are, in general, of an ochre colour, highlighting the pockets of opaline light. The seating in the Sala Mayor and in the Sala Menor is finished in silver grey velvet. The floor is made of wood. The floors of the interior foyers are done in golden colour pumiced limestone. The outside patios are paved with the same granulated stone in the form of floating floor.

The whole of the project will use materials which are contrasted and organised like concentric skins which are uncovered like curtains. There is a sweep of lacquered aluminium panels in the irregular forms of the corner between the Avenida Europa and the Calle Jaén and all along the Calle Ibiza. The perimetric walls on their outer face are dry masonry ochre limestone, characteristic of the Alicante tradition. The walls of the patios are defined to achieve the desired feeling and colour in each one of them. The structure of the building is concrete.

The covering in its conception suggest, as mentioned above, a garden of excavated patios and is designed for use related to concrete activities: dance and music.

The diversity of the projected situations in relation to the light and to the shade attempts to take maximum advantage of a project conscious of the joyful atmosphere of Benidorm. The project is like an abstract landscape, granting a deliberate prominence to the light.






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works: on hold



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a museum:

Museo Boca del Calvari





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The Cultural Center looks very nice! but the rest is ugly!
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well, the city hall is also very nice, and the bus station

Benidorm can improve a lot, mainly if they start tu do a good work ithe gardens of the bulidngs and fulling the srteets with all kind of trees


Most of the buildings are horrible, but if they reform those buildings, the city can improve a lot, and for sure the hotels in the future will change the facade of lot of buildings
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