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Old May 25th, 2011, 04:20 AM   #81
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Old May 25th, 2011, 05:08 AM   #82
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Yeeeah man, It is so much f... Great. Congrats to Seville
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Old June 15th, 2011, 05:34 PM   #83
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New Life in the Old Plaza

By Paul Clemence



Just as Seville was about to construct a new parking facility under one of its historic plazas, archeologists discovered Roman ruins below ground. So instead of digging down, officials in the Spanish city decided to build up. In this way, the ruins would be preserved, while a new structure, hovering above them, would give new life to the plaza. To accomplish this feat, the city launched an international competition; the winner was German architect Juergen Mayer H., a Mies van der Rohe Award recipient.



At first sight the structure seems to contrast too much with its surroundings, but the design actually drew on the city’s ancient trees and secular native architecture. From the trees came the inspiration for a canopy of light and shadow. This, combined with the undulations reminiscent of Seville’s cathedral, provided a rich departure point for Mayer’s unique interpretation and use of patterns. The trees also inspired the architect’s choice of building material, Finnish timber treated with polyurethane to make it fire proof and resistant to the elements. The project was built according to strict “green” guidelines, receiving the Holcim Bronze Award for sustainable construction in Europe.



I enter the subterranean Antiquarium de Sevilla, the archeological museum, via an elegant system of glass walkways (designed by architect Felipe Palomino) to examine Roman relics. At ground level, a market hall with fishmongers, farm produce, and restaurants, make for a seamless connection to the city fabric and to its day-to-day life. Up another flight, the elevated plateau expands the plaza into higher ground, making a perfect setting for public events like concerts and film screenings. The patterned parasol structure that covers the whole footprint of the project creates a space at once open yet sheltered (Mies, no doubt, would be proud of this blurring of interior/exterior boundaries).



At the very top is an indoor restaurant, and a sinuous walkway swoops over the parasol, offering breathtaking panoramas of the medieval city. This “walk in the clouds” gives visitors an opportunity to interact with the building’s design in a way that is usually not possible in architecture: you can walk into it and above it. And if the enchanting city views are not enough visual stimulation, you can peep through the parasol and glance at the action on the ground below, as if seeing it through a mysterious veil of Flamenco lace.



Metropol Parasol gives the plaza the desired cooling shade from the intense summer heat and creates a sense of place. It gives the area a strong identity that connects as well as transcends the city’s history, thrusting it forward and, quite literally, to new heights. Walking into, under, and above the structure, I feel as if I’m walking into a virtual 3-D computer rendering — into a brave new world. Then, as I watch the Seville sun light cast its patterned play of shadows (through Mayer’s distinctive trellices) on the neighboring buildings, I’m reminded of the fourth dimension, TIME. Although the distant past rests just below, I understand this as a very real place of today.


[url]http://www.metropolismag.com/pov/20110614/new-life-in-the-old-plaza
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Old July 31st, 2012, 11:31 PM   #84
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108 Dwellings in Polígono Aeropuerto / Enrique Abascal García

Architects: Enrique Abascal García
Location: Calle Profesor Faustino Gutiérrez Alviz y Armario, 41020 Seville, Spain
Architect In Charge: Enrique Abascal García, Miguel Díaz Zulategui Technical Architects: Pilar López Galán, Maite Conejero, Esther Expósito
Project Area: 13,910 sqm
Collaborators: Néstor González, Óscar Navarro, Francisco Gómez, Antonio Lastres, Antonio Gancedo, Antonio De La Concha, Gerardo Sandar, Vorsevi, Cemosa
Photographs: Courtesy of Clemente Delgado, Courtesy of Enrique Abascal

The proposal starts with some conditions, housing: social, planning regulations: with quantitative and volumetric rules of a place: an area of expansion based on a pure model of growth without a special intention in forming a kind of city, and tight economic conditions.

The interpretation thought the project with the available resources; on one hand the positive investigation that involves the construction of a collective building, and on the other hand the raw aspect of the lack of support makes an urban condition clear and organized, configures the work tools.

A new typological condition (to outstrip built options of nuclear aggrupation typology) arrives us to a system of interrelation of spaces, developing a plot where organize the dwellings. Three cores and galleries distribute from liberate spaces for the collective life or unless to endow spatial sense to an interior space.

The ground floor, is a free plan with patios porches, and others (access to garage, storage, mailboxes, groups), there, it is distributed three staircases that are integrated as a whole, in an atmosphere of subdued light and concentrated with a controlled lattice that permit to flow the air. This atmosphere is extended at various levels of access through openings between floors and out, places of walking and meeting with controlled lighting and natural ventilation. Communal spaces are available at various levels of the terraces.

The dwelling explores flexibility conditions; the typology organizes the technical support, bathrooms and kitchen near the dividing wall, allowing providing a big space, parallel to the façade and free of obstacles. From a normative program, we propose to resolve new distributions suitable to adapt new programs or ways of life. Installations and technical support is reachable from circulations paths and collective zones, allowing reparations and installation of new facilities without change the unit.

Construction is applied to recognize the necessary attribute of this kind of buildings, where concepts like durability, solidity and economy. It uses a color coating like an instrument of identity, and some traditional resources like celosias: it configures the use of light and shadow, the breeze control, recovering traditional energetic concepts, with passive control and active modern mechanisms.

Garage, storage rooms and, support completes and runs the complex. The final volume tries diverse scales, supporting in the internal organization and the material and textures layout.

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Old April 25th, 2014, 07:12 PM   #85
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Torre Cajasol | 180 m | 40 pl

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Old April 25th, 2014, 07:13 PM   #86
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Isla Mágica them park reform:

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Nuevos planos del parque Isla Mágica para la próxima temporada donde ya se incluyen las atracciones de Agua Mágica. Como curiosidad habrá una enorme piscina que simulará una playa.





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El sábado pudimos visitar las obras de Agua Mágica acompañados por Guillermo Cruz, Director General de Isla Mágica. La visita dio para mucho y pudimos ver las obras de cerca:









Para ver el resto de fotos y leer el reportaje: http://blog.themeparkzone.es/2014/04...magica-190414/
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Old April 25th, 2014, 07:16 PM   #88
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Urban lesiure complex


Sevilla Park Arena (21.000 seats)

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Desde el pasado lunes no se ha parado de hablar en los medios locales de este mega proyecto junto al río en la zona del puerto y visto que es de capital privado parece que se está moviendo todo con mucha rapidez para que pueda ser una realidad lo antes posible. Si verdaderamente se lleva a cabo sería una gran noticia para la ciudad de Sevilla después de tanta escasez de proyectos interesantes.



Todavía el proyecto no se ha presentado a expensas de la decisión que tome la Junta sobre la modificación del PGOU para llevar a cabo este mega complejo. De momento y según las noticias el espacio estará compuesto por





-Sevilla Park Arena: estadio multiusos con un aforo de 21.000 espectadores.
-Callejón Rock: sala para 1.500 espectadores para promover espectáculos locales y que sirva de lugar de ensayo para bandas.
-Ágora: gran plaza pública en la que se organizarán conciertos al aire libre, una zona de feria de artesanía y un cine de verano.
-Zona de ocio familiar donde se ubicará la gran noria sevillana de 70 metros de altura que actualmente ha estado deambulando por España.
-Zona de deportes urbanos.
-Zona de compras y gimnasio.
-Terminal de cruceros y puesta en marcha de un bus fluvial.

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Old May 2nd, 2014, 09:12 PM   #89
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New Cixaforum

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Fotos y fuente de http://sevilla.abc.es/, http://culturadesevilla.blogspot.com.es y sevillaactualidad.com
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Old May 16th, 2014, 08:00 PM   #91
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reform of: "Mercado de la Puerta de la Carne and Antigua Estación de Cádiz" (that means, market of the door of the meat and old Cadiz statio)


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Dos importantes proyectos se van a llevar a cabo este año en los aledaños de la zona del barrio de San Bernardo.

-El más importante sin duda será la recuperación del edificio del antiguo Mercado de la Puerta de la Carne, donde se convertirá en un centro donde se mezclará cultura, ocio y gastronomía.



-Estado actual del antiguo Mercado:

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Por otro lado la cercana estación de Cádiz, hoy sin uso, será un gran centro deportivo de tres plantas con aparcamiento subterráneo en su parte delantera. Seguirá albergando el mercado de abastos del barrio.



Estado actual de la estación fechada en 1902:

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Eso es, son dos edificios diferentes con dos proyectos diferentes pero que tienen en común que han albergado el mercado de abastos de la Puerta de la Carne:

-El edificio abandonado del antiguo Mercado de la Puerta de la Carne es este edificio; donde se pretende convertir en un centro de ocio y gastronómico:

[IMG]http://i44.************/311ux6d.png[/IMG]

-Y la Antigua estación de Cádiz es donde se encuentra actualmente el mercado provisional, que se adecentará y también se convertirá en un centro deportivo:

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Vamos a ver los días de feria no son festivo. Los trabajos han continuado en la torre en estas dos últimas semanas lo que pasa que nadie ha puesto fotos.

Os dejo las últimas publicadas en twitter:
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Benito Villamarín stadium extension






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Sevilla | CaixaForum



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La Florida building | residential





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Parece que ya hay salida a la mítica y ruinosa manzana de La Florida donde se va a reconstruir el edificio con elementos modernos.

-Estado actual de la finca donde se encontraron restos de un arrabal del siglo XIV al tirar un edificio anterior del cual se conserva su fachada. Esta fachada se va a integrar con el edificio moderno.

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GRI Sevilla

Under the commercial mark GRI Seville, the installed multinational in the Port will manufacture and will issue from Dockyards the metallic structures and aeolian towers ‘off shore’ employees to install aerogeneradores in the mar. The company calculates an investment of 54 million euros for his implantation, thanks to which supply





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Mercado de la Carne restoration

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De rojo es el mercado de la Puerta de la Carne y de amarillo la antigua Estación de Cádiz, estan relativamente cerca y cada una con su proyecto:



El Mercado de la puerta de la Carne tiene previsto convertirse en un mercado gourmet, pero han salido varios problemas estructurales que dicen no se pueden salvar para hacerlo realidad, esta todo parado pendiente de que es lo que piensan hacer sus dueños.




En la estación de Cádiz iba a proyectarse un centro deportivo, un aparcamiento y una plaza de abastos, además de reurbanizar la plaza delantera con terrazas, no hay renders, y también sigue en espera...
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