The 49 room apartment in Barcelona is uniquely designed to complement the architectural foundation of the opposite sex

2022-07-12 0 By

The 49-room apartments in Barcelona are located in a block where the road is split by the railway, and the ground and second floor temporary housing centers are accessed through an open public passageway.The entrance to the house is framed by a separate enclosed hall and a double-height traffic core that opens to the side.The project is located in a unique block in Barcelona’s Extension district (Eixample), which was partitioned by the railway and is now open to new public Spaces.Two separate volumes define a large green central courtyard and circulation area.While the street-facing building articulation integrates the front facade of the block, the second building is conceived as a stand-alone building, even separating itself from the boundary of the plot in response to the existing irregular urban voids.The ground and second floor temporary housing centers are accessed through an open public passageway.The entrance to the house is framed by a separate enclosed hall and a double-height traffic core that opens to the side.Public and outdoor Spaces (multipurpose room, laundry room, orchard, terrace, porch) on the ground and roof levels extend the lifestyle beyond the apartment, thus compensating for the reduced area in the apartment.The single bedroom apartment for the elderly is cross-ventilated and can be accessed through an open walkway and entrance door. This intermediate space allows the use of common space and modulates the privacy of the apartment.Starting from the central kitchen, the psychological boundary of the space is extended by oblique views of the large sliding door to the living room and bedroom.A terrace extends the living room to the outside.And that’s the architecture Channel for “49 rooms in Barcelona designed to Complement the Foundation of the Opposite Sex”. The Architecture Channel will share more examples of excellent architecture, find the beauty of architecture and explore the way of architecture. Please follow us