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Community Center for Youth and Sports in Moreno, Argentina

Entered into: Copa Arquitectura
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The Proposal
The main focus of the project was to establish a relationship between the social, the ecological and the economic, together in one building. For this relationship be successful, was thought a building with multiple functions, rectangular design and metallic structural system of fast construction and high strength.
The spaces required were organized into two horizontal blocks, interrupted by a main plaza opened vertically, connecting the Del Carril street to the football field.
On the ground floor were located the spaces dedicated to the community and economic use such as the multipurpose room, locker rooms, lan house and community space commerce.
The use of roof is possible through a metallic stairs outside. It was not restricted just to the green roof, rainwater catchment and location of solar collectors, but also involves a small vegetable garden, communal pool, a hammock and an unique view of the football pitch.

Location

Moreno
Argentina

Competition Category Entered

  • PaĆ­s de Origen | Country of Origin: Brazil

Competition Details

  • Name: Copa Arquitectura
  • Host: Architecture For Humanity, Nike Argentina
  • Type: Public
  • Registration Deadline: March 21, 2011
  • Submission Deadline: March 21, 2011
  • Entry Fee: $20 USD developed nations , $0 USD developing nations
  • Award: $2000 + $2000 design stipend, $1000 runner up
  • Status: Winners Announced

The competition entry ID for this project is 8783.

Project Details

NAME: Community Center for Youth and Sports in Moreno, Argentina
PROJECT LEAD: Urban Recycle Architecture Studio
LOCATION: Moreno, Argentina
START DATE: March 01, 2011
CURRENT PHASE: Design development
COST: $45000 USD (Estimated)
SIZE: 5534 Unspecified
DESIGN ARCHITECT: Diego Viana Gomes

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