Multiuse building and Meeting Point – El Bruc Residential / SP25

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Multiuse building and Meeting Point - El Bruc Residential / SP25

Multiuse building and Meeting Point - El Bruc Residential / SP25

Project Details:
Location: El Bruc Residencial, El Bruc, Barcelona, Spain
Type: Public
Architects: David Oliva + Elisenda Planas / www.SP25.es
Client: Ajuntament El Bruc / Diputació de Barcelona
Program: Multiuse room, bar, toilet, storage and cleaning room.
Size: 95.75 m2
Budget: 186.300€
Photo Credits: David Oliva + Elisenda Planas

El Bruc Residential, is located just outside the old town centre of El Bruc. It is a new public building for single-family housing development, with a social and cultural use, which consists in a multiuse room for the neighbors, a little bar and a toilet. We were asked to design a neighborhood meeting point, a place for popular parties and celebrations, and other activities such as conferences and courses. It is planned for a capacity of 20-30 people simultaneously and located next to a public playground and a small sports court for the community.

Multiuse building and Meeting Point - El Bruc Residential / SP25

The program areas are distributed in just one floor. A covered entrance porch, communicates directly with the multipurpose room. At the opposite end of the entrance, there are other complementary services (small bar, toilet, storage and cleaning room).

Multiuse building and Meeting Point - El Bruc Residential / SP25

The hardness of the concrete contrasts with the pines’ apparent fragility. It is a very honest and plain building, a wysiwyg building. Due to the small size of the building, it provides an image of unity and compactness of the material.

The façade is the structure, the structure defines the material and the security grille provides an integral texture to the façade. The geometry clearly defines people and light entrance volumes. The result is an integral, durable and engaging building.

Multiuse building and Meeting Point - El Bruc Residential / SP25

It has given most importance to energy efficiency, such as thermic and acoustic insulations, water saving systems and rainwater recovery for garden irrigation.

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