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Taking its cue from traditional Tibetian architectural techniques and local materials along with the bight Tibetian colours, standardarchitecture manages to modernise the Tibetian vernacular without losing its soul.
Some new work by Spanish architects ParedesPino Architects exploring the interesting relationship of scale of public spaces.
Its location close to the railway station of the AVE high speed train in Cordoba city can take advantage of this gap as a unique opportunity, giving the character and scale necessary to assume as a new focus of interest not only confined to the neighborhood, but as a magnet in conjunction with the city.We opted for a solution that allows a wide variety of uses. It offers a covered area, protected from the weather, which will house a temporary market two days a week and other activities at other times.It therefore poses a solution based on prefabricated circular elements that vary in height and diameter and arranged in a flexible manner to allow a similar vision of an urban forest of shadows. The parasols also solve the artificial lighting in the same item and allow drainage of water inside.
A great example of how the humblest material can often yield the most amazing results, Matthias Loebermann‘s structure is made up of piled up shipping wooden pallets, ground anchors and tie rods.