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Abasto children´s Museum in Buenos Aires, Argentina by gruba

September 3rd, 2013 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: gruba

0-3 exhibit is a space that seeks to bring nature integrating play, perception and expression, stimulating the imagination through the senses.
The space is located within the Children’s Museum and forms an area of 140m2.
Development of the project began with an analysis, concept development and game proposals developed by Gruba.

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  • Architects: gruba
  • Project: Abasto children´s Museum
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Contributors: Marina Garro, Mara Ceva, Hanna Halst, Martina Uribe.
  • Lighting Design: Veronica La Cruz and Giuliana Nievas
  • Structural Advisor: Jose Blanco

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Gruba is an architectural and industrial design working responsibly with the environment. In this project we worked on incorporating natural materials like certificated wood, wool, felts and leather, reused windows Blinds like the exterior recoverd, remaining material, completely efficient LED lighting, paint without toxic, naturally based materials such as linoleum and techniques of inserts to prevent glue and allow easy assembly and disassembly.

The space will transmit different areas, animals and plant life of our country, with simple shapes and warm materials.

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The proposal consists of three elements:

  •  Floor surface: Smooth surface with waves of different textures, shapes and colors. Natural wool invited to use the space in a low plane.
  • Vertical Surface: Wall made of MDF modules jointed pieces. The interior is plywood enclosure guatambú and outer enclosure Blinds recovered. Through games and objects are discovered landscapes of the country: animals game textures, Cactus, Small lizars, mountains and streams, reeds and marshes. Music, puppets and dolls space.
  • Ceiling area: \”Fabric\” of wood. Through repetition of a triangular piece of plywood, it forms a rolling surface which provides containment space with different heights, and solving illumination and acoustic requirements.

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