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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Mosconi Condominium in Caba, Argentina by Frazzi Architects

 
April 8th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Frazzi Architects

In our spatial searches, Mosconi 3 adds to the concepts of open ground floor and permeability between urban and semi-private spaces, experimentation in the succession of spaces and boundaries within 3 functional units that make up the project.

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

  • Architects: Frazzi Architects (Arch. Matías Frazzi)
  • Project: Mosconi Condominium
  • Location: Mosconi 4340, Villa Devoto, Caba, Argentina
  • Photography: Arch. Federico kulekdjian
  • Collaborators: Ariel Damiani, Javier Antruejo, José Frazzi
  • Advisors:
    • Eléctric Engineering: Fabián González – Isem
    • Municipal Procedures: Arch. Maria eugenia ciria
    • Structures: Ing. Claudio de caroli
    • Metal Engineering: Bonanno Y Cia.
  • Project Area: 700 M2
  • Project Year: 2014 – 2015

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Continuity with the street is through am open ground floor on which a series of boxes containing the housing units appear to float: a heavier box that encloses the first two identical floors, and another lighter box off from the previous one with a glazed light transition.

A prism clad in wood (services container) creates the ground floor access generating the boundary between the semi-public and semi-private space.

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

This same services box is the one that will articulate the different spaces of each floor.

The functional units feature a succession of terraces between environments, a spatial continuity that links the different urban spaces (courtyards) and generate cross ventilation and natural lighting.

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

The structure of the parasol system made of iron and wood, fixed and mobile, is what will limit the entry of light and heat, as well as security and privacy, as a transition element between urban-terrace-private space, which contributes to sustainability, and finishes the volume of the project, closing and intensifying the concrete boxes.

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Arch. Federico kulekdjian

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