Article source: Sol89
A public building should be able to not have doors. We think of these buildings as technical fragments from the connected public space network throughout the city thatcher in their belonging to the nature of the streets, squares and gardens. From this discussion we propose that the Daycare Center become a transit device and reconcile the city and the abandoned park where it is situated, conceiving it as a place to play and to be for neighbors and children.
- Architects: María González y Juanjo López de la Cruz (Sol89)
- Project: Daycare Center
- Location: Carlos Cano St., Ayamonte. Huelva, Spain
- Design date: 2003
- Completion date: 2005-2006
- Quantity surveyor: Joaquín Gutiérrez.
- Collaborators: George Smudge, student.
- Installations engineers: Insur JG.
- Built up area: 1.116,78 m²
- Client: Townhall of Ayamonte.
- General Contractor: Construcciones Hermanos Cordero S.A.
- Photographs: Jesús Granada.