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Pabellon-Puente // alarcia-ferrer arquitectos

Calamuchita Department, CB, Argentina

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Situated in a forest on the banks of Lake Los Molinos, this multipurpose space responds to the need to create a meeting point for a new housing development for holiday use. The project is located on an area-shaped ravine where an old route traversed that connected the city of Cordoba and the south of the province.

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The place is a privileged landscape where the eucalyptus forest provides a unique atmosphere. The strategy was raised to respect the old use as a flow channel and at the same time experience it in the most intense way. The result is a suspended bridge transversely located to the channel and supported on both sides by two concrete walls that define and give scale to the intervention.

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These walls are executed in pigmented concrete with a texture and color in tune with its surroundings.A metal beam Vierendeel that takes the entire volume and is supported at both sides of the channel solves the bridge pavilion. The glass enclosure generates reflection or full transparency depending on daylight..

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