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February 19, 2011

Macarena Cybercentre | Mediomundo

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

Cibercentro Macarena / Mediomundo © Fernando Alda

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Architects: Mediomundo
Coauthors: MOG- Arquitectos
Location: 
Project area: 410 sqm
Project year: 2009 – 2010
Photographs: Fernando Alda

Surrounded by eight-floor buildings and taking up an obsolete esplanade which previously was a basketball court, ‘Macarena Social – CyberCentre’ rests in this place generating a small access garden, which together with a porch vinculated to a cafeteria and a multipurpose room, are offered as a wi-fi neighbours’ meeting and leisure room.

Over these spaces, a volume lined with red lacquered sheet risen up. It is a simple and overwhelming piece where computer classrooms, workshops and offices are placed. It creates a singular view, focal point in this district area. The flat roof is offered as a terrace to hold events and as river viewing point, retrieving this way, the occupied free space, to be used differently by neighbours.

http://www.archdaily.com/110721/macarena-cybercentre-mediomundo/

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