The works to be executed on the plot consist of a block containing 90 dwellings, 2 commercial premises, 108 garages and 90 lumber rooms.
It is a corner building, seven floors high, with the highest floor being set back in the form of an attic apartment.
Basic volumetry was developed on which elementary subtraction operations were performed.
Having exhausted the 14.50 metres of buildable base, seven parallel slabs were implemented which incorporated the housing units belonging to an open, versatile system that allows the inclusion of typological varieties within a stable support regime.
The approach responds to the legislation, respecting the area of movement, alignments, number of floors, limiting plan and plot occupation factors.
It is also intended to respond to the open building block and closed city block typologies.
Thus the constructed parts respond to a clear bioclimatic desire and economy of means in its configuration, giving preference to double orientation in favour of crossed ventilation in the dwellings, sunlight protection and regulation elements, together with sustainable active and passive environmental control systems.
These blocks form an open block that permits the use of the interior space.
With careful resolution of constructed volumes, the provision of quality in this interior space is achieved, limiting it, configuring it and converting it into a grand private plaza, a place to stroll through and to remain at the same time.
This is a space that is contained within the buildings.
The community urban development resolves the access paths to the various doorways and which run between green belts and areas for leisure and recreation.
These paths adequately resolve the problems of reduced-mobility persons in a natural fashion employing gently sloping ramps.
Most of the urban development is executed on top of the garage roof, converting it into treated, transited platform.
Large tree wells and gardened areas are incorporated to provide a green presence within the interior urban development.