Brullet – de Luna i Associats S.L.P. designed the Housing in Ronda Barceló in Mataró, Spain.
Description from the architects:
The housing unit project falls within the urban organisation, undertaken by BrulletDeLuna, which structures the arrival to the sea of the Ronda Barceló. This organisation proposes a strong consolidation of the façade of the Ronda culminating in a housing block that will become a new reference centre of the Mataró coastline.
The housing units in the Ronda Barceló are the first ones built within this large urban plan. Even from its section –which defines a large porch with shops– the establishment of the housing units deals with defining the future urban promenade that will retrace the Ronda Barceló.
The typology seeks housing units that are spatially generous and full of light. The placement makes it possible for the housing units to open up to both the more public setting of the Ronda and the more sheltered interior of the block, while at the same time enabling good climatic control due to the crossed ventilation.
|Architecture Design||Brullet – de Luna i Associats S.L.P.|
|Project Architect||Manuel Brullet, Alfonso de Luna|
|Area||gross floor 20,104 m2|