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Jordi Herrero Arquitecto | Cultural Center Establiments

Architecture Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center EstablimentsSquare: The building is located at the bottom of the plot creating a small square in front of him. This plaza has a versatile use and may function as parking, patio parties and celebrations, activities area.

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

© Miguel Coelho

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

© Miguel Coelho

View: the facades, of three heights, opening onto the splendid views. The rear facade facing east looking over farmland and the Sierra of Tramontana.The west facade looking over the roofs of the town and its gardens. The building is closed to its neighbors to protect their privacy.

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

© Miguel Coelho

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

© Miguel Coelho

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

© Miguel Coelho

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

© Miguel Coelho

Jordi Herrero | Cultural Center Establiments

© Miguel Coelho

Sunscreen: The main facade is oriented to the west. A system of solar glass slats in various shades of green allows us to enjoy the views, protects us from radiation and simultaneously gives a clear and recognizable image of the building.
This facade is similar to a big sunglasses.

Project information
Location:  Carretera de Esporles , nº 36, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
Architects: Jordi Herrero Campo and Sebatián Escanellas
Project name: Cultural Center Establiments
Project: 2006
Execution: 2007
Total floor area: 495 m2
Land area: 715 m2
Use: Cultural Center
Property Developer: EMOP
Master builder: Bartomeu Bauçá Fiol
Estructures: Fenando Purroy Narvaiza
Installations: PGDI
Construction Company: Llabrés Feliu
Pictures: Miguel Coelho
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