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Pascal Arquitectos | Social Club Tegucigalpa

Concept & Competition © Osvaldo Schmid

More than a defined project, this is a scalable and reconfigurable system, which is based on a triangular module which generates specific geometry that defines space, forms; and a four by four feet grid that allows an efficient and effective use of prefabricated materials.

© Osvaldo Schmid

© Osvaldo Schmid

The goal is to achieve a timeless, discrete, contemporary and modern architecture, yet, fashion-less, where local craft as well as the technology are together.

© Osvaldo Schmid

© Osvaldo Schmid

The intention in the main building is to optimize and emphasize the views and orientations, allowing all spaces to articulate and interact with each other, and integrating the garden to the interior.

© Osvaldo Schmid

© Osvaldo Schmid

The main scheme is based on a triangular space that has one open side which is surrounded by horizontal circulation so that there is no obstruction to the most important views of the landscape. This forms a central plaza where all the events take place and it includes de main pool snack bar and sun deck.

© Osvaldo Schmid

© Osvaldo Schmid

Location: Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Architect: Pascal Arquitectos
Area: 37 000 m2
Year: 2014
Photographer: Osvaldo Schmid
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