apartment in pastrycook’s street

WORK IN PROGRESS

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Without resorting to big demolitions, this small intervention intends to laud the already existing spaces allowing light to penetrate previews darker spaces like the middle room. The difference of floor materials make transition between spaces and serving its functions. Creating an open space allows for more maneuver in terms of use and living.

大きな解体をせず、少しの作業で変化をもたらすプロジェクト、すでに存在する空間、部屋の真ん中のより暗い空間に光をいれる作業で、床の材料の違いが空間内の遷移を可能にし、その機能をもたらしている。オープンスペースによってより生活、使用しやすくなる。

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Two different materials coexist in the living room bringing the conflict between what intends to be a new intervention in an apartment made of history and memory. The middle room, previously a darker small scale space disappears to give more area to the space the client will be living most of its time, the living room. In this way also the kitchen is provided with better light and more space.

二つの材料がリビングルームに混在しており、歴史と思い出のアパートメントへの新しい介入との衝突をもたらす。真ん中の部屋、明らかにより暗い空間がなくなっているが、それは人が一番多くの時間を過ごすその空間によりエリアを与える為である。このようにキッチンもより明るく広く作られている。

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About alexandre vicente

born in 1985, is a portuguese architect with a master degree by the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa with the thesis Surveillance and Frontier, Museum in the Second Line of Defense of Jurumenha between 2010 and 2012 worked at rc+jv arquitectos in some public competitions and made short collaborations with barbini arquitectos and chp arquitectos. in 2010 is the winner of the Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa 2010 student competition with a project for Cova da Moura. in 2012 wins the SECIL Universities Award 2011

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