Through an interpretation of the urban zoning laws, this group of housing units located in one of the most populated areas of the city of Seville is qualified through a large public interior courtyard and is distinguished by its stepped profile towards the city.
This project introduces an alternative to local regulations of land and town planning. The proposal does away with having the main block occupy the central space that composes the series of the buildings, instead concentrating them on the border, and in this way accentuating free interior space.
The maximum and minimum heights permitted in each area are used to generate an outline that singles out the whole proposal.
The location of the dwellings has been chosen in order to comply with sustainability criteria that effectively ensure efficiency in the use of natural resources. Lightning and ventilation facilities are available through alternating facades, also designed in an attempt to smooth its position in the overall program.#socialhousing