Starting from a simple volume and a conventional structural system, it has been sought to emphasize the tectonics of each material, modulating each encounter and facilitating commissioning. The use of reinforced concrete blocks placed in different positions solves the needs of ventilation while providing natural light to the interior.
Project Name: EQUINE PAVILLION in AULESTI (Bizkaia)
Architecture Office: ELE arkitektura
Construction year: 2017
Built area: 160m2
Location: Aulesti, Bizkaia (Basque Country)
Photo credits: ELE Arkitektura
Website Photographer: www.elearkitektura.com
Architects in Charge: Eduardo Landia, Eloi Landia
Design Team: Eduardo Landia, Eloi Landia
The supporting structure, the galvanized steel sliding doors and the interior partitions are modulated according to the size of the concrete block, generating constructive coherence and dimensional coordination throughout the building.
Ele Arkitektura (Durango, 2013) is a multidisciplinary platform aimed at design, founded by architecs Eduardo Landia and Eloi Landia. They carry out projects of many typologies and scales based on the research carried out around architectural concept, context and tectonics of the material.
Their works include their proposals “Puente Sarasola” (2nd prize), “A refuge for Oteiza” (1st prize) and the competition for the construction of an elevator and an urban staircase in the Blast Furnace of Bizkaia in Sestao (1st prize) , in addition to his works “Territorial College of Architects of Valencia” (1st prize. Work selected among the best 20 works in the Valencian Community between 2015/2018) and “Reform of the Ikastola Kurutziaga” (finalist in the COAVN 2019 awards), all of them carried out with different collaborators.