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Located at an urban crossroads, a meeting point for the suburbs of the historic city, the architectural complex of the new Red Cross office summarizes the complexity, achievements and contradictions of a kaleidoscopic city like Malaga. Architecture has to commit itself doubly. On the one hand, it must guarantee the viability of an idea by translating the project’s purpose into construction. On the other, it has to contribute to the city a piece that respectfully incorporates into the urban fabric.
▼建筑外观，external view of the building
But although function must precede form, in the case of this building, its location and its integration into the urban context in which it was born, has the same value. The building and its surroundings were conceived from a vacuum, hence the idea of a construction that would collapse the block, aligning itself with the roads and depleting the available buildable area on the plot was obviated. On urban level, essential is offering the neighborhood a new park.
site plan, project providing a new park to the city
The idea of the park-garden was started, which was to give continuity to the pre-existing plant plot. This new urban green space climbs the building’s facades, courtyards and terraces until it reaches the roof terrace with a landscaped roof solution that appropriates the geographical context of the city of Malaga on a territorial scale. The building’s enclosures in turn reproduce plant motifs, roots and branches in textures and shapes that the light enhances in the bas-reliefs on the ground floor and in the perforated lattices on the upper floors. By fragmenting the geometry of the building, it was possible to increase the specific surface of the facades, increasing the number of openings to the outside and forcefully introducing a previously filtered and treated light into the available spaces.
▼建筑沿街外观，street view of the building
break the geometry of the building volume, increasing openings on the surface
▼建筑底层的庭院空间，courtyard on the ground floor
▼植物图案的围护结构，building enclosures with plant motifs
At the dawn of the 21st century, the concept of sustainability is consolidated as something more than a neologism or passing fad. If our urban habitats are to be re-naturalized, the work must consequently incorporate new functionalities adapted to the needs of each field. And offer fluid and versatile spaces ideal for easy adaptation to change. The office is evolving towards more diaphanous and open environments, fully incorporating courtyards, terraces and roofs as exterior work spaces in which to substantially dignify both the daily work of the Red Cross employees, collaborators and volunteers and, above all, of its potential users, whose personal and social circumstances require a space precisely adapted to them in which to attend to their needs in a dignified way, while at the same time being calm and relaxed.
landscaped roof corresponded with the geographic context of the city
The common spaces and lobbies, socialization and co-work rooms as well as meeting and representation rooms, summarize in their design and distribution a clear intention of movement, of seeing and, in turn, being seen. The areas are no longer understood to be watertight and closed but are related as communicating vessels with each other through these communication cores and shared meeting rooms. The main staircase is itself a sculptural element that is implanted in the backbone as an apparently auxiliary construction and with a certain industrial stamp that aims to convey the resolution and easily adaptable capacity of the institution.
▼一层办公空间，office space on the ground floor
▼从楼梯间可以看到带有绿化的庭院，view of the green space from the staircase
red strips decorating the floor of the communication areas
▼视线通透的办公区，transparent office space
▼空间使用透明隔墙，transparent partitions used in the space
As a mutable entity, which in order to be ever closer to people has to adapt rapidly to a changing reality, the building has to serve that function without conditions. The longevity and worth of a project depend directly on that adaptive capacity. The new headquarters of the Provincial Red Cross Office in Malaga is capable of adapting to the changes and fluctuations of a reality that increasingly requires greater efficiency and versatility to achieve this. At last, the circle has closed. Red Cross returns to Ciudad Jardin.
▼镂空表皮细部，details of the latticed skin
▼护栏，外部铺地和入口平面图，fence, exterior finish and access plan
▼一层平面图，ground floor plan
▼二层平面图，first floor plan
▼三层平面图，second floor plan
▼四层平面图，fourth floor plan
▼表皮细部，details of the skin
▼楼梯间细部，details of the staircase
Project Name: Provincial Office of the Red Cross in Malaga
Drafting Architects and Project Directors: endosdedos® architecture | Maria Martin Sanchez, Architect | Francisco Padilla Duran, Architect
Location: Salamanca Street, 31 CP 29013 Malaga
Execution Director: María Vargas García, Technical Architect
Health and safety coordinator: Eduardo Ortega González del Val, Technical Architect
Structure and facilities engineering: CQD Engineering
Promotion: RED CROSS
Area: 2,289.00 m2
Year of completion: 2021
Photography: Fernando Alda Photography S.L.