PUERTO PESQUERO Y DEPORTIVO.
|Exterior 1 / Outdoor 1|
|Situación / Situation|
Con un gran contenedor que de cabida a las toneladas de pescado que llegan diariamente a un puerto de pesca como es el de Águilas, se consigue una imagen integrada con el paisaje portuario gracias a la utilización de materiales como el hormigón, el vidrio y el acero. Con la madera, nos acercamos más a la escala humana, creando un ambiente más cálido.
En el contexto que nos encontramos para realizar la intervención, la propuesta para realizar el edificio de la lonja parte de la concepción de un conjunto de volúmenes prismáticos, sobre los que destaca una pieza central tratada de forma independiente y que se contrapone al resto no sólo por su forma, sino también por los materiales utilizados.
|Exterior 4 / Outdoor 4|
|Exterior 5 / Outdoor 5|
|Exterior 6 / Outdoor 6|
|Interior 1 / Indoor 1|
|Interior 2 / Indoor 2|
|Interior 3 / Indoor 3|
|Planta de acceso / Acess floor|
|Planta superior / Upper floor|
|Alzado Norte / North elevation|
|Alzado Sur / South elevation|
|Alzado Este / East elevation|
|Alzado Oeste / West elevation|
|Sección transversal 1-1 / Cross section 1-1|
|Sección transversal 2-2 / Cross section 2-2|
|Sección longitudinal 3-3 / Longitudinal section 3-3|
|Sección longitudinal 4-4 / Longitudinal section 4-4|
|Sección transversal 5-5 / Cross section 5-5|
|Sección transversal 6-6 / Cross section 6-6|
|Detalles constructivos 1 / Construction details 1|
|Detalles constructivos 2 / Construction details 2|
With a large container that accommodates tons of fish which daily arrive to Águilas fishing port, we achieve an image integrated with the port’s landscape through the use of materials such as concrete, glass and steel. Through the use of wood, we get closer to human scale, creating a warmer environment.
In the context that we are to perform the procedure, the fish market building starts with the design of a set of prismatic volumes, on which stands a centerpiece treated independently which opposes to the rest, not only for its shape, but also for its materials.
We’ve searched for an outright image, a powerful volume that is perfectly integrated with the environment in which we are moving. An environment whose main features are the large scale provided by the vessels themselves and the reinforced concrete docks.
The auction room consists of a central volume of light, transparent appearance that stands on the concrete walls which create the attached units. There are also differences in the cover treatment, in the auction room we use a slight zinc cover in order to avoid overloading the structure, while the rest of the pieces are solved with more conventional flat covers, gravel, pavement or water layers, responding to different needs.
Vertical communications between different plants have been solved through a vertical element. The tower, which houses the stairways and elevators, points the access to buyers and creates a milestone in the new port.
The first volume that can be perceived approaching through the dock from the city center is the retail area and external staircase that invites the curious visitor to climb to the viewpoint, where you can enjoy the auction process or the sea as well as gaining access to a cafeteria. This piece has a flood cover that overflows into a sheet of water located in 0.00 level, that runs through the south facade, marking the direction to the Approved Buyer main entrance. This set of reflections produce a relationship with the sea that surrounds the building.
There are two kind of serving spaces that surround the auction room, the industrial or processing fish type, which are located along the northern corridor, and the administrative and customer service type which are located in the south bay. Fish and people circulations are independent converging into the large central hall.
The treatment of these two corridors is completely different, as the area of fish processing and cold zones is a very compact and closed volume in order to achieve a better insulation, while the office area is open to get as much natural light as possible. There is a solar control by overlapping glass slats that protect from direct incidence.
Throughout the basin, and supported by the existing retaining wall, we locate seventy-five gear booths. The roof of these booths is formed as a promenade that connects to the existing way near the pier.