PROFESSIONAL PROJECT - HCP Architecture & Engineering
SITE: Lot U of PP1 | Granada | Spain
Phases: Concept Design | Developed Design | Technical Design | Construction
PERIOD: 2011 - 2013 | Personal Contribution: 2012
AREA: total built 1944.33 m² | site 784.00 m² divided into 6 plots
The land has a pronounced slope morphology with its axis oriented northwest. The maximum height difference between the highest point and the lowest point is 9-10m. This implies an average slope of 48% or 25-26 °. The solution adopted was to subdivide the original land into 6 plots to accommodate 6 houses. Due to the steep slope between the two streets in the longitudinal axis of the plot, the proposed solution has several levels, trying to save this pronounced level difference. Since both streets have a steep slope, it has been chosen to reshuffle the housing volumes for better grounding. Access, both pedestrian and road, is independent for every home, so there is no element in common. All homes have double pedestrian access. Vehicle access takes place only on lower level street.
I have contributed to the written and drawn pieces that are part of this documentation for the building permit, following the study of several options in the concept design stage.
AutoCAD, Revit, Photoshop
I have been involved in preparing the documentation required for the building permit and the facade study.
Image rights | HCP Architecture & Engineering