Urban Development

The urban planning project for the Moli d’Animeta area in Quart de Poblet, Valencia, contains rational linear constructions and four central urban blocks, three of them gathered around green areas and a fourth plot facing La Huerta Park.

The proposal is inspired by the curves of the buildings in Valencia, with rounded corners, and a design that avoids the concept of urbanization. The approach also has a small vegetable garden in the house itself as a tribute to the Valencian vegetable garden.

info

2018

client: Sociedad de Actividades Industriales Quart S.L. and Quart de Poblet Council

location: Quart de Poblet, Valencia, Spain

program: Housing

area: 4.947,94 (M14) + 6.625,2 m2 (M13) + 5.455,47m2 (M12) + 5.183,93m2 (M11)

status: Competition. First Prize.

credits

ARCHITECTURE: Ábalos + Sentkiewicz (AS+)
Project directors: Iñaki Ábalos, Renata Sentkiewicz (AS+)
Collaborators: Jerónimo van Schendel, Andrea Vallés, Tania González, Teresa Casbas, Claudia Vivas (AS+)


STRUCTURES: BAC Engineering Consultancy Group
Team: Lluis Moya F., Agustí Obiol, Xavier Aguiló

FACILITIES: AIGUASOL
Team: Aleksandar Ivanci, Oriol Gavaldà

LANDSCAPE: ARQUITECTURA AGRONOMÍA
Team: Teresa Galí, Jordi Nebot

RENDERING: Poliedro


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