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First Urban Sustainable Transport Center in Barcelona (CUTSBCN) , Barcelona/ Spanien

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Dokumentation
wa-ID
wa-2014553
Tag der Veröffentlichung
15.04.2010
Aktualisiert am
30.04.2010
Verfahrensart
Studentenwettbewerb
Teilnehmer
Students of Architecture, Engineering, Design
Beteiligung
209 Arbeiten
Auslober
Abgabetermin
15.04.2010
Preisgerichtssitzung
30.04.2010

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Bruno Bianchi, Damian Bojko, Nelson Etcheberry, Juan Fabbri, Guillermo Klentak · Christian Moroni,, Universidad de Buenos Aires

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Alfredo Gustavo Bertuzzi, Ileana Carolina Rossi Seluy, Nicolas Emanuel Sambrana,, FADU-Universidad Nacional del Litoral

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Peter Osborne, Oxford University, Sean Solowski, Carleton University, Farid Noufaily, University of Waterloo

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Daniel Valle Gómez, Flavio Panico,, UCAM, Università degli Studi di Parma

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Terry Allen Driggs, Jr., University of Kentucky

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Alejo Lopez, Noelia Maldonado, Laura Abate, Miguel Urruty, Maximo Triolo,, Universidad de Buenos Aires

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Enric Navarro , Joan Ramon Pastor, David Onieva Alonso, Albert Sabás Serrallonga,, Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona

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Beni Goltsman Barzellai, Guilherme de Barcellos Lozinsky, Mariana Magalhães Costa, Patricia Tinoco, PUC-Rio

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Sergio del Barco, Raúl Olivares Pablo Magán, Guillermo Angulo, Marc Cabarga, María Lozano,, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura y Geodesia de Alcalá de Henares

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Marcin Giemza, Anna Skrzydlewska,, Cracow University of Technology

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Che Kang Liu, Song Ya Huang, NCKU Architecture Department

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Lu Lu, Antonio Berrio Gallego, Miguel Garcia Guerra, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid

Anerkennung

Federico Ortiz, Ricardo Schvonewolff, ETSAB, TU Delft
Verfahrensart
Offenes Verfahren

Competition assignment
On the plot there are currently 2 buildings, both very well known by the people of the area. One, located right on the sharpest corner of the plot, corresponds to a local gas station, while the other is a car dealership run by an exclusive car brand. Our goal is to propose a new complex that symbolizes the end of an era marked by gasoline-powered vehicles and oil as the main power source. The imminent arrival of electric vehicles to the cities makes us think that this matter, along with all its consequences such as the need to provide electric refueling stations, must be taken care of by architects from the beginning and in the best way possible to avoid the chaos that past generations built. The project aims to aware and educated people on environmental sustainability issues, introducing in its
design technological elements that help to reduce pollution such as photovoltaic panels, wind mills, etc. Participants are given complete freedom to decide which building typology will be the most appropriate to solve the proposed program with the following spaces and areas:
– Environmentally friendly vehicles dealer/s. 1.500 m2
– Ecological refueling station equipped with spaces for parking vehicles while being recharged without affecting the functionality of other services. 1.800 m2
– Cafeteria related to the refueling station to serve the public while awaiting the completion of the recharging process. 500 m2
– Offices and Research Center. 10.000 m2 spread over several floors.

Jury
Prof. Ignacio Paricio, Barcelona (president)
Prof. Dr. Zaida Muxí, Barcelona
Prof. Joyce de Botton, Barcelona
Prof. Alfons Soldevila, ETSAB
Shaun Pilgrem, Cambridge

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