Author: Enrique Meiggs
Peruvian University of Applied Sciences (UPC)
Thinking beyond respecting an architectural context, trying to complement a space in a public way, making a building work properly or creating an innovative design of great presence, this project suggests a simple but dynamic way to meet the needs of different people in a community that are completely disconnected from the urban context.
The form designed for the project is simple, continuous, fluid, strong generating multiple accesses, making the design an extension of the recreational area.
What are we exactly looking for? what can we propose to achieve it?
It can be estimated that a community that is not linked to an urban context does not have the same routine (Labor, integral, educational, etc.), therefore the spaces required should be as general as possible so that they can be used for different Activities.
It is proposed that all the project has nine spaces so that it satisfies the needs of a community of low or medium density:
• A large recreation area: So that it can be used by the whole community in a free way
• Two rooms: Located one on each floor respectively, where it is expected to carry out activities of certain groups of the community
• Two Multipurpose Rooms: Located below the recreational area, where it is expected to be used for more general activities or more area
• An administrative office: Located on the first floor, where the use of different environments will be administered
• An infirmary: Located on the second floor with quick access to the recreation area.
• A Workshop: Located on the first floor where any technical activity is planned
• One storage: Located on the first floor with general and independent access from the workshop
• Hygienic Services: Located on the first floor