What expectations must a work of architecture satisfy when we are in front of it?
+That it exert the necessary traction to arouse our interest.
+That temporarily responds to its time. Both formally and functionally, as well as technologically.
+Directly and indirectly benefit the largest number of people. Not just those who inhabit the building.
+That the result of the intervention carried out on the plot be positive.
On these four premises we act at ORGANIC.
The result is a building that no one is indifferent to, thus exerting the necessary attraction for the first premise to be fulfilled, this drive, which is preponderant in so many aspects of the current way of life, is not alien to our way of designing.
Without inherited fears, assuming that a building can be temporarily tied to a period, and still come out unscathed, it is that where we used to take this time we put. Without complex. No strings attached.
The shelter provided by the large roof on the corner provides shelter, both for our own and for others, making this expansion of the public space a meeting point and unequivocal reference. In a monotonous urban fabric with narrow sidewalks, we proposed vegetation and widening, favouring the space immediate public.
The intervention thus brings benefits to the city as well as to the residents, leaving a positive balance in relation to the pre-existing.