The Olympic city is a village.
The town is a clump of gardens.
Gardens stuffed into pavilions, pools, trails, forests, places, games, sports tracks, flowers, fountains, bushes, hills, meadows and walks in all sizes, in a variety of colours.
The habitat is bent through the woods, connected buildings, a ring that sets up the limit and that fits naturally the conditions of the topography, creating enclosures that with a minimum of restrictions obtain flexibility and consistency.
The Olympic Village is an adaptable cluster of private spaces and common areas, it is a new image of urbanity.
The ring of dwellings transforms in five areas meaning the five significant continent landscapes.
The Olympic village is a city.
Villa Olimpica Credits:
Temperaturas Extremas Arquitectos:
-Andres Cánovas Alcaraz
-Nicolas Maruri Gonzalez De Mendoza
-Atxu Amann Alcocer