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Cervantes Primary School

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Cruz Díez Arquitectos, santiago carroquino | arquitectos
location Ejea de los Caballeros
function education, kindergarten, primary school
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The project consists of a set of buildings that are developed around a central courtyard in "U" shape. Three clearly identifiable volumes that harbored two independent centres of education (infant and Elementary). The program and the orientation conditions the creation of two separate buildings joined by a third body that will host the common facilities. The cladding of the building is solved using a light facade system consisting of two curtain walls: Polycarbonate exterior and glass inside hosting on your camera steel structure and facilities, solving the thermal and acoustic insulation. Exterior finish of facade is solved with a system modular cellular polycarbonate without views bindings, by applying a selection of colors using vertical stripes that stylize the building and create a dynamic and interactive game around children.

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Awesome use of polycarbonate. If you need information and assistance on using polycarbonate in future projects, please contact
Ramat Yohanan, Israel 05-May-16
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Cervantes Primary School
Paseo de la Constitución 38-40
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This project is part of 1 guide Spagna 2017 by Endeila
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Completion 3- 2011
Floor area/size 404918 m2
Cost € 3781189,-
Main designer, ArchitectCruz Díez Arquitectos
Architectsantiago carroquino | arquitectos
Client DGA. Education
Project ID 11366
Latitude/Longitude 42°07'20N 01°08'23W
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