herreros arquitectos: garoza h10.1 herreros arquitectos: garoza h10.1
dec 03, 2010

herreros arquitectos: garoza h10.1

modular housing prototype by herreros arquitectos photos by javier callejas

 

 

spanish firm herreros arquitectos have designed an industrialized modular housing prototype that allows growth and changes over time. all of the building systems, are ready to be installed without complex construction procedures. the elements are manufactured in specialized factories, where single units are composed, including all of the interior finishes.

the maximum size supported by conventional transport is (3m wide, 2.50m high, and up to 12m long). once the modular housing prototype is delivered, the last layer of the facade and the roof is put in place to ensure continuity, overlap and waterproofing of the material junctions. interior partitions, storage and fixed furniture are incorporated to the vertical walls, which house highly qualified technical facilities, automation and electronic systems and other elements, are tailored to the program for each configuration.

the result of the collection provides quality, control on the schedules of construction, maintenance plans and desirable changes for growth. 

 

 

side view

 

 

rear view

 

 

assembly sequence

 

 

construction process

 

 

cross elevations

 

 

section

 

 

cross section

 

 

growing schemes

 

 

the previous site

 

 

project info:

 

garoza h10.1 prototype 2010 industrialized prototype for a growing house. useful area, basic type10/1: 75m2 (4 moduls including mezzanine) cost (without exterior works) = 200.000 euro decreasing costs if bigger area:2.700 euro/m2 for 75 m2(minimum), 2.400 euro/m2 for 150 m2,2.000 euro/m2 for 250 m2

client: rafael celda & hoa melgar architects: herreros arquitectos architect in charge: verónica meléndez collaborators: alejandro valdivieso, margarita martineza technical architect: ramón paradinas photographs: javier callejas constructor: IDM sistemas modulares / modulab

  • Interessante Bauweise, ich liebe es! leider keine Innenaufnahmen!

    René Düsel says:

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