TRINITAT NOVA COMMUNITY CENTER
Nou Barris District | Barcelona | 2018
Barcelona City Council
Nou Barris District
Bayona | Valero
Cantallops Vicente Arquitectes
Bernuz-Fernandez arq. SLP
Armengol & Ros consul.SLP
Dalmau-Morros Tècnics SLP
Marta Coll Trius
Jordi Surroca i Gael del Río
The building stems out of the development of the area, takes advantage of its topography and becomes an extension of the public space, transforming the unencumbered outdoor space into a bonding and supportive social space that provides what’s needed: activity and people. Interior and exterior intertwine generating two new squares leveraging the gradient of the land. The outcome is a building where the line between inside and outside dilutes. The upper square/roof works as a viewing platform overlooking the Collserola range and the Casa de les Aigües building. The respect for the environment manifests in the use of the same ceramic material that merges the urban development with the building itself. Ceramic benches and banisters define its perimeter acting as skylights that bring sunlight into the interiors. The building, classed with an A energy rating, minimizes the energy demand thanks to the use of passive design tools and efficient and renewable energy sources.
Awards and publications
2020 Award in the category of non-residential buildings at the COAC 2018-2019 Mostra d’Arquitectura catalana.
2020 2019 HISPALYT ARQUITECTURA Award.
2020 Featured in the digital mazagine Metalocus.
2020 Featured in “XV Premio de Arquitectura de Ladrillo 2017-2019. HYSPALIT”.
2019 Featured in the Digital mazagine “weArch” Trinitat Nova Community Center Project.
2019 Featured in the “AFASIA” Magazine.
2019 Featured in the “ON Premis FAD 2019” Magazine.
2019 Featured in the “Con Arquitectura nº 69” Magazine.
2019 Finalists at the 2019 FAD ARQUITECTURA award. 2019 FAD OPINIÓ Award.
2014 First position and awarding at the Internacional Architecture Ideas competition for the Trinitat Nova Community Center, Nou Barris district. BIMSA .(together with Cantallops Vicente arquitectes.)