Now that we know that our future has become liquid, nodo17 is in permanent change and evolution.
Nowadays we live in a permanent unsettled environment. The flexibility and indeterminacy of the future has become part of our way of living. The solid modernity is being replaced by the liquid modernity. Within this context and in reference to the traditional planning that orders the future, which should be today the tools to design a city?
Opposite to the academic tools based on the lining up of the streets, the height of the cornices, the relation between the typologies and the urban morphology, we propose a city not based solely on formal or morphological parameters, but on temporal parameters: a city that anticipates the future.
Our proposal for the area of Fort Garry Campus evolves with time. It is not solid but liquid. Time has always been the construction material of the remarkable cities. In fact, the bases of this competition show a great concern with the future and with a system that allows a flexible construction program based on phases.
The amazing setting of Fort Garry Camus is a great opportunity itself to develop this approach. A flexible city means an adaptable city, but not only with the city users but mostly with the built environment and the landscape. An environmentally friendly city that coexists and lives closed to nature; a city that searches the most efficient direction to reduce energy consumption and optimize the pedestrian’s zones, encouraging public transportation against the use of private vehicles.
Architecture, Landscape Design2013
The dome is a solar tower that generates electrical energy, social energy and entrepreneurial energy in order to become the main attraction of the Ribera del Duero. An interior landscape covered by a greenhouse with a rich potential of use. Es_parks is a partnership between nodo17+mtm arquitectos + cso arquitectos. (www.es-parks.com).Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Design2013
REVERSE URBAN PLANNING PRINCIPLESArchitecture2012
from flower to flowerArchitecture, Graffiti, Landscape Design2012
The potential success of our proposal lies in the project management. And to achieve that we have to develop the necessary tools to produce the project we have proposed.
In fact, we think that the project management is most important than the final result.
Therefore, we set out some rules that integrate de technique conditions and the typological flexibility that haves to follow the construction in the Eco-neighborhood of Toledo.
The goal is to achieve formal coherence in the building as well as an infinite typological diversity.
The formal coherence is obtained by the structural volumes and the potential cross section.
The typological diversity is achieved through the ability of the structural volumes, leading to dwelling with variable uses and infinite typologies. For this, we would like the urban environment to suit to inhabitants lifestyle through participation in typological election.
The result pretends to be a diverse and coherent community, where social integration it´s promoted.Architecture2012
LOW COST URBANISM in Sudan
by ES-PARKS ( nodo17 + mtm + cso ) www.es-parks.comArchitecture, Landscape Design2014
The proposal for the future fair grounds in La Rinconada must address to two completely different temporary situations: the few intense days of the fair and the park that it is the rest of the year.
The objective of our proposal is to make the two moments as compatible as possible.
The free space occupied by the stalls and the Infierno Street can generate a distressing bare area when there is no fair.
Our proposal aims to ensure that this necessary empty space, which allows the easy installation of the stalls during the fair, does not make the park into an inhospitable space.
To achieve this, the organization of the stalls within the park seeks to avoid big leveled areas and to answer to an organic system rather than a tectonic system.
That is, a park where it is possible to set up the stalls but avoiding as much as possible big empty spaces.
The stalls are located along a continuous line to attain the largest perimeter possible to generate extra spaces that break the continuous emptiness destined for stalls.
Our proposal is not based on urban planning criteria (as the Seville Fair is), but is ruled by laws closer to the organic in nature.
A ribbon that curls and generates park spaces in its interior, on the borders, as well as along the ribbon itself.
The future fair ground is formed by different layers that configure the multipurpose and flexible park capable of accommodating all type of events, from the most intense fair to normal park activities.Architecture, Landscape Design2012
Landscape management strategy for Benquerencia neighborhood in Toledo.Architecture, Landscape Design2012
Urban competition in Guadalajara, SpainArchitecture, Landscape Design2014
International competition in Benquerencia, Toledo, Spain.Architecture, Landscape Design2014
Competition of ideas for the remodelling of the square of the patron saint and its environmentArchitecture, Landscape Design2012