Granada Science Park
Granada Science Park by Carlos Ferrater & Jimenez Brasa Arquitectos is a poetic example of architecture inspired by surrounding landscape.
Construction of the mountain-like roof covers programmatically complex centre, constructing a new topography. That amazing structure as it folds, organizes between folds the skylights that provide natural light to the circulations and connecting spaces.
Even though the building is quite complex with it’s form, it seams simple, natural and embedded in the context.
I don’t want to be too critical but it’s much more successful then some other egsadurated forms we see by a couple of my recently least liked architects (with big names) ;)
Posted by Malwina Gruszecka at 5:44 pm