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Diseño de la iluminación

Centro Cultural de Comida Orgánica

PROYECTO DE DISEÑO DE ILUMINACIÓN • FADU • UBA

PalermoBuenos Aires, Argentina
Superficie cubierta1.656m2
Superficie del terreno1.825m2
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El proyecto concibe al edificio como luz, una caja iluminada; o una caja en sombra cuando está cerrado. En este caso, lo que lo marca es su entorno de copas de árboles encendidas.

Y es que responde a una implantación atípica en una esquina importante de la ciudad, Libertador y Sarmiento, donde su ubicación en el terreno actúa de tapiz el escenario del espacio público que un Centro Cultural merece delante.

El edificio, continente de energía y vida desde su función; busca crear una atmósfera lumínica espacial contrastando diferentes usos; sean de exposición, recreativos o prácticos.

En el primero de estos espacios, las pantallas y objetos iluminados en la planta baja, llaman la curiosidad del visitante el cuál podrá interactuar a través de los juegos culturalmente programados y pasarelas que flanquean al bar, el shop y los expositores.

Planta de iluminación (corte hacia arriba)

TALLERES

Los talleres son espacios de bajo contraste, lumínicamente pulcros, donde la luz fría (homogéneamente fría) se agrupa al prestar atención sobre los bancos de trabajo; para ofrecer el mayor confort visual y calidad lumínica. Aquí se utilizaron Tubos T5 por su alta calidad en el IRC.

El ocio no se dejó de lado; el edificio está concebido como un faro, un llamado de atención a lo orgánico y natural por su tonalidad buscada especialmente con filtros sobre tubos tipo T5.

Desde su implantación juega creando puntos de luz sobre el terreno; los que rematan en la torre simplemente concebida como uno de ellos; de manera contundente pero sin perder la idea.

El control lumínico mediante el sistema Dali Light System incluye sensores de luz en la cubierta y sus cuatro fachadas verticales preparando para cada momento del día, época y clima la escena ideal entre lo que se necesita en el interior como lo que se espera, ofrecerá a la ciudad.

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