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Antonio Olavarrieta Acebo; Katalin Rodríguez Martín; Paloma Vera Herrero

Cecina Studio

Plaza del ochavo,2, 5ºC, Valladolid, Spain
We are a group of young recently graduated architects. Throughout the career we have developed projects of different scale confronting problems ranging from the urban plot to the design of constructive details. Our approach has always been directed to how space is lived and its direct relationship with the phenomenological. In addition, each of the members has collaborated in different professional studies putting into practice our idea of ​​architecture.

Heritage, accessibility and senses


Architectural Projects in Cultural Landscapes

Heritage, accessibility and senses


Architectural Projects in Cultural Landscapes
Public space through the senses for a total perception of the architecture and its surroundings

Our research focuses on the value of the architectural heritage and its relationship with the landscape through the creation of a sensory tour. In this way, we understand public space as the intermediate space between architecture and landscape.

In turn, within this idea, it seeks to achieve an accessible Universal Design course that allows the use and enjoyment of the built environment and landscape to ALL people.

The aim of the research is to involve all the senses in the design of public spaces. Our interventions are based on sensory perception to provide spaces that allow those with functional diversity to enjoy the environment in their own terms without having to link the architectural routes to a single direction.

We understand that all people deserve the opportunity to enjoy new readings of the promenade, the architectural object and the landscape.


SCENT SQUARE

TACTILE PROMENADE

MULTI-FACETED VISIONS

TOWER SECTION

WIND TOWER

Heritage, accessibility and senses


Architectural Projects in Cultural Landscapes

Heritage, accessibility and senses


Architectural Projects in Cultural Landscapes
Public space through the senses for a total perception of the architecture and its surroundings

Our research focuses on the value of the architectural heritage and its relationship with the landscape through the creation of a sensory tour. In this way, we understand public space as the intermediate space between architecture and landscape.

In turn, within this idea, it seeks to achieve an accessible Universal Design course that allows the use and enjoyment of the built environment and landscape to ALL people.

The aim of the research is to involve all the senses in the design of public spaces. Our interventions are based on sensory perception to provide spaces that allow those with functional diversity to enjoy the environment in their own terms without having to link the architectural routes to a single direction.

We understand that all people deserve the opportunity to enjoy new readings of the promenade, the architectural object and the landscape.


SCENT SQUARE

TACTILE PROMENADE

MULTI-FACETED VISIONS

TOWER SECTION

WIND TOWER


Idea by

Antonio Olavarrieta Acebo; Katalin Rodríguez Martín; Paloma Vera Herrero
Cecina Studio
Plaza del ochavo,2, 5ºC
Valladolid
Spain
We are a group of young recently graduated architects. Throughout the career we have developed projects of different scale confronting problems ranging from the urban plot to the design of constructive details. Our approach has always been directed to how space is lived and its direct relationship with the phenomenological. In addition, each of the members has collaborated in different professional studies putting into practice our idea of ​​architecture.