Applying a generator matrix. Parasols in five sizes

Paredes Pino. Open Center for Public Activities. Cordoba. Spain

June 20, 2014

Applying a generator matrix. Parasols in five sizes

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A composite system based on repeated elements can be used to implement large scale interventions. This economy of resources simplifies the actions on complex contexts and allows spaces to be clearly unified. Applying generator matrices entails the seriation of building systems and components with the subsequent cost reduction.

The repetition of structural shafts of different heights and aluminium trays in several diameters occupies the whole space.

 

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Paredes Pino. Open Center for Public Activities. Cordoba. Spain
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