The analysis of hybrid buildings, started in the first issue of the series Hybrids with high-rise uses, now continues with the development of horizontal projects.
Massive land occupation, imposition on the weft, topographical modification of surroundings and the introduction of mobility in programmes are the most common conditions.
Nevertheless, unlike vertical hybrids, horizontal hybrids are more able to disguise themselves in the landscape, even separating into quasi-independent elements. They are buildings that renounce iconic character in favour of invasive character.
Tittle: HYBRIDS II Subtittle: Low-rise Mixed-use BuildingsHybrids Series a+t 32 Pages: 160 Size: 23,5cm x 32cm Ilustrations in color English/Spanish ISSN 1132-6409 Now on sale
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