Federico Garcia Lorca Cultural Centre

The limits between the historic urban context and contemporary architecture are diffused by extending the threshold through a dynamic exposed concrete construction. The building highlights the difficulty of working in historic centres, establishing a natural and continuous relationship with the historical centre of Granada on different scales of intervention. At ground level, the building merges with the Plaza de la Romanilla in a continuous space, a “Passage-Foyer”. The limits between urban and architecture are blurred by an extended threshold that emerges in between both spaces.

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