Descripción/Description
Fotos/Picures:
Ciudad/City
Caracas. Municipio Chacao
ubicacion/location
Quinta La Esmeralda
proyecto/project
2009
construcción/construction
2009
superficie terreno/site m2
25
área construcción/constructed m2
25
cliente/client
DECO NEWS
responsable del proyecto/project leader
Arq. Franco Micucci
equipo de trabajo/project team
Arq. Aliz Mena; Arq. Freddy Corredor; Arq. Andrés Guzmán
Instalación SAI
SAI Installation
Caracas. Municipio Chacao
2009-2009

“Vivir en el verde” es interpretado de dos maneras con esta instalación. Una primera aproximación es la del acercamiento a la naturaleza a través de una propuesta de ensamblaje capaz de ser instalada en lugares y parajes diversos de la geografía local. La otra condición verde se refiere a los criterios de sostenibilidad que son propios de la buena arquitectura en cuanto al respeto por el ambiente y la ecología en general. Se propone construir un espacio que invite a la reflexión acerca del papel del diseño y la arquitectura en la producción de lugares sensibles al ambiente, que aprovechen la riqueza del paisaje, las bondades del clima y las oportunidades de la luz y la sombra. Se plantea una solución de diseño que permita al usuario la manipulación de los componentes de la instalación para satisfacer deseos y necesidades propias de cada individuo y así apelar al sentido de lo lúdico en el proceso de creación de espacios. Se cuestiona el papel d

"Living in the green" is interpreted in two ways with this installation. A first approach is that of getting closer to nature through a proposed assembly capable of being installed in various places and sites of diverse geography. The other green condition relates to sustainability criteria that are characteristic of good architecture in terms of respect for the environment and ecology in general. It is proposed to build a space that invites reflection on the role of design and architecture in the production of environmentally sensitive places, which take advantage of the magnificent scenery, the climactic benefits and opportunities for light and shadow. We propose a design solution that allows the user to manipulate the components of the installation to satisfy the wishes and needs of each individual and thus appeal to the sense of playfulness in the process of creating space. The role of traditional design is questioned to the extent that the devices or components that comprise the installation are part of a game, whose rules are to be established by each user and where the object is not a formal pre-conception, but the grouping and organization of the elements in everyday life. The proposal assumes the function of a living space that accepts the wandering nature of individuals and in which the design facilitates the transfer but also the occupation of different places. The theme of the habitable cube is the focus of the proposal because it acts as a device to define space as an object for storage and organization of elements of everyday life, and finally, as the mechanism that facilitates the transfer of the installation. It is, in itself, the basic structural unit of a dwelling that allows individual arrangement and organization of spaces for living, dining, grooming and sleeping.