Today Facades World we want to share with all our readers a new copy. It has come to our hands the design of a barbecue in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and it has occurred to us that the best thing would be to offer them all the constructive information as well as all the images so that they can appreciate it in detail. What do you think if we start? Here we go!
Modern barbecue - construction details + images
This 174 project square meters is ready for construction of a barbecue and parking spaces. Two pairs of partitions, perpendicular to each other, resolve the supports of the roof and organize interiors and patios, which mediate between the parts of the new program and the existing house.
These recently mentioned pieces are made of reinforced concrete, they
control the visuals towards the private areas of the house, framing the perspectives towards garden, complementing the spatial delimitation raised by the partitions.
The technology of the roof, which is built with the implementation of wood, favors, through textures and tonalities, the integration of the work with the environment of strong natural character. The reciprocal structure of laminated eucalyptus beams, is organized from a series of longitudinal beams locked alternately, up and down, between two transverse beams. This scissor organization virtualizes the inverted double slope roof, at the same time that it generates an interstitial space between the ceiling and the beams.
Each wood plywood panels, of standard dimensions, determine the structural module, solve the ceiling, and support the thermal and hydrophobic insulation of a continuous roof, formed by the projection of successive layers of expanded polyurethane and polyurea. The glazed enclosures, of aluminum profiles, are arranged behind the edges of the deck organizing galleries on both sides, which mediate the relationship between interior and exterior.
Quincho floor plans in 174 square meters
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