why "art code" ?

In architecture, the facade of a building is often the most important from a design standpoint, as it sets the tone for the rest of the building. Art code is now being used by a new generation of architecture designers to explore innovative ways of generating form and translating ideas in a wide range of creative architectural disciplines

The Ronda Building by estudio lamela

The project has sought to transform the roofline into useful and pleasant spaces for the user, from which you can see the river and part of the city that surrounds it. The starting point was a structural skeleton and the project reuses some of the previous installations.
The different volumes, jutting out with sinuous forms, remain consistent with its function and harmony with its essence, projecting color and dynamic outwards.
We can distinguish between 3 sub-groups with pre-existing forms which have to be maintained: the Ronda buildings – more linear in shape, but with undulating facades-, the Ebro buildings – shape like a wateter droplet – and the Actur building. In all cases there are plans for intermediate floors to allow passage from two levels at a height of eight meters to four at four metres. There is also a “surgical” type of operation to open spaces and relocated cores necessary for future office use.

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