25 ago. 2007


1. The sun-lounges, like the common halls, should be orientated towards the south.
2. The density of construction must be gradual and go hand in hand with the development of the GDS-levels.
3. To employ the village, the bell tower and the tower as elements of reference. To achieve that, a shaping of a series of radial paths provides a sense of orientation.
4. To reinforce the existing Cañada Real to the south as an element of connection, “planning it” with black-poplar trees.
5. To open a new street to the east of the site, drawn as well with black-poplar trees.
6. Building the access around the Camino de Fuentestrun. The topology must be respected although hollowing in the existing gap in the site for the location of a car park for the personnel and the visitors, as well as an area for storage and installations.
7. Establish connections with the municipal garden south of the site.
8. The green areas follow an inverse graduation against the density of the building construction.
9. Interconnect with the morphology of the village.
10. Respect the views towards the landscape.
11. View towards the Polar Star from the bedrooms.
12. Horizontal layers of events take place on the site: Walks/Activities. Pergolas with colourful flowers cover them all and thus, provide a chromatic graduation as an element of reference.
13. Crossing paths to connect with the town.
14. To have a vantage-point located to the north where the whole site can be contemplated and understood.
15. To build the car park building in zigzag towards the north of the site.
16. It would be ideal to have flourishing plants as an element of identification for the dwellings.
17. The site is the point of departure leading to a small sanctuary where urban furniture are done for the path.
18. To build a new Bridge-vantagepoint over the Manzano River.
19. Typology for the dwellings: with crossed ventilation.
20. To establish a net of pergolas between the dwellings as a connecting element.
21. To build the residence in two levels supported by the existing topography. This typology would also be used in distinguishing the different GDS degrees of the patients.
22. To create topography of roofs of solar panels orientated towards south.
23. To build the workshops with a telescopic structure, different from the housing, in order to make them visible in the site and become a landmark.
24. To create areas of wandering at the northern upper end of the strips of activities.
25. Strips of activities cease at some point according to the degree of GDS.
26. Situating the swimming pool to the southwest and in that way to recreate an atmosphere of a reservoir.
27. To limit the height of the dwellings to one level.
28. To use the height of the plants (3 m) as an element of connection between the buildings.
29. The limit to the east of the site is drawn by fields of wheat that open up towards the horizon.
30. To use a heating system in the winter drawn from the idea of greenhouses.
31. Water circuit (swimming pool, recycling, watering and storing water).
32. As it is likely that the swimming pool will be open to the public, one has to consider making different entrances to it.
33. The sports and play area lay at the south end of the site and are linked to the black-poplar grove at the Cañada Real.
34. Locating the horses’ stables in the garden to the south and to create a park for children.
35. Locating the visitors’ residence and administration at the access zone to the north, the highest area on the site.
36. Personalising the sun-lounges according to the visitors.
37. Creating gaps in-between, between habitable spaces, which allow plants to enter the interior. It is considered to be important always to have a direct view towards them.
38. Pattern that allows growing the number of dwellings. Future units are foreseen but equally to what happens after demolishing ruins in Trébago, gardens will be planted in the meantime in the future sites that are in preparation.