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This small industrial warehouse, situated on a rural estate on the island of Tenerife, used for the production of plants and lawn for a landscape company, was designed to store horticultural products with offices and staff changing rooms. A simple metal structure covers the span of the warehouse that has two translucent façades made with micro perforated sheets that sit on a longitudinal module made of reinforced concrete, containing the changing rooms in the semi-basement and the administration area on the upper level. This has an independent access from outside, and where you can see either the inside of the warehouse or over the rest of the landscaped holding.
TECHNICAL DATA: Year 2011-2012. Location: Guamasa, Tacoronte, Tenerife. Architects: Antonio Corona Bosch, Aresenio Pérez Amaral, Mark Senning. Client: POA Landscaping. Collaborators: Javier Trujillo (Architect), Arquiestructuras Tenerife (Structures), ICA Engineering, DD7 (Quantity Surveyors). Photography: Juan Martínez.