Housing development Los Andenes

Two rows that adapt to the terrain

On a plot of land of the developing area of the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife of the nineties, the town council proposed the development of a series of interventions of low budget housing projects to enable the relocation of inhabitants from run-down neighborhoods. This group of dwellings is organised in two rows, built separated by a pedestrian walkway, generator of urban value. The first row consists of semi-detached duplexes with access from the lower street. The second row is organized by overlapping flats and duplexes, taking advantage of the gradient between the road behind and the walkway.


TECHNICAL DATA: Year: 1992-1993. Location: Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Architects: Antonio Corona Bosch, Arsenio Pérez Amaral, Eustaquio Martínez García. Client: Viviendas Municipales de Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Collaborators: DD7 (Quantity Surveyors)