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On a narrow street in Santa Cruz de Tenerife this building is conceived as a stack of closed boxes made with glass and awnings, rounded off with corten steel plates all contained in a simple concrete frame. Each piece harbours two flats and on the ground floor a corten steel fence serves as the boundary to an open space giving way to the pedestrian and vehicle entrances.
TECHNICAL DATA: Year: 2006-2008. Location: Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Architects: Antonio Corona Bosch, Arsenio Pérez Amaral. Collaborators: Rodrigo Muñoz, Javier Trujillo, Mark Senning (Architects). Arquiestructuras Tenerife (Structures), Ica (Engineering), DD7 (Quantity Surveyors).