Is a project under the premise of reusing the elements required to implement an architectural work, which in this case timber form work, specifically the Polin. The material is both a waste of work and the work itself, is treated and used to honesty, does not change just reused. We use it as it is found after being used, and are physical characteristics that define the type of structure and even finishes.
This conceptual duality is achieved with two aspects one is the use of material as it gets, is not covered or hidden, but on the contrary, being the material that defines the structure, the finished dimensions, and so on.
The second is an awareness of recycling that makes this work is sustainable in all aspects, not only in ecological terms but also social and theoretical. This idea of sustainability is achieved by taking advantage of all that is otherwise wasted, from the same raw material to create a living space.
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