欧式饭店装修图,Carles Enrich 丨 设计,在建筑中沉淀

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Carles Enrich 丨 设计,在建筑中沉淀

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Carles Enrich, 1980年出生于巴塞罗那,2005年毕业于巴塞罗那ETSAB建筑学院。从职业生涯开始,他就将专业工作与研究相结合,并获得了UPC建筑项目理论与实践硕士学位,目前在UPC攻读博士学位。

Carles Enrich, born in Barcelona in 1980, graduated at the School of Architecture of Barcelona ETSAB in 2005. From the beginning of his career he has combined his professional work with research, and obtained a Master degree in Theory and Practice of Architectural Projects from the UPC where he is currently a PhD Candidate.


The former church of Santa Eulàlia in Gironella dates back to the mid-fourteenth century and throughout its six centuries of history it has undergone innumerable changes of use. In 1907 the building was desacralized and underwent a series of alterations to accommodate various activities. It was initially used as a dwelling and carpentry workshop, then, in 1924, it became a pasta factory.


It was later converted into a bar, involving the demolition of the original paving that was replaced by a concrete floor to accommodate drains and pipes. Finally, in 1971, Gironella Council recovered the building in a precarious state of conservation when it was transferred from the previous owner who was unable to guarantee its maintenance.

1984年,巴塞罗那省议会的地方建筑遗产服务部门对屋顶进行了紧急修复,1986年,通过Víctor Argentí的一个项目,该建筑被修复,用作公共多功能厅。最近干预涉及拆除分区添加在前几年,包括夹层拱点,并提出了公司新的历史地层:旧的街道立面嘉联易Olvan取代一个半透明的玻璃所面临的,和一个木架子结构被介绍给房子内部的档案。

In 1984 the Local Architecture Heritage Service of Barcelona Provincial Council carried out an emergency roof repair and, in 1986, with a project by Víctor Argentí, the building was restored for use as a public multipurpose hall. This most recent intervention involved demolishing the partitions added in foregoing years, including the mezzanine in the apse, and proposed the incorporation of a new historical strata: the old street façade on Carrer Olvan was replaced by a translucent glass facing, and a wooden shelving structure was introduced to house the archive on the inside.


In 2016, due to the poor condition of the building and the lack of services and facilities, it was necessary to reformulate the space to carry out cultural activities related to the performing arts, especially dance, music and poetry. This intervention was part of a programme to recover existing buildings promoted by Gironella Council.


The project consists of reading all the historical layers and moments that have settled in Santa Eulàlia with the clear aim of highlighting the virtues of each intervention and understanding them as a sequence of layers. The planned new use requires the insertion of adapted services and an update of the facilities to comply with regulations for public space. Likewise, the deterioration of facings and floors had caused problems of leaks and damp that required urgent renovation.


First, the space of the central aisle was recovered to extend the useful space available. The new use does not require an archive, so the shelves were eliminated, and the closed chapels are used for storage. A birch wood floor was laid in the central part for dance and theatre rehearsals and to guarantee good insulation. To avoid differences in level, a continuous self-levelling mortar floor was laid all the way around it, adapting to the geometries of the stone walls.


Secondly, a service nucleus was inserted into one of the chapels to guarantee accessibility. The restroom takes the form of a pine plywood box with a pine-batten facing to conceal the doorway. Due to its inertia, the underfloor heating system was not effective for occasional use and was replaced by an air renewal system designed to drive hot air through a grating that delimits the wooden floor in the central area.


Thirdly, the intervention addressed the outer perimeter. The translucent facing of the façades was replaced by transparent glass that expands the field of vision, provides natural light all day, incorporates the street as a second façade and offers views of the church from the outside. Vertical structures are reinforced and added to generate a rhythm and modulation of smaller glass panes that are easier to replace in case of breakage. This facing is completed by a fabric curtain on the inside that serves to manage lighting and improve acoustics and insulation depending on the events taking place. The permeability of this facing highlights the public nature of Santa Eulàlia as an extension of the urban landscape.