commercial parasol / fiberglass
Inspired in a land art piece by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, we sought to define a space for a summer café through a modular repetition of stylized "umbrellas", that once associated generate a complex architectural space. This complex formal/spatial installation is noticeable not only from the top level of the square, but also from a further location. The geometry that is generated through the aggregation provides density to the interior space, generating optimized seating spaces and circulation paths. Constructively, the base module is built in fiber glass and integrates ceiling, floor, table and chairs. The enclosure and wind protection will be enabled through the addition of windows or screens supported on top of the umbrella and base. Because it is a space composed through the aggregation of independent modules, this structure is easy to disassemble and store when not in use.