Guadalajara Housing Project
A property development that respects and integrates with the environment. These are the premises of the buildings that have been part of the first international housing competition VIVA (Vanguard Social Housing) organized by the Housing Ministry of Spain.
Indissoluble develops a project for 177 homes in the province of Guadalajara (Spain). The purpose is to achieve a formal unity and the absolute integration of the proposed architecture with the natural space.
Another of the precepts that Indissoluble has had to follow to stick to the rules of the contest is to devise a sustainable design complying with the Technical Building Code. For this reason, Indissoluble has opted for the incorporation of renewable energy. With the installation of solar panels in the community energy saving becomes a reality. Also the design of a cross ventilation helps to achieve an ideal temperature in summer and achieve an aeration without extra costs.
The project also aims to create a community that has a simple and economical maintenance. This is achieved, in part, by the inclusion of native plant species in the landscaped areas. Also with the incorporation of water supply tanks for irrigation.