Fluidity is a public space that interprets the many possibilities that are offered to the most innovative and creative architects for sustainable design of modern cities.
Today’s global society requires a greater continuity between public and private, indoor and outdoor spaces, from which new synergies arise, and lead to more dynamic urban spaces with a better relationship between cities and their inhabitants. Fluidity uses the characteristics of ceramics to respond to these needs, creating urban elements characterized by a double skin, in other words with an outer side, composed of elements that decontaminate the air, and an inner side consisting of extruded ceramic tubes. The floor is flexible, forming waves that move in synergy with the various layers of the skin. Walls, ceilings and floors interact with each other.
The public space of the future is a varied space, composed of elements which interact with one another through the use of diverse materials and various building systems, leading to design projects with versatile functions.
The Ceramic materials that make up the project are the result of a continuous technological innovation, the pursuit of environmental sustainability and modern design from the Spanish ceramic industry has always stood out for its creativity and ability to innovate.
+ Project facts
Title of design: Fluidity
Architects: GGlab + Paulo Flores
Design Team: Andrés Arias, José Ramón Tramoyeres, Paulo flores, Danilo Spiga, Povilas Cepaitis Lluis Enrique, Diego Ordoñez, Carlos Piles, Alberto Seller, Jaume Verdeguer, Miguel Rus, Arense Zaragoza.
Consultants: Cast on Cast (parametrization, optimization and digital manufacturing)
Structure: Manolo García Carpintería Artística S.L.U.
Fluidity Exposition: MADE – Milan, Italy 2011 , Cevisama – Valencia, Spain 2012