Pavilion E4. Efficient Outdoor Educational Space
Fernando Alda

Pavilion E4. Efficient Outdoor Educational Space

Juan Gavilanes + Ferran Ventura come Architetti

Pavilion E4. Efficient Outdoor Educational Space (E4), is a research project of the University of Malaga to provide it with a replicable avant-garde classroom that allows teaching abroad. Halfway between an outdoor space and a cutting-edge classroom, through the definition of its architectural form and geometry, which includes parametric design, with the optimized support of air conditioning systems for a classroom integrated into a Campus Green Island of Teatinos of the University of Malaga.

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

This new space can: Understand its environment and work with it collaboratively; allow the conditioning and obtaining of comfortable conditions of the space; be able to define the air conditioning systems necessary for the operation of the E4; the application of Artificial Intelligence technologies for application in architecture; monitoring the space for climate and use control. The pavilion is not only born from a research project but once built it aims to serve as support for future research.

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

Team:

Architects: Juan Gavilanes Veláz de Medrano + Ferrán Ventura Blanch

Research Team:
Domínguez Muñoz, Fernando 
Bandera Rubio, Juan Pedro 
González Herrera, Antonio
Ortega Casanova, Joaquín 
García-Manrique Ocaña, José Manuel 

Collaborators:
García-Parra Pomares, Daniel
Enciso Martínez, Elena
Ruiz Alaminos, Raúl 
Shahdadpuri Aswani, Vishal

Engineering: Elesdopa 

Client: Vicerrectorado de Smart Campus. Universidad de Málaga

Construction company: Lasor S.L.

Photographer: Fernando Alda

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda

Materials Used:
Lime Mortar: Cumen Mortars
Solar panels: Onix solar
Patent structure: Elesdopa
Ceramic materials: La Paloma

photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
photo_credit Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
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Scheda Tecnica Prodotto

ElementoMarchio
Solar PanelsONIX
Lime MortarCumen
Patent StructureELESDOPA
CeramicsLA PALOMA CERÁMICA Y GRES, S.L.
Scheda Tecnica Prodotto
Solar Panels
per ONIX
Lime Mortar
per Cumen
Patent Structure
per ELESDOPA
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