Living & Rehabilitation from Addictions Community «Juan XXIII»

Best Project of Building or Facility by Student

About the project
This project is the creation of a new space for an addiction rehabilitation community. This takes place in a rural area away from the city and noise. Where large light roofs are erected covering the housing blocks and workshops, as if the wings of the Holy Spirit were protecting and giving shelter to the community, generating a central space of encounter, reflection and prayer materialized in the chapel. The inner exterior relationship merges thanks to the visuals and the semi-covered spaces generated by the wings, achieving a constant interaction with nature. Thus allowing the creation of an atmosphere conducive to the rehabilitation and healing of people through God and nature.

Estancia Grande, Entre Ríos, Argentina

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Applicant and author of the project
Juan Francisco Trotta, graduate of the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of Concepcion of Uruguay