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Toledo, Colegio de Arquitectos, nuevo patio
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La antigua sede de la Demarcación de Toledo del Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Castilla-La Mancha, en tiempos Casa de los Demandaderos del Convento de Santa Isabel, en la travesía del mismo nombre, ha sido ampliada considerablemente con la adquisición de varios inmuebles en la misma manzana, centrando el acceso ahora por la Calle de Santa Úrsula, frente a la Plaza del Juego de Pelota. El recorrido virtual completo puede verse aquí: http://josemariamorenofotografo.net/?id_trip=38&pag=1&sec=pan360&subsec=con El proyecto ha sido redactado por los arquitectos Antonio Sánchez-Horneros, Enrique Díaz Chirón, Javier Caamaño y Nuria Molina, realizando una espléndida intervención que, conservando los elementos históricos, incorporan las más modernas aplicaciones de la arquitectura contemporánea. Acoge en esta muestra, una magnífica exposición del concurso de ideas para la construcción del Museo de la Vega Baja de Toledo, primera referencia del propósito de potenciar actividades culturales de la ciudad y en apoyo de la nueva Escuela de Arquitectura, además de las propias administrativas de este colectivo de profesionales.
Copyright: José María Moreno Santiago
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Taken: 01/11/2010
Uploaded: 01/11/2010
Updated: 17/09/2012
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