Argos by Felipe Gonzalez-Pacheco

The images above are of a power generation building that serves a concrete factory in Colombia. It’s a really stunning building, and a nice departure from normative industrial architecture. Designed by Felipe Gonzalez-Pacheco, the pleated facade mimics vernacular woven objects while utilizing the material produced in the factory: low-density concrete. It reminded arch daily readers of a screened parking structure in Chile and it reminds me of a brutalist Erwin Hauer.


1 Comment Argos by Felipe Gonzalez-Pacheco

  1. Tanner Christensen January 5, 2011 at 10:40 AM

    Wouldn’t mind driving past that every day on my way to work!

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