Spain > Madrid > Valdebernardo
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|gross building area||59153|
|site area||53692 sq. m|
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Valdebernardo -located adjacent to Madrid´s second outer ring to the East of the city center, exemplifies this movement, which was later extensively repeated, becoming somehow the norm. It was planned as a residential enclave, with a 90% of subsidized housing, including some retail and public services.
Surrounded by highways and green areas, it has an insular character, reinforced by the homogeneity of its design. Its structure is defined by the crossing of two boulevards, 54- and 94-meter wide respectively, along which the ground floor retail is located. The layout is characterized by a grid of 60x60 and 90x60 meter of enclosed blocks, which are grouped conforming superblocks around a public space and a public facility. References:
Bataller, J.J., López de Lucio, R., Rivera, D., Tejera, J. (2004): "Guía del Urbanismo de Madrid: s. XX", Gerencia Municipal de Urbanismo, Ayuntamiento de Madrid, Spain.