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Dancing Cloud


Cercedilla, Madrid



Noemí Díaz Pérez


Noemí Díaz Pérez

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"The cloud that settles on the reservoir" and the Nuagers, inhabitants of the clouds that settle on reservoirs or lakes when the spring equinox arrives. This idea is developed through a set of capsules that are joined in a diaphanous way, creating spaces at different heights to give the appearance of a dispersed cloud.

It is materialized with steel pillars, technical floors and pneumatic architecture. Elevator are used to access from one floor to another. They also have direct access to the reservoir water so that the user can use the pools.

Bubbles that form the cloud follow the geometric principle that the water itself shows when creating a cavity with these qualities. Due to its chemical nature, interstitial tension and use of space, the tendency of bubbles is to create spherical shapes as long as there is no contact with other surfaces. If not, the bubbles conform to those surfaces (planes). Once they come together, the bubbles do so using the smallest flat surface they have in common, regardless of their size.

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