Here it is a fresh review from me, an Ornithological Observatory which is located in Spain. Sound so scientific right? Indeed, ornithology is a branch of zoology which is concerns the study of birds. So have you got the clear view about the review which will I tell to you guys? If so, check the review below!
Completed designed by the architect Manuel Fonseca Gallego. This ornithological observatory is located in Logrono, Spain. By the architect, this architecture was completed in 2009. The architect have an idea of an ornithological observatory, a unique and eminently landscaping object which is located in a well established urban surrounding which is belongs to the promoter who have proposed several locations within an area of the outstanding beauty.
The architect chose the most suitable location which they considered after a detailed frame photographic analysis among the other reason, because it’s a strategic point for the detailed observation of a large number of migratory birds without altering their natural habitat. The rest consisted in locating it between two magnificent tree specimens to ensure that the volume was fully integrated with the riverside’s vegetation as an element itself. The choice for the material seemed clear. Wood was the most interesting construction component.
I guess that the main concept is to consider the item as a big box beam which is bounded by the four planes, the lower horizontal one and the rest which is formed by the ruled surfaces. The constructive composition of these planes is set with wooden planks arranged irregularly, covering the surface partially, as a “sell”, so we dip ourselves into the dream world of nests, recreating a surreal atmosphere with lights and indoor shadows. The piece rests on top of the hill and crosses the forest’s mass with a powerful cantilever (12 m approx.), poking surprisingly between the vegetation, surpassing the river’s vertical edge.
Nowadays, bird is become extinct in several species, so we have to take careful of it for the next generations. Support the movement to survive it. Well, that’s all that I have got, I hope you enjoy it! Have a nice day then!