Social housing buildings are often thought of as plain and boring because of their limited budgets and strict regulations. Someone didn't tell that to Spanish architecture firm Roldán + Berengué who designed this striking 75-unit social housing tower in Barcelona.
Conceived as part of an urban master plan, the uneven layering of the facade creates a dynamic aesthetic identity, while offering a variety of views for the low-income residents. All materials used in the tower's construction are 100% recyclable and the facade's materials come from a 65% natural materials and 100% already recycled materials.
Roldán + Berengué website