10-14-2013 05:00 AM

Nautic Cleb of Aldeia do Mato / Cannatà & Fernandes

© Luís Ferreira AlvesArchitects: Cannatà & Fernandes
Location: Aldeia do Mato, Portugal
Architect In Charge: Fátima Fernandes, Michele Cannatà
Collaborators: Marta Lemos, Isabella Fera, Miguel Meirinhos, Cristina Neves, Nuno Castro, Claúdia Amorim, Rui Serrano/Tagus
Photographs: Luís Ferreira Alves

Foundations And Structures: Gop – João Maria Sobreira
Water Sewage Network: Gop – Raquel Fernandes
Mechanical Installations : Get – Alfredo Costa Pereira
Electrict Installations: Lightplan – Fernando Silva
Client: Câmara Municipal De Abrantes
Constructor: DST Domingos da Silva Teixeira
© Luís Ferreira AlvesFrom the architect. The prototypes designed for DST Company for the CONCRETA 2003 Exhibition, intend to provide a multiplicity of solutions regarding its purpose. The development of a modular typology that could respond to specific ends such as of temporary housing, environmental observatory, fire outpost, bar, Kiosk, “virtual square” or to a minimum element that could gather the necessary conditions to communicate through IT systems was a priority.
© Luís Ferreira AlvesThe plan was to produce a module that could be repeated and associated almost endlessly, being at the same time functionally mutable and capable of providing urban conditions through associative forms of its base element. Being a prefabricated module capable to address the needed comfort it also provides resources to processes and energetic recovery systems of high end technology such as photovoltaic panels. The module was designed to be installed in places where no major environmental changes can take place e.g. natural parks, beaches, city squares and zones where it is not possible for various reasons to access infrastructures.
© Luís Ferreira AlvesEach model has a 3,00 m surface with 9,00m long and a 27 square meters area. The aim of this container/ module is to rethink the way space is occupied and encourage the use of new technologies and materials that might offer greater energy management. This structure is previously assembled before arriving by truck or helicopter, to its final location.
Floor Plan

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