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The land on which the Residence of Jabuticabeira will be executed, is located in Ilha do Frade, one of the most privileged neighborhoods of Vitória - Espirito Santo, which is named because it is, in fact, an island that connects the city through a single bridge. This land stands out for its view of the sea.
In slope, the topography of the land (higher in the street and lower in the boundary with the sea) facilitated to ensure that all the main environments have a sea view.
The biophilia applied in this architectural project guarantees the approximation with nature and replicates the aspect of calm and relaxation, so that residence is a refuge from the intense pace of the city.
In addition, the solution to reduce the environmental impacts caused by construction and its use over the years is the use of engineered wood in frames and ceilings. What distinguishes this wood from other materials is the fact that it is a renewable raw material and sustainable production in native or planted Brazilian forests.
The cover receives photovoltaic plates that enable the capture clean of energy and convert to home use. Green roofs were also inserted into the roofs, which have several sustainable benefits such as thermal comfort, and increases the relative humidity of the environment. The green roof also allows greater drainage, preventing flooding and facilitating rainwater harvesting, which can be reused. The different levels and strategic positioning of the openings and the internal gardens ensure natural lighting cross ventilation that, together with the green roof, significantly reduce energy expenditure for air conditioning purpose.
The contemplation of art and nature is essential for future residents.
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