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BUILDING DESIGN


nervous system, reproductive, respiratory, skeletal system and urinary system. Air: Natural and passive ventilation are


important in all partitioning, filtering and internal air treatment, air humidity control, selection of non-toxic materials during the construction process to guarantee better health quality for the workers, reducing the amount of contractual suspension. In this case cement and gypsum panels were used. Water: The amount of consumed


water was a subject of great concern, along with rain collection and the use of more efficient hydrosanitary products – with dual flush WCs, aerated faucets, smaller wastes and automatic sensors for faucets and urinals. Nutrition: In each block there is a


kitchen pantry, and all the common blocks have a cafeteria in the reception lounge. There are also two restaurants for users. On the roof, there is a space destined to create a living roof. Lighting: Based on a solar study, all the


complex partitioning receives natural lighting. As to the use of artificial lighting, the natural lighting level was taken into consideration and the lights were dimmed accordingly. Physical health: The complex includes


two open plazas for physical activities, one area for group activities and other is


The complex will include the minimum parking spaces required by law, to encourage the use of public transport, helping to decrease the environmental impact.


equipped with open air gym. On the roof there is also a running and/or walking track. All of them are open for use by the community. Comfort: The enire complex is designed


to be ergonomic and accessible for its users. Because the site is close to a small


airport (Jacarepagua’s Airport), the acoustics were a very important part of the design. All the glass is sound proofed and there is a plat band roof for noise


control, which also improves natural lighting inside the building. The whole design was modelled in BIM


(Building Information Model), because this made it possible to identify issues at the conceptual stage, making it possible to create a higher complexity architecture design. Using virtual prototyping we were able to be more productive in all the design steps and were able to make faster design decisions.


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