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João Diniz | Alpha Pavilion

Architecture ALPHA 02_b

Transparency unveils the lake and the woodland.

ALPHA 04The pavilion is an open, multi-use space intended for the event Casa Cor 2008 and kept as lounge for announcements of InPar constructors.

The 20-m span with seven trellises spaced 6.20 m stabilize the head-winded laterals.

ALPHA 08The footbridge connects the existing building.

Glazed lateral walls are acoustically sloped.

ALPHA 03Ventilation crosses over walls and sliding doors.

Assembled in 20 days with metal tubes and crystal.

ALPHA 05It searches for lightness and agility in the urgency to exist.

Location: Alphaville, Nova Lima, MG, Brasil
Design team:
Architect: João Diniz
Associate architects: Priscila Garcia, João Pedro Torres, Jose Luis Baccarini, Mauricio Lage, Isabel Diniz
Built area: 920,00 m2
Structural design: Francisco Silva
Structural tubes: Vallourec & Mannesmann Tubes
Structural engineer: Euler Guerra
Structure contractor: Pórtico Estruturas Ltda
Steel: VMB 300
Structure weight: 42 ton
Civil engineer: Nicola Peluso
Glasses: Viminas Ltda, Total Vidros Ltda.
Lighting: Ernesto Lolato, La Lampe
Acoustics: WSDG acoustic design, Renato Cipriano
Photos: Marcilio Gazzinelli, Bel Diniz
Steel Architecture award: X Premiação IAB MG, 2008
 
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