Vento Vinte Lodge / Lins Arquitetos Associados
Textual content description offered by the architects. The inn’s property is positioned on Emboaca Seaside, within the municipality of Trairí/Ce. It has 112 meters of frontage and a depth starting from 30 to 50 meters, located between a state freeway to the north and a protected sand dune to the south, shielded by environmental regulation. It is just 30 meters from the ocean, with unobstructed views for the reason that entrance property has no constructions, solely a bar owned by the identical proprietor. The terrain is almost flat, with a slight slope in direction of the freeway and the presence of a lush coconut grove in its mature state.
The architectural strategy, subsequently, aimed to protect the whole present coconut grove and implant chalets and assist buildings beneath and amongst these palm timber, using their full panorama potential and integrating the constructions into the pure environment. Chalets and swimming pools had been carried out within the jap portion of the land, whereas parking and repair block occupied the western portion. The reception block was positioned in entrance of the bar with direct connection to the road. A 1.20-meter excessive fence made from marmeleiro, a local wooden discovered within the area, was used to surround the inn.
Round models (chalets and repair) or elliptical (reception) buildings had been the fundamental varieties outlined for the constructions, embracing an natural idea to combine them with nature. Circulations and constructive components additionally contribute to the natural particulars, looking for unity all through the ensemble.
The chalets are oriented for useful air flow, with numerous openings of various sizes and heights permitting plentiful regional winds to enter the inside and exit on the opposite facet, making certain fixed but controllable cross air flow. A Cariri stone-covered veranda serves as the doorway to the chalet and is a spot for relaxation and conversations, particularly within the afternoon and night. Every chalet additionally has a rooftop accessible by a helical staircase, providing a privileged view of the environment and highlighting the ocean view. The construction is totally in a raider slab, with a sophisticated end on its higher half, forming the inner flooring of the chalet. The masonry is stable ceramic brick, plastered and painted, with openings in muiracatiara wooden frames and glass.
Lastly, roofs and canopies are made from marmeleiro with a eucalyptus construction. This answer was meant to economize on the ultimate sq. meter of the development. It primarily aimed to guard the constructing from the solar, offering the ensemble with a wonderful interaction of sunshine and shadow. The one constructing deviating from this rule is the reception block, which contains a carnauba thatch roof, abundantly discovered within the area, standing out not just for its distinctive materials but in addition for its top and a 5-meter vast eave on the north facade, providing the best richness an architectural factor can present within the tropics: shade.