Landscape Designer Restaurant Origine 75 / Alexandre Furcolin Paisagismo


Landscape Designer Restaurant Origine 75 / Alexandre Furcolin Paisagismo

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  • Zoned Area of ​​this architectural project Zoned:
    1750 m²

  • Year Year of completion of this architecture project

    Year:


    2020


  • Photographs Photographs: Evelyne Muller

  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Alloy, Braston, Tight

  • Principal architects:

    Marina Gwyther, Paula Pereira

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Text description provided by the architects. The Restaurant Origem 75 project presented itself as a challenge that merges with the office premises. The belief that designing productive and natural gardens is part of the dream of reconnecting with nature, took the client to the office and defined the project. The search for new perspectives that renew the gaze, through welcoming details, awakening senses and the experience of a conscious connection, guides the new gastronomic enterprise. Several perspectives have shaped the project, combining the sciences between architecture, sustainability, botany and agronomy. In this way, it was possible to create multiple environments within a controlled mesh. Spaces that occur, both in the formality of the proposed furniture set and in the nuances that the proposal creates between form and function, between open and closed, between expansion and control.

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Axonometry
Axonometry
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The metal mesh is deconstructed, but it is the hallmark of the construction in space, which forms a roof that announces the restaurant to the user. There is a great variability of sensations when walking, provided, among other things, by the movement created between the covered and hollow modules. In addition, the central access axis is marked by a natural fiber coating, which guides the user through the direct path to the heart of the restaurant. The floors have been deconstructed in a different logic, increasing the dynamics of the space, they are a composition of wooden terraces, stone floors and gardens that embrace each micro-space created. The restaurant produces plants, food and good gastronomy in a representative space, where staff and users experience the growth and seasonal mutations of species, where different life cycles are present. Which encourages people to understand and feel nature, in their own way. Although all of the exterior architecture and landscaping was designed on the drawing board of Alexander Furcolin, technology accompanies the project. Developed in BIM, with the support of drones and virtual reality, this project is part of a vast pioneering research in the development of BIM for landscaping in Brazil. Its development, execution and result have shown that innovation, associated with the search for origins, presents itself as a great potential for conscious connection, offered by the restaurant.

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Plan
Plan
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Extrapolating the limits of different disciplines to find the best solutions is part of the routine. Thus, several design and botanical perspectives were brought together to reinforce the ideas and results in this project, an approach that gave birth to a new ecosystem for the restaurant, which follows the process of planting and harvesting the spices. , goes through the heads and reaches the user as a complete experience. It is clear that landscape architecture is a response to the human need to reconnect and the project respects the place, its history, its culture and its ecology. Seek to reconcile the human use of spaces with the natural qualities offered by the territory. This process establishes a powerful vision for creating unique places that make us live, understand and feel. The Origin 75 project is a synthesis of the search for respect, awareness, quality, warmth and flavor.

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