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Yacht Clubhouse / Estudio Ramos

  • 12:00 - 2 March, 2015
Yacht Clubhouse / Estudio Ramos
Yacht Clubhouse  / Estudio Ramos, © Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

© Daniela Mac Adden © Daniela Mac Adden © Daniela Mac Adden © Daniela Mac Adden + 25

© Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

Text description provided by the architects. On the outskirts of the city of Buenos Aires, we have developed the Club House for the nautical neighborhood community of Nordelta in Tigre.

© Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

It is situated on a Peninsula with excellent views to the Yacht Club’s water channel, which connects to the Parana River.

© Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

The building was designed on two levels; the Upper level , with the best views for the Social Rooms and Restaurant, while the secondary program such as storage, locker rooms and the gym are placed at the ground floor.

Ground Floor Plan
Ground Floor Plan
© Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

The ground floor access presents a double height ceiling that connects and visually integrates both levels. While the ground floor placement follows the silhouette of the site, the first floor is rotated to catch the best orientation. The roof plane opens to the views and the sun.

Section
Section
© Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

Our main inspiration for the building’s morphology came from the geometric sail shapes of the America’s Cup vintage ships such as the” Reliance “ designed by Nat Herreshoff in 1903.

Upper Floor Plan
Upper Floor Plan
© Daniela Mac Adden
© Daniela Mac Adden

The building’s structure is reinforced concrete, with exposed concrete facades, aluminum window frames and metallic solar shades. Low maintenance materials such as wood and concrete on floors and walls are also used in the interior of the building.

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Cite: "Yacht Clubhouse / Estudio Ramos" 02 Mar 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/602789/yacht-club-house-estudio-ramos/> ISSN 0719-8884
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