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  7. São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium / Urdi Arquitetura

São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium / Urdi Arquitetura

  • 09:00 - 3 April, 2016
São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium / Urdi Arquitetura
São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium  / Urdi Arquitetura, ©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

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  • Architects

  • Location

    São Paulo, São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil
  • Architect in Charge

    Alberto Barbour, Alexandre Cavalheiro Liba
  • Design Team

    Larissa Castellani Selingardi, Flávia Neves Saccardi, Fernando Martins, Karen Miyabe Ueda; Thiago Kubo, César Rodrigues dos Santos; Marilia Toledo, Marina Simões Frade
  • Area

    9062.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

  • Interns

    Elizabeth Eira Hwang, Daiane Hea Mi Lee, Letícia Lombard-Platet, Carolina Miranda Andrade
  • Acoustics

    Sresnewsky - Acústica e Tecnologia
  • Foundations

    MGA
  • Metal Structure

    Companhia de Projetos
  • Lighting

    Franco Associados
  • Waterproofing

    PROASSP
  • Instalations

    Ramoska & Castellani
  • Frames

    Paulo Duarte Consultores
  • Air Conditioning

    LS Sistemas
  • Firefighters Approval

    Rocca Forte
  • Set Design

    URDI Arquitetura
  • Constructor

    Zaori Engenharia e Construções
  • Client

    Colégio São Luís
  • Management IPE

    Implantação Planejamento e Engenharia Ltda
  • Audio/ Video

    Loudness
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©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

Text description provided by the architects. The São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium is part of an architectural planning carried out and implemented over 12 years in various school sectors, in order to better adapt it to their educational principles.

©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

The reorganization of the sports sector objectively demanded the increase in the supply of sports facilities and activities - in a project briefing that included adding no areas to the existing complex and without interrupting the daily activities of the school.

©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

Occupying the same area of the previous building, completely demolished for this project, the gym has expanded from one to four its sports courts - two as grass soccer fields in the top slab and two others revealed when retractable bleachers slides into a stack.

©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

The option of retractable bleachers on one side only allows direct visual exchange with the city through the facades – specially with the huge trees that surround the corner where the new Gymnasium is built.

©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon
1st Floor Plan
1st Floor Plan
©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

Climate control is one of the main features of the new building. The comfortable temperature and air exchange are accomplished by the design features of the facades. Strategically positioned permanent openings brings fresh air to the courts, while special glass panels control the incoming solar radiation.

©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

The possibility of opening all the sliding doors towards the north facade of the building manage to control the intensity of the winds over the seasons. The angled design of the brise-soleil enhance the constant ventilation without exposing the students on rainy days, besides reducing the incidence of solar radiation inside the building.

©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

Natural sun light is abundant into the gymnasium, always filtered by different treatments of the glass panels in each facade; all the rain water is collected in a reservoir of 60,000 liters and reused in the building maintenance. 

Section B
Section B

The whole building received acoustic treatment to accommodate not only sporting events, but also institutional and cultural events regularly programmed in the school. Backed by a complete theater infrastructure, the space has its sound reverberation and acoustic insulation precisely set for any intended use; the building presents high standards of comfort and excellence, without disturbing the neighborhood.

©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

The entire environment is designed to encourage social interaction – turning courts, bleachers and all the connection spaces into living rooms, constantly integrated to the visual presence of city.

São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium  / Urdi Arquitetura, ©  Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

Crowning a decade of architectural renovation, the São Luís Gymnasium represents a new phase in the long history of the institution. A school traditionally connected with the community around it, now offers a welcoming shelter to sports and cultural events not only his students but also the entire city.

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Cite: "São Luís Sports & Arts Gymnasium / Urdi Arquitetura" 03 Apr 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/784715/sao-luis-sports-and-arts-gymnasium-urdi-arquitetura/> ISSN 0719-8884
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