Bioclimatic Indoor Swimming Pool & Tropical Garden
BioClimate indoor swimming pool takes inspiration from natural forms. This pioneering project was conceptualized and ecological Eduardo Fernandez of Spain. The basic plan includes a public recreation center, which features an indoor pool and a lush tropical garden.
Aware of contemplation and careful planning went into the project design. After much deliberation, decided that a peanut-shaped structure that best fits the garden and pool. A world of peanuts contains ovulate the garden and the other will have the pool, while the space between the two will serve as swap space. Many mathematical models have been applied before arriving at the best possible guidance to the public space.
The entire structure will be opulent and futuristic as it is made of steel and glass.Will have a glass envelope just above. As the summit is not left open, relaxed atmosphere and micro can be created within the structure. The translucent top layer is a great idea, as it will allow sunlight to pass through. The structure also includes a nature school erected in the center of the open garden area, a conference room and an exhibition center.
This project proposes the construction of a public leisure centre.
Essentially, a plan of bioclimatic architecture, the project will use clean energy and green as far as possible, thus reducing dependence on conventional energy sources. However, green energy sources are applied are not compromised in human comfort. The pool will be heated by solar panels and the absence of chemical water treatment used here. The garden is irrigated with water used and the structure also cross ventilation. The expanding business park will be open to the public, aims to promote recreational open space with a natural landscape.
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