Neya Porto Hotel by PK Arquitetos + Colectivo ODD

Innovation linked to sustainability

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酒店分为两部分,分别位于蒙希克的Madre Deus修道院和十六世纪的旧工业仓库中,所在建筑群距离Alfandega区域仅有几步之遥。Alfandega区域是波尔图的历史中心,自1996年被联合国教科文组织列为世界遗产。该项目的主要特点是可持续性与创新性,它们推动酒店朝着始终注重可持续建筑原则的方向发展。

The building is located partly at the old Convent of Madre Deus of Monchique, and the old industrial warehouses that have their first reference of settlement since the XVI century. The whole building is a couple steps away from Alfandega, in Oporto historic centre, classified as UNESCO World Heritage since 1996. Sustainability and innovation were some of the main features of this project, pushing this project’s development to always take into account the principles of a sustainable architecture.

▼项目区位,project location © PK Arquitetos + Colectivo ODD

▼教堂外观,external view of church © FG+SG

▼仓库外观,external view of warehouse © FG+SG

▼庭院,garden © FG+SG

▼从教堂拱廊望向仓库,view from arcade to warehouse © FG+SG

 

教堂改造
Church Renovation

设计团队采用可持续的创新理念,设计并建造了可以进行光伏发电的玻璃屋顶,覆盖了修道院的旧教堂空间。一方面,玻璃保持轻微的透明度,过滤部分阳光,并以清洁无污染的形式为酒店提供能源。另一方面,持续的光照赋予这里与场地废墟相符的庄严感与神秘感。

When considering innovation linked to sustainability, a glass roof with photovoltaic capacity was projected and built, that  covers the space occupied by the convent’s old church. The glass maintains a slight transparency, thereby partly filtering sunlight while producing energy for the hotel in a clean and non-polluting fashion. On the other hand, the permanence of natural light delivers to the space its dignity and the mysticism associated to a romantic ruin.

▼光伏发电玻璃屋顶,glass roof with photovoltaic capacity © FG+SG

▼光照带来庄严感与神秘感,light bringing dignity and the mysticism © FG+SG

 

仓库改造
Warehouse Renovation

整个项目重新利用场地原有的木材、石材和金属等材料,并且使它们融入新功能的空间当中。设计团队回收了旧屋顶的屋面瓦、旧仓库的木地板、旧工厂的柱子和金属梁,并对损毁墙体上的花岗岩加以利用。

Therefore, a reutilization of existing materials such as wood, stone and metal and their re-adaptation to a new purpose, was a constant feature throughout the whole process. We recovered roof tiles from the old roofs, wooden flooring from the old warehouse, some pillars and metal beams of the old factory “Fabrica de Massarelos” and we reutilized the granit  stone from walls which were demolished.

▼接待大厅,reception lobby © FG+SG

▼等候区,lounge area © FG+SG

▼客房区交通空间,circulation of hotel room area © FG+SG

▼木地板、金属梁、花岗岩组合,combination of wooden flooring, metal beams and granite © FG+SG

▼连廊连接不同区域的房间,新旧共存 © FG+SG
skybridge connecting rooms in different areas, coexistence of old and new

▼三角形中庭与天窗,triangle patio and skylight © FG+SG

该项目的创新性和可持续性也体现在其他部分。最突出的是再利用生活废水灌溉花园和利用泉水为酒店空调系统制冷。

The innovation and sustainability were also found in other parts of this project, most prominently in the reusage of sanitary waters to water the gardens, as well as in using the water of the existing springs for the refrigeration of the hotel AC system.

▼一层平面图,ground floor plan © PK Arquitetos + Colectivo ODD

▼五层平面图,forth floor plan © PK Arquitetos + Colectivo ODD

▼立面图,elevation © PK Arquitetos + Colectivo ODD

▼剖面图,section © PK Arquitetos + Colectivo ODD

Design company: PK Arquitetos + Colectivo ODD
Websites: www.pkarquitetos.com + www.odd.pt
Contact: fmr@pkarquitetos.com + info@odd.pt
Project name: Neya Porto Hotel
Lead Architect: Francisca Magalhães Ramalho -PK Arquitetos
Architecture Team: Francisca Magalhães Ramalho, Sérgio Bernardo, André Almeida, Gonçalo Moreira
Interior Design Team: Francisca Magalhães Ramalho, Inês Albuquerque Lima
Landscaping Project: F/C Arquitetura Paisagista
Engineering: ATPI Engenharia e Consultadoria
Promoter: Neya Empreendimentos Turisticos
Completion time: 2020
Location: city of Porto in Portugal Europe
Total Area: 11 000 m2
Photographer: Fernando Guerra / FG+SG

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