Villa Ecotiva

Villa Ecotiva

Architecte
RP Architects Pondicherry
Lieu
Pondicherry, India | View Map
Année du projet
2019
Catégorie
Maisons privées
Vishal Guptha C M
Fiche technique du produit

ÉlémentMarqueProduct Name
BathtubOyster Bath Concepts Pvt. Ltd.
Fathom
Allegra
SanitarywareJaquar - Sanitaryware
Jaquar White Gwp-wht-b9000viflx Eden
SteelJSW
Fe-500
CementPriya Cement
PPC 53 grade
Air Conditioning unitsMitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US
Ceiling fansCrompton

Fiche technique du produit
Bathtub
Allegra, Fathom by Oyster Bath Concepts Pvt. Ltd.
Sanitaryware
Jaquar White Gwp-wht-b9000viflx Eden by Jaquar - Sanitaryware
Steel
Fe-500 by JSW
Cement
PPC 53 grade by Priya Cement
Air Conditioning units
Ceiling fans

Villa Ecotiva

RP Architects Pondicherry en tant que Architectes.

Villa Ecotiva, a building built with natural,wasteand recyclable materials

Villa Ecotiva, a hotel building in the tourist city of Pondicherry, built with the aim to give the users, a sustainable natural environment - the place gives an environmentto escape from the regular urban busy concretized building environment.

The design focuses on passive natural ventilation systems and natural lighting. The building is shaded in a way that the central courtyard cum entrance with a water body helps to cool the outdoor air entering the building and circulating it into the rooms of the hotel. The central courtyard also acts as a wind chimney letting the hot air escape from the top.

Use of natural materials: Besides adopting a minimalistic approach to the design of the building, cautious decision were made in the use of materials. The walls are made out ofCompressed Stabilized Earth Blocks (CSEB), energy efficient material with very less embodied energy and carbon emissions.

The flooring is done with natural stones non-industrial polished stone of Thandur and Cuddapah stone flooring. Oxide flooring or IPS (Indian Patent Stone) with skilled local labourers is used in all the rooms, giving the traditional look and feel to the place.

Use of waste materials: The waste stone edges from the stone flooring slab factories of cuddapah, which goes as waste into the landfills have been procured and used as stone walls giving a stone cladded ambience with the chance to recycle the waste stone pieces.

Demolished building material wastes have been crushed into smaller pieces and used in the building of compound walls mixed with red soil as poured earth concrete (PEC walls)

Use of recyclable materials: All the wood works in the building - doors, windows and furniture are made upcycling the reclaimed wood from old demolished buildings.

 

Material Used :
1. Priya Cement - PPC 53 grade
2. JSW Steel - Fe-500
3. Jaquar - Jaquar White Gwp-wht-b9000viflx Eden 
4. Oysterbath - Allegra, fathom, 
5. Hindware - Taps & plumbing fixtures 
6. Mitsubishi - Air Conditioning units
7. Crompton - Ceiling fans

 

Software Used :
1. Autocad  
2. SketchUP  
3. Photoshop 

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