Projeto Casa Colmeia
Projeto Casa Colmeia
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Commenced:
01/02/2009
Submitted:
28/11/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
www.casacolmeia.wordpress.com, Jaguaruna, Santa Catarina, BR
Phone:
4891239686
Website:
www.casacolmeia.wordpress.com
Climate zone:
Sub-tropical





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Andriê Marchese Lorenzo Di Sandro Márcio Soares Santos Victor Farjalla
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Projeto Casa Colmeia

Project Type

Urban, Rural, Residential, Intentional Communities, Community, School Projects, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz

Project Summary

Espaço Educativo Bio-Construído Coletivamente para o Desenvolvimento da Permacultura Litorânea na Praia da Garopaba do Sul, Município de Jaguaruna, Santa Catarina – Brasil.

Project Description

Em fevereiro de 2009 começamos a bioconstruir uma morada ecológica para nossa familia (Ju, Tete e Tiê).

A idéia do Projeto é como um modelo de casa -arte-escola e foi proposta por mim (Juliano Riciardi) e minha esposa (Tete Dominot), sem deixar de fora claro as idéias dos amigos e voluntários que estiveram juntos conosco este tempo todo.

Com o passar do tempo, a obra de arte foi tomando forma. Nosso propósito maior é construir uma morada simples para nossa familia de forma mais ecológica e econômica possível.

Para isso tivemos que pensar uma casa barata e com conforto. Para economizar o máximo de energia, utilizamos materiais reciclados, como pneus, vidros, madeiras, plásticos. Toda a fundação foi feita de pneus (62 pneus) socados com areia, visto que estamos numa região litorânea.

Uma sorte que tivemos foi achar uma casa demolida barata que compramos para utilizar toda a madeira, canela e peroba. Com ela fizemos a parte de cima, e a de baixo utilizamos um mix de técnicas de bioconstrução como o COB, Adobe, Super Adobe de Pneus, Cord Wood, Pau a Pique, PET a Pique, Pneus Armados, Taipa de Pilão e Taipa Leve, Teto Verde.

O projeto inicial da casa é uma unidade familiar pequena, com 43 metros quadrados, sendo a parte inferior de barro e a superior (mesanino) de madeira e o teto vivo. Com Isso tudo fez o formato da casa variar com o decorrer da construção. Intuitivamente seu planejamento tomou o formato hexagonal, parecida com uma casa de abelha.

Só depois de algum tempo nossa amiga Ioruá que está viajando de bike pela Europa e permaculturando por lá, viu a foto da casa e disse: que linda a casa colméia !.

Foi assim que nasceu a Casa Colméia um espaço de moradia e aprendizagem ecológica.

A Casa-Colméia está hoje como um novo conceito de Casa-Escola. Uma unidade doméstica modelo de arte, arquitetura, bioconstrução, ecologia e permacultura familiar.

 

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