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Clube Serra Dourada

The intervention proposals in the Alphaville Fazenda Campestre Condominium establish a respectful relationship with the various original elements of the farm and which gave a unique character to the place. Thus, when inserting the new buildings, we sought to minimize interventions in the topography and preserve the existing vegetation as much as possible.


The Club's pavilion lands on the existing plateau on the land, where the stable was previously located. By maintaining the existing tree lines, this landscaping creates a natural barrier to sunlight from the east and west. The sports courts and soccer field are located above the location of the club's pavilion and are inserted into the topography through gentle slopes and small embankments.

The functional organization of the pavilion is done in line, with pedestrian and vehicle accesses, parking and support and service areas at one end, which are connected to the rest of the Club through living and circulation balconies. Generous ceiling heights and large spans define the character of some living spaces such as the Ballroom, Games Room, Spa, Fitness. In some sections, such as the changing rooms and the sauna, this high ceiling allows the creation of technical floors for the water reservoirs and equipment.

These spaces are connected to the pool terrace through a balcony, creating an open space that allows, from different points of the club, a view of the forest and areas of permanent preservation of the condominium. A wooden deck, connected to the balcony and the terrace of the pools, conforms to the topography at different levels, embracing several jabuticabeiras existing on the site. This creates an open shaded area, ideal for parents to relax while their children play in the adjacent playground. 

An open wooded patio creates a pleasant ambience for the Fitness and transitions to the more secluded Gourmet area, which extends through a wooden deck towards the lake.

Metallic structure was the choice for the club's pavilion, as it overcomes large spans with small structural pieces, which allows, without major interference, the use of large glass panels in the closing of spaces. The roof slat is made of thermo-acoustic metallic tile, with a wooden plank lining on the underside and a top covering also with wooden planks, but spaced apart. This covering extends on the side gables of the spaces with higher ceilings, now with an internal glass closure, allowing transparency and formal unity between the different elements.


Gustavo Penna, Laura Penna, Norberto Bambozzi, Alice Leite Flores, Alyne Ferreira, Ana Isabel de Sá, Carolina Castro, Catarina Hermanny, Eduardo Magalhães, Fernanda Tolentino, Gabriel de Souza, Henrique Neves, Isadora Dawson, Ivam Rimsa, Marco Vilela, Marcus Flávio Martins, Michelle Moura, Miriam Hiromi Sassaki, Naiara Costa, Natália Ponciano, Oded Stahl, Patrícia Gonçalves, Paula Bruzzi, Paula Salum, Priscila Dias de Araújo, Raquel de Resende, Ricardo Gomes Lopes, Gabriel Moura, Hugo Leite, Júlia Salgado, Letícia Lanza, Raquel Moura.

Management and Planning

Rísia Botrel, Isabela Tolentino, Taimara Araújo


Vespasiano – Minas Gerais – Brazil


Technical Data
Year of the project: 2011

Year of completion of the work: 2015
Built area: 1,077.35m²

Jomar Bragança


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