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Green Wave Rehabilitation Swimming Pool in Royat, France by Vincent Callebaut

Geschreven op 31-10-2010 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Bouwen-Klussen, Design, Duurzaam Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

Green Wave

Vincent Callebaut Architectures in association with Frederic Magnien Architect unveiled their project for a mobilization swimming pool in Royat, France.

Architects’ statement: In the heart of the water city of Royat and its green mall in the confluence of the Tiretaine and Liaboux rivers, our extension project is a dynamic response to the ambition of Royat city to build a mobilization swimming pool represented by a very attractive and contemporary architecture researched by the patients of spas.

By increasing also the choice of cardio-arterial and rheumatologic cares, our architecture proposes the construction of a “planted wave” that covers the pool hall under its curve. The ecological wave projects thus its curve towards the avenue de Royat such as a new green setting, true urban signal dedicated to the welfare and laid out in the urban Northern façade of the spa site. By meeting the needs of the programme as precisely as possible, our project emphasizes three major themes as detailed below: the urban signal, the welfare of the patients and the high environment quality.

Green Wave2From the avenue de Royat our project expresses thus itself clearly as a strong architectural signal leading the slightly austere line of the mineral façade laid out in bar codes of extensions dating of the sixties to the eighties. Our “green wave” takes into account all the constraints of the site and presents a compact made-to-measure volumetric on stilts of the scratched surrounding frame. Actually, the arched architecture of the pool hall sets up against the bank of the main building, lining up along the firemen lane to the laundry and the workshops located below.

The urban integration of this extension welcoming the mobilization swimming pool is made with simplicity and lightness. Under this green wave, the fountain pool and the mobilization pool have both a circular shape for pools in this cramped setting-up context and on the other hand this shape enables the patients to take advantage of their cares with visibility equivalent for everybody towards the physiotherapists places at equidistance from everyone in the centre of the pools.

GreenWave 3At the East of the parcel near the source, the volume of the hall stops at the implantation limit. But, in order to unify the architectures of the site together, the roof stretches itself and becomes convertible creating thus a whole height space and therefore easily reachable from the water source “AURALINE” drilling head.

The existing façade becomes an interior wooden wall pierced with portholes and horizontal bays behind which the incoming and outgoing changing rooms are laid out. The access to these changing rooms is made by two footbridges whereas a free space is laid out between the technical floor of the extension and the building to let the natural light penetrate on the 0-level of the current building by a glazed floor. Source: eVolo

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