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Old November 9th, 2015, 06:27 PM   #1
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RIO DE JANEIRO | Pátio Marítima | 90m | 23fl | U/C

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Old November 9th, 2015, 06:29 PM   #2
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Two years ago, the CDA officially launched on the market its own line of unitised facades. Since then, the solution, which was named Da Vinci System has been incorporated into important buildings, and, next year, will also be on Maritime Patio - one of the largest and most challenging work of metal structure to be built in Brazil. This is the most important project ever won by CDA.

Designed by award-winning English architect Norman Foster, recognized worldwide for developing futuristic constructions (such as Hearst Tower in New York, and the skyscraper 30 St Mary Axe in London), the project of the Maritime Patio is aligned with the goal of revitalizing Rio's port area. Expected to be built precisely in Porto Maravilha (RJ), the building will megacolunas as one of its great architectural advantages.

At the invitation of Itefal, responsible for executing the facade, the CDA has developed and introduced a custom design to entrepreneurs responsible for the project in a very short time. "As the design was complex, quite studied the work until we could propose an efficient solution. For this, we adapt the Da Vinci so that the system would meet the customer's needs. In a few days, we present a way out that competitors in a year, failed to create, "says Luiz Carlos Santos, Technical Director of CDA.
http://cdametais.com.br/novidades/acontece/1010
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Impressive...the connections are the architectural impressive part of these buildings, if they didn't lean into each other they would look very standard "hotel" like, there still...is something missing. Idk what it is...
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