Arca3 proposal for the Votu Hotel Brazil

Bathed in the tropical sun lights and mostly built out of bamboo. The artist impression of the proposed Voto Hotel in bahia, Brazil stands alone in the less densely forested parts of the amazonian jungle. Arca3d a design outfit based in São Paulo, – in collaborating with several architecture studios in the 3D visualization- is  responsible for this 3d rendering of the proposed hotel.  Abd would be built by  the gcp arquitetos.

Featuring linear bamboos arranged in spaced fashion , wide enough to allow natural lighting and aeration. ” This rendition feature a frontal, side and internal view of the property. The impression feature a module structure with an open back verandah and lots of space, incorporating the natural element of the plants and the wind into the general structure.

 The main atrium is flagged by several smaller building for recreation  with large glass doors to allow a complete view of the surrounding jungle. 

 

Overview of the design with vegetation:

votu hotel | bahia  brazil

 

The rooms allow for 180 view of things
Founded by Ricardo Canton, Arca3d specializes in creating images of buildings and architectural spaces through a minimalist view. His images seek to represent the essence of each project through inspiring visuals.

His works have been awarded in prestigious computer graphics galleries, highlighting the Nomination for CG Architect Awards 2013 – Commissioned category; CGSociety Choice Award, 3D Total Excellence Award and Dope Award. Have also included in books and magazines: Exposé 11 (Ballistic Publishing – Australia), AV Monographs (Spain); L’arca (Italy); GA Document (Japan) and Monolito (Brazil).

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