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ARQ EDUARDO FAUST | CAU A44041-8

Graduado pela Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina UFSC.
Pós-graduado em Espaço celebrativo-litúrgico e arte-sacra na Faculdade Jesuíta de Filosofia e Teologia de Minas Gerais FAJE.

Em 2005 fundou o escritório FAUST ARQUITETURA

Assina a autoria de mais de 200 construções ligadas a Igreja em mais de 90 cidades em 14 estados no Brasil e no México.

Ministra palestras e Cursos em Arquitetura Sacra.

quarta-feira, 4 de abril de 2012

■ PONTE MOISÉS | RO&AD Architecten


Projetado pelo escritório Holandês RO&AD Architecten o PONTE MOISÉS na cidade de Bergen op Zoom é um exemplo de conceito simples e harmônico sem necessidade de linhas expressivas.  
A matéria abaixo é do site ArchDaily e está em inglês.

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The West Brabant Water Line is a defense-line consisting of a series of fortresses and cities with inundation areas in the south-west of the Netherlands. It dates from the 17th century but fell into disrepair in the 19th century. When the water line was finally restored, an access bridge across the the moat of one of the fortresses, Fort de Roovere, was needed. This fort now has a new, recreational function and lies on several routes for cycling and hiking.
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 It is, of course, highly improper to build bridges across the moats of defense works, especially on the side of the fortress the enemy was expected to appear on. That’s why we designed an invisible bridge. Its construction is entirely made of wood, waterproofed with EPDM foil. The bridge lies like a trench in the fortress and the moat, shaped to blend in with the outlines of the landscape.
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The bridge can’t be seen from a distance because the ground and the water come all the way up to its edge. When you get closer, the fortress opens up to you through a narrow trench. You can then walk up to its gates like Moses on the water.
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