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SÃO PAULO

VICTOR CÍVITA PLAZA, SÃO PAULO, SP AREA 13.000 m²

AREA 62.000 m²

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D A V I S B R O D Y B O N D

Valeo Clutches & Valeo

Wipers / Electrical Systems

Campinas, Brazil

Size Clutch Building: 6,500 square meters Wipers/ Electrical Systems:

10,000 square meters Completion: 1999

These twin facilities for Valeo in Campinas, Brazil are devoted to the production of electrical motors and clutches. In addition to manufacturing areas, the facilities designed by Davis Brody Bond also include open administrative areas, a state-of-the-art clutch press, laboratories, a conference center, a cafeteria, and support buildings. The two main buildings are situated around an open courtyard which organizes the complex and forms the main pedestrian access route to the buildings from the visitor and the employee parking zones. It also allows for outdoor dining during temperate months. The main axis of the courtyard ends in a dramatic view of the surrounding countryside. While the one story buildings echo each other in the arrangement of their long-span structures, the internal organization of each building varies, based on specific functional requirements. The long span structures expand to a distance of 20 meters and are based on a triangulated chow system, allowing for the flexibility of a large, column-free manufacturing space. Hung from the roof structure is a flexible service grid for supplying utilities to the production floor below. The service grid

employs a design chosen specifically for its qualities of easy expansion and reconfiguration of production capabilities. To meet Valeo’s challenge of providing maximum communication between departments, the Campinas design, as in Davis Brody Bond’s other Valeo facilities, provides a transparent wall between the offices and production floor. Maximum exposure to the surrounding landscaped areas is provided for all areas of the facility. Publications:

• “O Lado Civilizado da Globalizacao,” Arquitetura & Urbanismo, Ano 15 No. 85, Ago/Set 99

• “Centro Industrial,” Finestra Brasil, Ano 5 No. 18 Jul/Set 99

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Valeo Clutches & Valeo

Wipers / Electrical Systems

Campinas, Brazil

Size Clutch Building: 6,500 square meters Wipers/ Electrical Systems:

10,000 square meters Completion: 1999

These twin facilities for Valeo in Campinas, Brazil are devoted to the production of electrical motors and clutches. In addition to manufacturing areas, the facilities designed by Davis Brody Bond also include open administrative areas, a state-of-the-art clutch press, laboratories, a conference center, a cafeteria, and support buildings. The two main buildings are situated around an open courtyard which organizes the complex and forms the main pedestrian access route to the buildings from the visitor and the employee parking zones. It also allows for outdoor dining during temperate months. The main axis of the courtyard ends in a dramatic view of the surrounding countryside. While the one story buildings echo each other in the arrangement of their long-span structures, the internal organization of each building varies, based on specific functional requirements. The long span structures expand to a distance of 20 meters and are based on a triangulated chow system, allowing for the flexibility of a large, column-free manufacturing space. Hung from the roof structure is a flexible service grid for supplying utilities to the production floor below. The service grid

employs a design chosen specifically for its qualities of easy expansion and reconfiguration of production capabilities. To meet Valeo’s challenge of providing maximum communication between departments, the Campinas design, as in Davis Brody Bond’s other Valeo facilities, provides a transparent wall between the offices and production floor. Maximum exposure to the surrounding landscaped areas is provided for all areas of the facility. Publications:

• “O Lado Civilizado da Globalizacao,” Arquitetura & Urbanismo, Ano 15 No. 85, Ago/Set 99

• “Centro Industrial,” Finestra Brasil, Ano 5 No. 18 Jul/Set 99

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D A V I S B R O D Y B O N D

Valeo Clutches & Valeo

Wipers / Electrical Systems

Campinas, Brazil

Size Clutch Building: 6,500 square meters Wipers/ Electrical Systems:

10,000 square meters Completion: 1999

These twin facilities for Valeo in Campinas, Brazil are devoted to the production of electrical motors and clutches. In addition to manufacturing areas, the facilities designed by Davis Brody Bond also include open administrative areas, a state-of-the-art clutch press, laboratories, a conference center, a cafeteria, and support buildings. The two main buildings are situated around an open courtyard which organizes the complex and forms the main pedestrian access route to the buildings from the visitor and the employee parking zones. It also allows for outdoor dining during temperate months. The main axis of the courtyard ends in a dramatic view of the surrounding countryside. While the one story buildings echo each other in the arrangement of their long-span structures, the internal organization of each building varies, based on specific functional requirements. The long span structures expand to a distance of 20 meters and are based on a triangulated chow system, allowing for the flexibility of a large, column-free manufacturing space. Hung from the roof structure is a flexible service grid for supplying utilities to the production floor below. The service grid

employs a design chosen specifically for its qualities of easy expansion and reconfiguration of production capabilities. To meet Valeo’s challenge of providing maximum communication between departments, the Campinas design, as in Davis Brody Bond’s other Valeo facilities, provides a transparent wall between the offices and production floor. Maximum exposure to the surrounding landscaped areas is provided for all areas of the facility. Publications:

• “O Lado Civilizado da Globalizacao,” Arquitetura & Urbanismo, Ano 15 No. 85, Ago/Set 99

• “Centro Industrial,” Finestra Brasil, Ano 5 No. 18 Jul/Set 99

w w w . d a v i s b r o d y . c o m D A V I S B R O D Y B O N D

Valeo Clutches & Valeo

Wipers / Electrical Systems

Campinas, Brazil

Size Clutch Building: 6,500 square meters Wipers/ Electrical Systems:

10,000 square meters Completion: 1999

These twin facilities for Valeo in Campinas, Brazil are devoted to the production of electrical motors and clutches. In addition to manufacturing areas, the facilities designed by Davis Brody Bond also include open administrative areas, a state-of-the-art clutch press, laboratories, a conference center, a cafeteria, and support buildings. The two main buildings are situated around an open courtyard which organizes the complex and forms the main pedestrian access route to the buildings from the visitor and the employee parking zones. It also allows for outdoor dining during temperate months. The main axis of the courtyard ends in a dramatic view of the surrounding countryside. While the one story buildings echo each other in the arrangement of their long-span structures, the internal organization of each building varies, based on specific functional requirements. The long span structures expand to a distance of 20 meters and are based on a triangulated chow system, allowing for the flexibility of a large, column-free manufacturing space. Hung from the roof structure is a flexible service grid for supplying utilities to the production floor below. The service grid

employs a design chosen specifically for its qualities of easy expansion and reconfiguration of production capabilities. To meet Valeo’s challenge of providing maximum communication between departments, the Campinas design, as in Davis Brody Bond’s other Valeo facilities, provides a transparent wall between the offices and production floor. Maximum exposure to the surrounding landscaped areas is provided for all areas of the facility. Publications:

• “O Lado Civilizado da Globalizacao,” Arquitetura & Urbanismo, Ano 15 No. 85, Ago/Set 99

• “Centro Industrial,” Finestra Brasil, Ano 5 No. 18 Jul/Set 99

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AREA 19.000 m²

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