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PLANTAIR PROJECT

PLANTAIR PROJECT

Analysis area School
Chosen building site Commercial / Services
Contaminated area Evangelical Church
Square / Flowerbed Eletropaulo Substation
Residential horizontal medium / high standard Socorro CPTM Station
Residential / Commercial / Service Parking areas
Residential vertical medium / high standard

FIGURE: 22 Source: Authorial

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5.3. MAXIMUM HEIGHT

The existing maximum height map contains buildings that reach 81 m in height, but
the vast majority varies between 3 m and 9 m in height distributed between 1 and 2 story
residential houses and 3 story buildings for shops. The maximum height limit for the chosen
terrain is 25.77 m.

Analysis area 21 m height
Chosen building site - 25,77 m maximum height 42 m height
3 m height 48 m height
6m height 81 m height
9m height Unbuilding lots
12 m height Square / Flowerbed
15 m height

FIGURE: 23 Source: Authorial

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5.4. WAYS AND LOGISTICS

In this map, we can observe a weakness for the flow of production.

The production yields an average of 1,460 tons/year of vegetables, with 70% of this
production sold over the internet requiring delivery, the main routes used are Av. Da Nações
Unidas and Av. Vitor Manzini.

For the daily delivery of 4,000 kg of vegetables, will be used 30 refrigerated bigger
2-axle lorries powered by biodiesel.

Analysis area
Chosen building site
Structural tracks
Collecting ways
Local routes
Bike lanes
Socorro CPTM Station

FIGURE: 24 Source: Authorial

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5.5. HYPSOMETRY

The hypsometry map shows the slopes and reliefs of the lot and its surroundings.
Being a low slope lot, it tends to facilitate the execution of the entire infrastructure of the
building, and will also provide easy access to the main roads.

Analysis area Source: Authorial
Chosen building site
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FIGURE: 25



6. VERTICAL FARMS
structure and operation

FIGURE: 26 Source: https://www.businessinsider.com

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6.1. PRODUCTION SYSTEM AND
TECHNIQUE

The vertical farm got its name because its internal production structure is built on
overlapping shelves, forming several cultivation “shelves”. This innovative style arose from
studies carried out in the last century, which through a survey done on macrobiotic security,
alternative forms of food production began to be discussed, for the health of the food and to
optimize the space for cultivation. In the book “The Vertical Farm The 21st Century” written
by biologist and professor at the University of Columbia Dickson Despommier in 2010 the
author discusses the advantages of putting this type of cultivation into practice.

The system proposed at PlantAiR urban vertical farm uses the aeroponics system, where
vegetables are suspended on shelves keeping their roots free so they can receive nutrients
through nebulization, by sprinklers in an environment strictly controlled by automation and
checked at all times for that there is no contamination or weakening of the roots.

The automation system controls, temperature, humidity, mixture of nutrients released
by the sprinkler system and led lighting emitted through an appropriate system for each
type of vegetable. The figure (figure 27) below shows some indicated parameters of how the
cultivation environment should be maintained.

ROOT TEMPERATURE 24 ºC

AERIAL TEMPERATURE 24 - 31 ºC
500 μmol/m²s
PHOTOSYNTHETIC
ACTIVE RADIATION 50 - 95 %
1000 PPM
RELATIVE HUMIDITY
Source: Luuk Graamans_MSc Tesis, 2015
CARBON DIOXIDE
CONCENTRATION

FIGURE: 27

FIGURE: 28 Source: Aerofarm, (Nov. 2018).

The image above (image 28) shows how the shelves are assembled and how the
planting system works.

The led lamps emit the necessary light for each species that are minimally controlled
by the intensity and frequency providing the photosynthesis of the leaves.

Computerized lighting allows the control of nutrition, flavour and hue of vegetables.

The roots are suspended, receiving a mist of nutrients necessary for development,
which is also controlled by computers.

The cloth medium is where the seeds are germinated, with no need to use the land for
planting. After the leaf development cycle, the clothes are sanitized and reused in the next
cultivation trays, however, as there are nutrients attached to it, the liquid expelled from the
fabric enters the recycling process for the sprinkler system to nebulize again after controlling
the nutrients.

The solution chamber corresponds to the void between the medium cloth and the
bottom of the tray where the sprinklers are that nebulize the nutrients to the roots.

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6.2. SUSTAINABILITY AEROPONICS CLOSED
SYSTEM
WATER CONSUMPTION IN AGRICULTURE
Conventional agriculture

Hydroponics

Aeroponics

Water Nutrients

Mixing waste Recycling
Source: Authorial
FIGURE: 29

Aeroponics can be worked in a closed system, recovering and reusing the water that is
part of this renewable cycle, being one of the benefits raised in relation to other cultivation
systems.

Another factor that stands out in the vertical farm system adopted is the photovoltaic
plates, which, being supplied by solar radiation, do not depend on the emission of pollutants,

as in the use of generators or supply by
conventional systems.

FIGURE: 30 Automation is extremely important in
this system, as it is through it that supply
and nutrition controls are established, as
seen, including analyzing and detecting
any kind of pests and exterminating them,
without the need to use pesticides. With
this, we have food grown as safely as
possible and without impacting the soil,
water or the environment.

Source: Aerofarm, 2018.

According to Despommier (2010, p.114), it is possible to list several benefits that an
urban vertical farm provides cities.

Among these benefits, the
intermittent production of vegetables,
as seen, the cultivation on the
vertical farm does not depend on
the weather, you can produce any
species throughout the year, ending
the waste due to climatic factors that
destroy cultivation fields, as well as
the harvest term. decreased because
it does not depend on the soil or
natural irrigation, to happen, reducing
the use of water for this purpose by
up to 95%, it extinguishes the use of
pesticides, providing healthy and safe
food, without so many price ranges.

In addition to the benefits

generated directly in production,

FIGURE: 31 Source: Despommier, (2010, p.114). there are also indirect benefits, such
as reducing pollution from logistics

when transporting food from neighbouring cities to urban centres, decreasing conventional

agriculture, allowing the soil to heal.

“The Planet is not inanimate. It is a living organism. The earth, rocks, oceans, atmosphere and
all living things are one big organism. A holistic and coherent life system that regulates and modifies
itself. ”

James Lovelock- The principle of Gaia

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7. CASE STUDY
project samples

FIGURE: 32 Source: SOA
FIGURE: 33
FIGURE: 34 Source: OMA

Source: SPARK

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7.1. SOA - TOUR VIVANTE

FIGURE: 35 Source: SOA

Office: SOA Architectes
Location: Paris
Year: 2006
Architects: Pierre Sartoux, Augustin Rosenstiehl
Collaborators: Martin Frei, Carlos Alvarez (project managers), Elsa Junod (graphic designer),
Eng. Koudjo Aidam
Consultants: SETEC (Paris) and Dr. Dickson Despommier of Columbia University.
Floors: 30
Total area: 50,470 sq m.
Cost: € 98,100,000.00.
Height: 112 m plus vane 140m.
Energy supply through photovoltaic panels: 3,000 sq m.
Solar heating on the terrace: 900 sq m.
Mini wind turbines with 2 pinwheels.

About the project:

Multifunctional building of offices, apartments, shopping malls, and cultivation of
hydroponic vegetables. Surrounded by a cultivation system, it allows the user a cooler
environment on hot days, as well as the consumption of fresh vegetables and fruits
throughout the year. It receives energy from a mini wind power plant located at the top of the
tower, which receives strategic winds throughout the year, along with photovoltaic panels
that are supplied by solar radiation.

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7.1.1. FLOWCHART

WIND TURBINES

ROOF

OFFICES SHARED MEETING ROOM

AUTONOMOUS UNITS
/ TOILETS

APARTMENTS TYPE T4 APARTMENT ELEVATORS
/ TOILETS HYDROPONIC HORTICULTURE
TYPE T2 APARTMENT
/ TOILETS TYPE T5 APARTMENT
/ TOILETS
TYPE T3 APARTMENT
/ TOILETS

TERRACE

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS RETAIL CENTRE MEDIA LIBRARY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

MALL

SUPERMARKET NURSERY

PARKING

FIGURE: 36 Source: Authorial

7.1.2. PROGRAM

RESIDENTIAL 130 apartments on the first 15 floors (T2 x 30, T3 x 50, T4 x 35, T5 x 15) 11,045 sq m
OFFICES Offices on the top 15 floors 8,675 sq m
PLANTATION Horticulture from street level to the top of the building 7,000 sq m
MALL Shopping centre and Supermarket 6,750 sq m
AMENITIES Nursery and Media Library 650 sq m
PARKING 475 underground parking spaces
FIGURE: 37 12,400 sq m

Source: Authorial

FIGURE: 38 Source: SOA

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7.1.3. SITE PLAN

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

VEHICLE ACCESS

SITE PLAN

FIGURE: 39

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

VEHICLE ACCESS

Source: SOA (MODIFIED)

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7.1.4. SECTION

WIND TURBINES: OFFICES
ENERGY PRODUCTION
APARTMENTS
PANORAMIC VIEW RETAIL CENTRE
PARKING
LOADER ELEVATORS Source: SOA (MODIFIED)

ELEVATORS
HYDROPONIC
HORTICULTURE

TERRACE
RETAIL CENTRE

CROSS SECTION

FIGURE: 40

7.1.5. FLOOR PLANS

APT. T5 - 15 units APT. T2 - 30 units APT. T3 - 50 units APT. T4 - 35 units

LOADER HYDROPONIC PUBLIC STAIRS
ELEVATOR HORTICULTURE ELEVATOR

APARTMENT PLAN HORIZONTAL CIRCULATION
2nd to 5th floor

OFFICE PLAN
16th to 30th floor

LOADER ELEVATOR OFFICES PUBLIC STAIRS HYDROPONIC
ELEVATOR HORTICULTURE
FIGURE: 41
Source: SOA (MODIFIED)

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7.2. OMA - WEST LOUISVILLE FOOD PORT

FIGURE: 42 Source: OMA

Office: OMA Architectes
Location: West Louisville, USA
Year: 2015
Architects: Shohei Shigematsu
Team: Christy Cheng, Jackie Woon Bae, Carly Dean, Matthew Haseltine, Kostya
Miroshnychenko, Richard Nelson-Chow, Hanna Tulis and Andrea Zalewski
Collaborators: GBBN Architects (Executive Architecture), Senler, Campbell & associates
(Structural Engineering) and MEP, FP: CMTA Consulting
Civil Engineering: Sabak Wilson & Lingo
Topography: GEM Engineering
Services: 43,207 sq m
Industrial: 31,214 sq m
Infrastructure: 2,415 sq m
Offices: 1,207 sq m
Events Area: 929 sq m
Restaurant / Bar: 185 sq m
Total area: 95,625 sq m

About the project:

It is a point of supply, distribution, recreation, offices and commerce located in West
Louisville in the United States.

This location allows users to interact at event fairs, rent spaces for workshops and
sustainability practices and has a fixed structure that controls the cultivation and distribution
of vegetables and fruits carried out in the enterprise.

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7.2.1. FLOWCHART

VEHICLE ACCESS FREE
MARKET

EDIBLE FOOD TRUCK STORES VISITING
GARDEN SQUARE CENTRE

COFFEE MAIN
ROASTERY SQUARE

SPORTS WEEKLY
COURT JUICERY
INTERNAL ROUTE
DOCKS AND PARKINGPRODUCT
WASHING
PEDESTRIAN ACCESS
PRODUCT
PROCESSING

DEMONSTRATION PUBLIC
FARM KITCHEN

RECYCLING VERTICAL LIBRARY
CENTRE FARM

FACILITIES JEFFERSON COUNTY SEED
EXTERNAL OFFICE CAPITAL
FIGURE: 43
Source: Authorial

7.2.2. PROGRAM

OUTDOORS Main square / free market / edible garden 19,450 sq m
FOOD Food area with food trucks 7,000 sq m
SPORTS Sports court 2,100 sq m
STORES Retail centre - supermarket 2,050 sq m
VISITING CENTER Service area and access to the building 1,150 sq m
FOOD Coffe roastery 1,450 sq m
FOOD Weekly organic juicery 700 sq m
PROCESSING Product washing 2,000 sq m
PROCESSING Product processing 2,100 sq m
SERVICES Public kitchen 1,150 sq m
EDUCATION Library 350 sq m
OFFICE Seed Capital 500 sq m
OFFICE Jefferson County External Office 2,550 sq m
PLANTATION Farmed Here - Vertical Farm
PRODUCTION Demonstration Farm - Horizontal Farm 10,050 sq m
RECYCLING Recycling centre facilities 10,050 sq m
VEHICLES Docks and Parking
FIGURE: 44 2,900 sq m
5,200 sq m

Source: Authorial

FIGURE: 45 Source: OMA

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7.2.3. SITE PLAN

VEHICLE ACCESS

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

SITE PLAN

FIGURE: 46

VEHICLE ACCESS

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

Source: OMA (MODIFIED)

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7.2.4. FLOOR PLANS

FIGURE: 47 Source: ARCHDAILY
FIGURE: 48 Source: ARCHDAILY

FIGURE: 49 Source: DESIGNBOOM.COM

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7.3. SPARK - HOME FARM

FIGURE: 50 Source: SPARK

Office: SPARK
Location: Singapore
Year: 2014
Director: Stephen Pimbley
Team: Yun Wai Wing, Wenhui Lim, Chanachai Panichpattan, Ethan Hwang, Jan Panelo,
Narelle Yabuka
Mixed program: offices, housing, market, and hydroponic agricultural production.
Levels: 11
Total area: 51,790 sq m
Cost: N / A

About the project:

Homefarm is a multifunctional enterprise that adds housing for urban retirees, with
several other residential types.

It also includes residential and commercial agriculture for Singapore, which combines
apartments and central facilities facilitating their remodelling. Residents live in a high-
density garden environment with a vertical farm connected to the building, where they can
work and earn an income. The goal of SPARK is to generate discussion about the potential
that can emerge from the mixture of two typically separate realities. The research-based
project addresses two pressing challenges Singapore faces: how the city-state can support
a rapidly ageing society and how it can increase its food security, 90% of which is currently
imported.

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7.3.1. FLOWCHART PLANTATION
SOIL-BASED
RESIDENTIAL LINEAR FARM
STORAGE
FACADE LINEAR /
4 BEDROOMS VERTICAL FARM
APARTMENT
2 BEDROOMS AQUAPONIC
APARTMENT VERTICAL FARM

STUDIO TRADICIONAL
SOIL-BASED FARM

CONVIVIALITY PEDESTRIAN ACCESS PARK
LIBRARY PARKING
LOADING AND
FOOD COURT UNLOADING
WAREHOUSE
SOCIAL CONVENTION
CENTRE TECHNICAL SECTOR
PACKAGING

RETAIL CENTRE INSTITUTIONAL SEC.
MALL HEALTH CENTRE

MARKET NURSERY

FIGURE: 51 Source: Authorial

7.3.2. PROGRAM

RESIDENTIAL Apartments - Studio / 2 Bedrooms / 4 Bedrooms 20,810 sq m

PLANTATION Soil-based Linear Farm / Facade / Aquaponic Vertical Farm / Tradicional Farm 14,800 sq m

TECHNICAL SECTOR Product packaging industry 1,400 sq m

HEALTH CENTRE Medical Center for the Elderly 2,940 sq m

MARKET Market for residents 4,060 sq m

F.C./SOCIAL CENTRE Food Court / Social Convention Centre for residents and visitors 2,800 sq m

NURSERY / LIBRARY Educational centre for residents 2,230 sq m

RETAIL CENTRE Mall / Stores / Shops / Services 2,750 sq m

GARAGE Parking 37,000 sq m
FIGURE: 52
Source: Authorial

FIGURE: 53 Source: SPARK

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7.3.3. SITE PLAN

PEDESTRIA

VEHICLE ACCESS
PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

PEDESTRIA

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

SITE PLAN

FIGURE: 54

AN ACCESS

T +65 6396 0328 F +86 6396 0968
E [email protected]
A 110 LORONG 23 GEYLANG, VICTORY
CENTRE #03-09 SINGAPURE 388410

VEHICLE ACCESS

PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

AN ACCESS

Source: SPARK (MODIFIED)

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7.3.4. FLOOR PLANS

SITE PLAN Source: SPARK(MODIFIED)

FIGURE: 55

FIGURE: 56 Source: SPARK(MODIFIED)

7.3.5. SECTION AND PLANTATION

FIGURE: 57 Source: SPARK

FIGURE: 58 Source: SPARK

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7.4. STRUCTURAL REFERENCES

Architect: Santiago Calatrava Type: Bridge
BIM: Revit Autodesk Location: Calgary, Canada
Project: Peace Bridge Measures: 126 m long / 8 m wide /
Year: 2008-2012
5.85 m high

About:

The bridge is defined by a helical structure developed over an oval cross-section with two
clearly defined tangential rays, creating an internal architectural space. The upper openings
are filled with glazed sheets folded in the same shape as the outside of the helical shape,
offering protection to users against the rain and winter weather conditions. (CALATRAVA,
2008)

PRE MANUFACTURED SECTIONS PRE MANUFACTURED SECTION CONSTRUCTION

AUXILIARY CONSTRUCTION BRIDGE PEACE BRIDGE IN FINAL STAGE OF CONSTRUCTION

FIGURE: 59 Source: wikipedia.org

Office: MAD Architects Type: Theater / Cultural Center
BIM: Gehry Technologies Co. Ltd. Location: Harbin, China
Project: Harbin Opera House Footage: 1,800,000 sq m
Year: 2010-2015

About:

Committed to developing futuristic, organic and technologically advanced projects, the
Harbin Opera House was structured by a steel mesh calculated by high-precision software,
designed with a series of steel plate walls, faceted glass and skylights. The glass made by
Shenyang Yuanda, are embedded in the steel structure, with a customized system capable
of melting snow and directing it to integrated drains.

STRUCTURE IN CONSTRUCTION PHASE

FINISHED STRUCTURE AERIAL VIEW OF HARBIN OPERA HOUSE
FIGURE: 60
Source: wikipedia.org

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8. THE PROJECT
PlantAiR Urban Vertical Farm

FIGURE: 61 Source: Authorial

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8.1. ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT

“The intention of the project design arose in creating an organic form that referred to
sustainability and nature using biomimicry, not only in its functioning through the Closed
System¹ but also in its form.”

Nuan Garcia

Designed in response to the agricultural history of the Santo Amaro neighbourhood,
appearing in curves as if it were a mountain in the landscape, emerging in the urban context
in an integrative process Core and Shell². The project proposal addresses the concept of an
inviting and permeable environment.

The curved facade made of steel panels treated in white thermo-acoustic paint
transmits smoothness and sharpness. The ogival architectural mass involves a large area
of v​​ egetable cultivation, processing and storage.

Upon entering the lobby of the administrative building that is part of this architectural
complex, visitors can observe through the transparent glass of the geodesic structure,
bringing the feeling of connection with the outside square where they are invited to
experience the concept of sustainability. Walking through the bridge which was designed of
a crystalline glass curtain wall in a helical structure who was attached to the main building,
allows the interior visualization of the vertical farm where the whole process takes place.
Finally, the visitors can try the vegetables in a snack bar that is part of this complex, as well
as a vegan market that allows the user new experiences and shows them the benefits of
preserving the environment.

Overcoming the complex typology of the vertical farm, PlantAiR articulates an
architecture inspired by nature through Biomimicry³. It is not limited to the project as
aesthetics and functionality, the life cycle of the project happens through the conscious
use of materials with a high level of recycling. As PlantAiR integrates the user with the
environment, architecture consequently becomes part of the performance of the interior
spaces as well as their context within the landscape.

¹ Closed System; where several technologies are used that complement each other forming a synergistic
process, acquiring better results than in isolated processes.
² Core and Shell; internally functional and externally beautiful structure.
³ Biomimicry; imitation of the environmental renewal cycle, in aesthetic and functional form.

8.2. DESIGN PARAMETERS

Urban parameters:
Zoning: Centralized zone and urban restructuring.
• Total land area: ...................................................................................... 30,784.89 sq m
• CO (COEFFICIENT OF OPERATION) basic: 1 ........................................ 30,784.89 sq m
• OR (OCCUPANCY RATE) for lots larger than 500 sq m: 0.7 ................ 21,549.42 sq m
• Permeability Rate: 0.25 ........................................................................... 7,696.22 sq m
• Maximum height gauge: ........................................................................................ 48 m
• Front section: ............................................................................................................ 5 m
• Lateral and deep sections: ...................................................................................... N/A
• Environmental qualification: ................................................................................... PA 4
• Minimum QA score: ................................................................................................. 0.78
• Vegetation cover: ...................................................................................................... 0.5
• Drainage: ................................................................................................................... 0.5

Used:
• CO: 0.56 ................................................................................................. 17,302.80 sq m
• TO: .......................................................................................................... 19,431.25 sq m
• Permeability Rate: .......................................................... 7,010 sq m (vegetated areas)
• Permeability rate with draining floor: ...................................... 3,713.64 sq m (paving)
• Permeability rate with 50% drainage floor: ............................. 1,856.82 sq m (paving)
• Sidewalk: ......................................................................................................... 630 sq m
• Total Permeability Rate: ......................................................................... 8,866.82 sq m
• Percentage of permeability rate: ....................................................................... 28.80%

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2.50 m 12º panel
1.10 m 11º panel
10º panel
FIGURE: 62 9º panel
8º panel
7º panel
6º panel
5º panel
4º panel
3º panel
2º panel
1º panel

Source: Authorial

8.3. PRODUCTION CALCULATION

• Cultivation panel measures: ......................... 1.10 m x 2.50 m = 2.75 sq m per panel
• Cultivation towers: ......................................................................................... 632 units
• Panel measures x cultivation tower: ......................................................... 1,738 sq m
• Cultivation shelves: ......................................................................................... 12 units
• Cultivation panels: ...................................................................................... 7,584 units
• Production area: ....................................................................................... 20,856 sq m
• Production per panel per day: ............................................................................ 7.4 kg
• Daily mature panels: ...................................................................................... 540 units

According to surveys carried out based on information from the Ministry of Health,
the ideal daily consumption of vegetables per person is 200 grams.

At PlantAiR, daily production reaches 4,000 kg in 24 hours, 7 days a week.
The growth cycle of vegetables revolves in 14 days and is commercialized in the
types baby cabbage, watercress, arugula and mixes, combining the types in a single 200
g package.
According to the calculation above, it is concluded that PlantAiR produces enough
vegetables to meet the consumption of 20 thousand people daily.
Thus, the reach of service can serve the population of São Paulo, not being limited
to the Santo Amaro neighbourhood.

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8.4. SECTORS AND DEPARTMENTS

SECTOIORNSS DEPARTMENTS QTY. UNIT. AREA. TOTAL AREA.
Docks
Loading and unloading area (sq m) (sq m)
Loading and unloading vehicle parking
1 120.00 120.00

1 140.00 140.00

Germination and Sowing Inspection laboratory and seed storage area Total sector area 260.00
Seed preparation, washing, sterilization and drying room 1 185.00 185.00
Germination panel preparation room 1 170.00 170.00
Germination sector 1 50.00
Seedling analysis laboratory 1 325.00 50.00
Toilets 1 120.00 325.00
Internal circulation 1 30.00 120.00
1 120.00
30.00
120.00

Production and Cultivation Growing area Total sector area 1,000.00
Control center, lighting automation and seedling monitoring 1 6,600.00 6,600.00
Laboratory of analysis of adult plants 1 40.00
Temperature control room 1 40.00 40.00
Air relative humidity and carbon dioxide control room 1 40.00 40.00
Toilets 1 40.00 40.00
1 25.00 40.00
25.00

Food Processing Stock area for preparing panels with adult plants Total sector area 6,785.00
Green leaves preparation and packaging room 1 540.00 540.00
Shipping and logistics control room 1 170.00 170.00
Stock area of ​green leaves ready for sale 1 10.00 10.00
Toilets 1 125.00 125.00
1 25.00 25.00

Nutrient Storage and Water storage tanks Total sector area 870.00
Distribution Acid storage tank 1 200.00 200.00
Nutrient solution storage tank 1 55.00
1 105.00 55.00
105.00

Non-absorbed solution Non-absorbed solution accumulation tank Total sector area 360.00
recycling centre Filter station and solution treatment 1 200.00 200.00
Recycled solution pasteurization station 1 55.00
1 105.00 55.00
105.00

Waste Management and Carbon Dioxide storage tank Total sector area 360.00
Methane gas storage tank 1 55.00 55.00
Carbon Dioxide production Biomass storage tank 1 55.00 55.00
1 80.00 80.00

Reception Total sector area 190.00
1 40.00 40.00
DC - DATA CENTER 1 10.00 10.00
1 10.00 10.00
IT Room - Information technology room 1 10.00 10.00
1 45.00 45.00
Cleaning material storage 1 20.00 20.00
1 490.00
Staff locker room 1 205.00 490.00
VRF air conditioning room 1 95.00 205.00
Administrative and Cafeteria Water mirror and internal landscaping 1 180.00
Sector Administration, financial and marketing room 1 7.00 95.00
1 10.00 180.00
FIGURE: 63 Boardroom 1 10.00
Refectory 7.00
10.00
Ground floor toilets 10.00

1º Level toilets

Boardroom toilets

Shop for selling green leaves Total sector area 1,132.00
Cashier 1 145.00 145.00
1 58.00 58.00

Toilets 1 25.00 25.00

Food Processing Stock area for preparing panels with adult plants Total sector area 6,785.00
Green leaves preparation and packaging room 1 540.00 540.00
Shipping and logistics control room 1 170.00 170.00
Stock area of ​green leaves ready for sale 1 10.00 10.00
Toilets 1 125.00 125.00
1 25.00 25.00
Nutrient Storage and Water storage tanks
Distribution Acid storage tank Total sector area 870.00
Nutrient solution storage tank 1 200.00 200.00
1 55.00
Non-absorbed solution Non-absorbed solution accumulation tank 1 105.00 55.00
recycling centre Filter station and solution treatment 105.00
Recycled solution pasteurization station Total sector area
1 200.00 360.00
Waste Management and Carbon Dioxide storage tank 1 55.00 200.00
Carbon Dioxide production Methane gas storage tank 1 105.00
Biomass storage tank 55.00
Total sector area 105.00
Reception 1 55.00
1 55.00 360.00
DC - DATA CENTER 1 80.00 55.00
55.00
IT Room - Information technology room Total sector area 80.00
1 40.00
Cleaning material storage 1 10.00 190.00
1 10.00 40.00
Staff locker room 1 10.00 10.00
VRF air conditioning room 1 45.00 10.00
Administrative and Cafeteria Water mirror and internal landscaping 1 20.00 10.00
Sector Administration, financial and marketing room 1 490.00 45.00
1 205.00 20.00
Boardroom 1 95.00 490.00
1 180.00 205.00
Refectory 1 7.00 95.00
1 10.00 180.00
Ground floor toilets 1 10.00 7.00
10.00
1º Level toilets Total sector area 10.00
1 145.00
Boardroom toilets 1 58.00 1,132.00
1 20.00 145.00
Commercial Sector Shop for selling green leaves 1 10.00 58.00
Cashier 1 20.00 20.00
Kitchen 1 15.00 10.00
Storage 1 220.00 20.00
Internal circulation 1 80.00 15.00
Rubbish room 1 25.00 220.00
Vegan Cafeteria and Restaurant 80.00
Loading and unloading area Total sector area 25.00
Toilets 1 12,224.64
1 7,010.00 593.00
Parking and Circulations Parking and circulation of vehicles, lifting platforms and pedestrians areas 12,224.64
Permeable vegetated area Total sector area
7,010.00

19,234.64

Total Final Area 30,784.64

Technical Areas Area for Air Conditioning machines 1 75.00 75.00
Area for Photovoltaic Panels 1 6,830.00 6,830.00

Total sector area 6,905.00

Source: Authorial

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8.5. FLOWCHART GERMINATION SECTOR GERMINATION PANE
PREPARATION ROOM
TOILETS SEEDLING ANALYSIS
GERMITATION LABORATORY SEED PREPARATION
AND SOWING WASHING, STERILIZATI
INSPECTION
LABORATORY AND AND DRYING ROOM
SEED STORAGE AREA

FOOTBRIDGE LOADING AND UNLOADING LOADING AND NUTRIENT STORAGE AND
VEHICLE PARKING UNLOADING AREA DISTRIBUTION

DOCKS WATER STORAGE TANKS

REFECTORY

NON-ABSORBED SOLUTION
RECYCLING CENTRE

DOCKS, EMPLOYEES AND VISITORS ACCESS STAFF AREA ADMINISTRATIVE
PARKING OF EMPLOYEES AND VISITORS
STAFF LOCKER FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT RECYCLED SOLUTION
ROOM PASTEURIZATION STATION

MARKETING TOILETS FOOD
PROCESSING
STOCK AREA
READY

BOARDROOM TOILETS TOILETS S
BOARDROOM

RECEPTION

TOILETS CLEANING COMMERCIAL SECTOR SNA
MATERIAL TOILETS
IT STORAGE
SHOP FOR SELLING
DC - DATA VRF AIR GREEN LEAVES
CENTER CONDITIONIN

FOOTBRIDGE FOR VISITORS

FIGURE: 64


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