Architects rejoice with Surfland Brazil drone clip

When architects design an office building they know that future occupants will view the space through the lens of a regular working day. Basically, the office just has one main use – putting in a workday. But how do you design a space that suits a wide spectrum of users: families on vacation; surf travelers; spa-goers and a business community out for a lunchtime session?

Wave pool architects have to incorporate dining, retail, lodging and many other amenities while keeping up guest-flow and minding the development’s income drivers – all while tying in surfing. Do it poorly and you have a mall court with a noisy splash zone. Do it well and you have an A-List surf park destination.

Wavegarden just launched a video that takes us inside the surf park design of Surfland Brasil in Garopaba. The video highlights the project’s smart use of space that caters to a wide-range of clientele.

The condominium complex is open to the public and features a 78-bed hotel, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy the waves for a session cost ranging from $80-$95US. Tickets can be purchased on the Surfland Brasil website.

“Surfland Brasil is more than a resort; it’s a condominium, a hotel, a surf park, and much more,” said Giesta, appointed as CEO of the complex. “We added a hotel to allow visitors to enjoy the waves and now this destination is a paradise for anyone who loves the outdoors and wants to pass their vacations in one of the most alluring surf spots in the world.”