A complete space for your wellbeing

Nothing was left to chance. In addition to the well-designed apartments, the interior and exterior common spaces of the Flower Tower Camellia offer a complete experience and the quality of life you seek. The building entrance features a modern lobby, with a double-height ceiling and ample windows that provide a sophisticated atmosphere bathed in natural light.

  • Common Spaces
  • Parking & Storage
  • Electric Vehicle Chargers
  • Fitness Space
  • Outdoor Spaces: Private and Common
A complete space for **your wellbeing**
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We visited the location and were very inspired by the repetition of the metric found in the Port of Leixões, very inspired by the granite cube that is on almost every street in the area, and we tried to reproduce that image to a certain extent.

Ooda, Arquitetura

Oporto Office for Design and Architecture (OODA) is an intuitive architecture firm based in Porto and led by Diogo Brito, Francisco Lencastre, Rodrigo Vilas-Boas, João Jesus and Julião Pinto Leite. Established in 2010, the firm operates all over the world, focusing on the production of relevant, meaningful and quality projects.

With sensitivity, optimism and years of experience, the firm handles a vast range of projects, from private residences to large-scale hotels, from institutional buildings to museums and religious spaces, and even small pieces of furniture. Behind each project, there are various references and inspirations, different narratives and perceptions that, altogether, aim to express an architectural process that is thoughtful and meaningful in every aspect.

For the Flower Towers design, the location itself served as inspiration. The repetition of the metric found in the Port of Leixões and its containers, as well as the granite cubes on almost every street in the area, resulted in a building that evokes the games of Tetris or Jenga towers.

Sustainable construction building

**Sustainable** construction building

Camellia building  has a sustainable construction, where the balance between economic and environmental efficiency and effectiveness prevails.

  • Three common terraces encourage community living for residents to meet and share
  • Landscaped terrace with trees in raised planters
  • Terrace equipped with structure prepared for residents to plant community vegetable gardens
  • Private verandas with planters (+ 50%)
  • Selection of native plant species
  • Installation of urban furniture to maximise the use and enjoyment of outdoor spaces
  • Guide to raise awareness among residents regarding ecological maintenance (without phytosanitary products) of the green spaces (provided by Nexity)
  • Nexity’s support in the maintenance of green spaces in the first two years

  • Prevalence of national brands and/or production materials, thereby reducing the carbon footprint of transport
  • Selection of superior quality and durable materials

  • Common areas with low consumption LED lighting, activated by motion detector, for greater energy savings
  • Apartments with low consumption LED lighting
  • Heat pumps to produce sanitary hot water (SHW)

  • Fire-resistant façade system with high thermal and acoustic efficiency
  • Highly durable and washable cladding
  • Daylight harnessing
  • Double-glazed, insulated windows with low thermal transmittance

  • Efficient faucets with flow control/reduction system and class A water efficiency rating
  • Efficient showers with flow control/reduction system and class A water efficiency rating 
  • Low consumption dual flush toilets

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