Brazilian press: Brazil Beach will feature 20 thousand square meters of crystal clear lagoon with Crystal Lagoons’ technology9 July, 2015 / News
The prestigious Brazilian online publication Olhar Direto highlighted Crystal Lagoons’ first crystal clear navigable lagoon project in Brazil, which has an extension of 2,1 hectares and it is surrounded by four wide breaches. Placed at Cuiabá city, “Brazil Beach Cuiabá Home & Resort” considers 1.308 homes, among houses and apartment units with a total investment of US$350 million.
Crystal Lagoons’ technology uses disinfection pulses that allow using up to 100 times less chemicals than swimming pools and also uses an ultrasonic filtration system that allows using up to 50 times less energy than for conventional filtration systems.
The complex is part of the development plan of first and second home projects that Crystal Lagoons is carrying on in Brazil, Latin-America’s biggest economy and 7th worldwide,
“Our crystal clear lagoons will be, without any doubt, a total success in Brazil. Since this is a very innovative concept and it represents a powerful advantage we are completely sure that it will provoke a revolution in the real estate market of that country, as it has already happen in all the countries where we have introduced this technology and concept. To provide the idyllic beach lifestyle to the people at their doorsteps in places far away from the coast is a so powerful experience that it just chance the people’s lifestyles”, states Francisco Matte, Crystal Lagoons’ commercial manager.
Cuiabá is the first of three projects that the innovation multinational is planning to carry out in that country in partnership with BC Genera. A second housing project will be located in Estado Mato Grosso do Sul and it will have 7.000 homes, while a third one will be located in Brasilia and considers 1.350 residential units and a navigable crystal clear lagoon where people will be able to practice water sports such as kayaking.
Crystal Lagoons Corp. is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.