3D Architecture: Artificial Clouds for 2014 Winter Olympics by Asadov Architecure Studio

3D Architecture: Artificial Clouds for 2014 Winter Olympics by Asadov Architecure Studio

Artificial Clouds – A marvel for the Winter Olympics 2014 by Asadov Architecure Studio. Two years from now and Sochi in Russia will host the Winter Olympics 2014. If he could witness the wonder of artificial clouds, designed by Architecture Studio Asadov. It originally conceptualized aero static architectural competition in 2010 and now can see the light as the clouds that float through the modular Olympic city.

 

Artificial Clouds - A marvel for the Winter Olympics 2014

 

The technology behind the project is based on a universal system of modules that can be grouped and separated at high altitudes. The basic structure of the cloud is supported by an aluminum frame is equipped with a fabric membrane. Stable during the vertical movement, clouds are rigidly connected together.

The bottoms of the modules are defined funnels rain, moisture builds up and can be made to pay as rain. The top layer is integrated with solar elements, which collect solar energy which can be used for lighting and life support.

Enthusiasm for the different scenarios that will put the clouds for different uses is very important. They can be used to cover park resources or welcome personalities in the fields of ski mountaineering, etc. Once the Olympics are done with the “cloud” can be used on the streets covered in several festivals,entertainment remainder in the city of Sochi.

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3D Architecture: Zero-Net Energy Training Center

3D Architecture: Zero-Net Energy Training Center

Learning at the ‘Zero Net Energy Training Center’. Today’s workers must be trained to a greener future, and why, Beth Percy, atrainee architect, conceptualized the “zero net energy training center.” It is free togrow as a learning center that will teach the labor force in the maintenance and repair of green technologies.

Zero-Net Energy Training Center

Zero-Net Energy Training Center

Intended for Long Beach, California, training center incorporates a design that will consume zero net energy. This means that the building energy collection siteusing a combination of energy production techniques that are sustainable. Zeronet energy building connotes that the structure generates energy, which equals one or exceeds their energy needs.

Gallery of 3D Architecture: Zero-Net Energy Training Center

Learning can be quickly ease of observation and workers are sure to collect clueswhile walking around campus. The orientation of the building and consolidation of the material used for construction, all contribute to making energy efficient.Construction technique it plays an important role in determining how the structureis bound to be sustained.

While most fans are looking forward to the echo a paradigm shift that will change the current construction stage, we have a long way to go. Zero energy designs are able to save us from the heavy fuel costs and at the same time, can save the planet from the negative effects of ecological imbalance.

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The Magical Island: Floating Architectural Concepts in China

The Magical Island: Floating Architectural Concepts in China

The Magical Island: Floating Architectural Concepts in China. So far, we have witnessed a wave of floating architectural concepts considered for Revelation apocalyptic effects of global warming. But beyond the scope of the instigation of natural resources, there may be some innovative designs for the good of the unique architecture. And that is exactly what is demonstrated by the magical island called. Conceptualized as a Comic and Animation Museum and the Plaza “, this magnificent facility was designed to float on the lake White Horse, in the city of Hangzhou in China.

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

Posing as a global benchmark, the intrinsic appeal of the company is in a rich user experience. Structurally, the magnification of the museum consists of components with a fragmented non-linear behavior. Although, from a user perspective, all these areas are defined spatially connected by hiking trails.

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

MAGICAL ISLAND - 3D Architecture

The magical island will be a complete experience with natural and artificial elements.

But the main attraction of the whole project is obviously their perception “floating” nature. Seen as a magnificent structure on the top surface of the lake, referred to these fantastic range perennial theme parks like Disney World. Moreover, in this case, the developers decided to up the ante by incorporating some features that really defends the composition of water as an architectural element. For example, it would be special ramp that leads visitors into a compartment completely under water. This vast area consists of two giant screens plants, overlooking the lake. In fact, the screens will be used for various activities and exhibitions of comics from around the world.
The fascinating play of light, water and landscaping will be maintained on the upper floors. And finally on the roof, the architects thought a lawn, with green trees and sidewalks. Therefore, as a whole, the magical island architecture suggests anethereal experience where imagination clashes healthy innovation.

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3D Architecture: Marine Biology Field Station by Bukowska Arkitekter from Stockholm

3D Architecture: Marine Biology Field Station by Bukowska Arkitekter from Stockholm

3D Architecture: Marine Biology Field Station by Designer Bukowska Arkitekter Stockholm, Sweden had the idea of ​​the proposed field of Marine Biological Station. The main objective of the project was to build a power plant that would be self-sufficient. As a designer intends to use for two purposes at the same time say, as a field station to generate power and, secondly, he wants to be an information and learning for future use.

Marine Biology Field Station

Marine Biology Field Station

Research on the needs of algae and how it can influence the spatial organization of the structure to determine the value of the whole process. Algae requires a lot of water, carbon dioxide, minerals and light for growth. Sunlight should be neither too strong or weak. Algae have a tendency to grow and become dense and when this happens, sunlight does not penetrate beyond 8 cm. Circulating algae avoid staying on the surface.

There are two methods for growing algae, open one and a closed system. When the algae are grown in bioreactors Photo translucent, with a certain type of source of rays, is called closed system. The designer explains that this is a controlled and all visitors will be excluded. In the case open system can grow algae in open ponds, which are exposed to the elements. The process is relatively cheap, but you can not rely on their vulnerability.

In conclusion, the designer decided to use a variant of the open systems as a solution to this problem. Direct sunlight is not as good for the algae, then joins the open ponds in the underground barriers, pumping the algae in the building’s skin, to manage exposure to the sun. This process also curious to try to learn from this project because they can see through the transparent fence will also learn to see the columns of the algae when it will change the appearance of being transparent to a deep green mass. And finally the whole process works in cycles, excessive extraction of algae and turn it into biofuel, which would support the construction of energy.

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Porsanger Blossom in Finnmark

Porsanger Blossom in Finnmark

Porsanger Blossom in Finnmark. Porsanger Blossom can be loaded as a strategy for Norway to prepare for future climate change. These are basically green houses that help people to survive in Norway, the region is expected to witness the migration of large scale flooding due to tropical islands in the neighborhood.

Porsanger Blossom Tropical green house

Porsanger Blossom Tropical green house

Sunlight in summer and wave power in gross is used to power the greenhouse effect, making them self-sustaining units in the true sense. The objective and challenge is immense, and it is expected that these units and self-sustainable greenhouse will be able to serve ten million people in difficult times, when the region witnesses large scale migration, due to abrupt climate change.

Porsanger Blossom

Porsanger Blossom

The use of local knowledge and expertise will maximize the benefits derived from Porsanger flower. Located in Finnmark, the region is exposed to strong waves and, therefore, the greenhouses were given a modular design that will maximize the kinetic energy captured by the energy loops. Porsanger Blossom is a true innovation that has been designed with the needs of future generations in mind.

Porsanger Blossom green house

Porsanger Blossom green house

In addition, Norway has been a center for marine research and technology is considered conservative Porsanger flower frozen samples of cultures. With time and concerted effort by the scientific community, Porsanger flower can develop as a world central bank, with frozen samples of plant species native to the tropical region.

Porsanger Blossom Tropical greenhouse for the Barents Sea

Porsanger Blossom Tropical greenhouse for the Barents Sea

The Norwegian government has been working on a prototype of the central bank, which can serve as a gene bank for the flora of the neighboring islands such as Tuvalu, Maldives, Tonga and the Marshall ISLAND.THE adaptation process was initiated and flora prototype is being developed to make available seed crops.The maintenance of a specific region culinary identity be possible with the implementation and application of concept Porsanger Flower, that people in neighboring tropical islands have access to their local food.

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3D Architecture: Submergence by Paul Typa

3D Architecture: Submergence by Paul Typa

3D Architecture: Submergence by Paul Typa. Our dependence on automobiles has led to high levels of pollution. Cities today are so full of noxious fumes that citizens witnessed some areas to walk around with their faces covered by masks. As it seems possible to walk long distances, there is an urgent need to find alternative ways to reduce carbon emissions. This led the designers to get to the concepts of ecological cities, in which carbon emissions are kept at zero or near zero levels by using green energy.

Submergence by Paul Typa Architecs-3D Architecture

Submergence by Paul Typa Architecs-3D Architecture

A city full of people and vehicles, Hong Kong is an ideal candidate for such visions. . With tourism to see a steady stream of visitors from outside, there is a need to develop ideas that try to change the city in a subtle way, without affecting tourist footfalls and the lives of its citizens.

Paul Tse Ting and Evelyn are two designers who have come together to present their concept called “flood” design ideas competition worldwide. Hong Kong is a vibrant city, you see many cars on the road. Using this as inspiration, the duo plans to create bubbles around vehicles that reduce emissions.

Proposal introduces the concept of the protective bubble.

The project requires that vehicles at the border of the island of Hong Kong has a sort of transformation. In this case, each vehicle is equipped with a lid, as it will go through a transition kiosk. The capsule has a double skin layer which acts as a barrier against noise and carbon emissions of individual career.

The two architects expect to see these protective bubbles to transform the landscape. When traffic volume is low, the bubbles are like drops of water. When traffic is at its peak, the island seems to be submerged in water. Readers may wonder about the purpose of changing landscapes, but according to the rules of competition, designers are obliged to bring their concepts to the environment, taking into account aesthetics play an important role.

Cities like Hong Kong, which have achieved iconic status can not afford to radically change their attributes. As such, the proposal Tse Ting and aims to avoid this problem by changing things like the landscape subtly, without limiting the number of cars on the road or limitation of other citizens.

Tse are very artistic ideas. A look at his work will give the impression that he is working with and not against the surroundings. This gives his work a unique, winning the coveted title of their conceptual design competitions.

Images Credit: Paul Typa Architecture