The Vertical Field is a New Formulation of Urban Living

The Vertical Field is a New Formulation of Urban Living

VERTICAL FIELDS - RHWL Architects

VERTICAL FIELDS - RHWL Architects

The Vertical Field features apartments, acting as laboratories for aeroponic food production. The food supply has been tested using various scientific methods. This Vertical Field concept works for the production of good sand of course for the sale of surplus in the market. The market is wide and high, providing enough space to display the product. There are five high-rise building total and are connected by bridges from the sky, providing sufficient common space for residents.

VERTICAL FIELDS - RHWL Architects, England

VERTICAL FIELDS - RHWL Architects, England

Aeroponic food production methods have become increasingly popular thesedays and vertical field is a new formulation, which is home to individuals and families and also acts as a space to carry out agricultural activities aeroponics. The Vertical Field concept is designed for urban living and makes sure that people are nestledamidst a healthy and sustainable environment.

VERTICAL FIELDS

VERTICAL FIELDS

In total, the Vertical Field project is very different from those of other contemporaries, related tovertical farming. Vertical Tower Land is not only compatible with a process for the production of organic food, but also offers an innovative space for residents tolive.

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4.S.U.M.: Sustainable Urban Modules: Multi Residential Concept by Global Objective

4.S.U.M.: Sustainable Urban Modules: Multi Residential Concept by Global Objective

The 4.S.U.M. (Sustainable Urban Modules) indicates a new stage in the concept of multi residential architecture. The Paris on the idea that sustainabilityis presented not only in the classic lines of energy, matter and water, but the debate on the future development faces the challenge of enhancing socialcohesion harmonious and appropriate use of land and mobility in this regard.

4.S.U.M. - Sustainable Urban Modules

Demographic trajectories predict a future in which the role of eco-cities will be the only stable means of sustainable development. GO_to paper analyzes a new concept of urban development directly related to the multi-density morphologiesnew energy systems and building assets that have less impact on emissions of greenhouse gases.

The combination of prefabricated modules based on the idea of self-liability leads to the house of some rich interstitial spaces, which promote the concept of serendipity by Francesc Muñoz, who appears as a priority for social cohesion and a better quality of life in cities of the future.

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It states a new step in the concept of multi-residential architecture.

The project follows a reference path, as Moshe Safdie on Habitat 67 in Montreal,Walden 7 housing project by Ricardo Bofill and the experimental, the most recenthousing LIMA (Low Impact Mediterranean architecture), promoted by the architectJoan Sabaté.

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Maysan Towers in Reem Island, Abu Dhabi

Maysan Towers in Reem Island, Abu Dhabi

Maysan Towers two new high-rise buildings in the district of sustainable development of Maysan, Reem Island in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Structures of combining sophisticated strategies with sustainable approaches sanctified greenand support the cultural specificity of Abu Dhabi. The world-renownedarchitectural firm and interior design of the structures of two green DWP.

Maysan Towers Architecture in Reem Island dhabi

Maysan Towers are planned to give a touch of green for the growing city of AbuDhabi. In fact, buildings are supposed to give a deep green agenda morecoveted in the country. The buildings will be carried out with 38 and 36 stories withthe state of the art residential facilities, living spaces, conference rooms, hallways, swimming pools and others.

The design is actually inspired by the natural landscape of Al Ain, the Garden Cityof the Gulf. The spectacular highlight architectural wonder rock shelters, green oases and flat high mountains. Well, everything will have a light green button, say the designers of large-scale project.

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Maysan Towers Architecture in Reem Island
Maysan Towers Architecture in Reem Island_abu_dhabi

Maysan Towers Architecture in Reem Island_abu_dhabi

The architectural design theme draws influence from the unique natural topography of Al Ain.

Maysan Towers will cover a total area of 64,500 square meters. The design of theproject so far has been with the best price Cityscape future residential development, last year.

Project construction began in lush green last summer. Once ordered, will definitely be one of the largest and holistic green residential complex in the world. The UAE government can show Maysan Towers as part of its effort to reduce carbon footprint.

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Eco Tea Houses

Eco Tea Houses

The tea house has love, or rather thoughtful been designated as the PosbankPavilion. He promises a better idea of ​​being closer to the touch of Mother Nature,because everything that went into his decision and almost anything else that the host itself is natural, and most importantly, environmentally friendly.

Tea Houses

The best part is that the whole building does not use even a grain of wood in its construction, so there is literally no damage to nature. Instead, it uses a cast concrete which originated from granules of rock wool and sheep to isolation.Second, have a sturdy roof, which can support the growth of vegetation andensure proper use of sunlight to generate solar energy. Apart from these featuresECOTIC regular, the house also displays simple ventilation systems, but impressive to maintain adequate circulation of air throughout the structure.

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It will transform the way you enjoy your daily cup of tea.

What else needs to feel closer to Mother Nature? A cup of hot tea, a well-maintained seating and an eyeful of the green majesty to heal all the nerves tiredof making your vision.

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REHABILITATION OF IGH – Floor water + by Muoto Architects

REHABILITATION OF IGH – Floor water + by Muoto Architects

REHABILITATION OF IGH – Floor water + by Muoto Architects. Floor positive energy. Research project, contests REHA / PUCA. Floor Water+ sustainable building will explore energy potential of wastewater. About 90 percent of the wastewater produced in the world is not causingwidespread water pollution. An estimated 30 bombs on the ground in the local housing about 120,000 gallons of wastewater per day. According to research, this wastewater is an important source of potential energy. Recently, the architectural firm Muoto has developed a practical solution for the treatment of wastewaterpumped into the residential buildings of every day. His plan for wastewater management, it is proposed to be set for the experiment at the residence of Rimini, the tower, located on Boulevard de Choisy, Paris.

Floor water + REHABILITATION OF IGH_a970ll_Architecture

Floor water + REHABILITATION OF IGH_a970ll_Architecture

A floor space of the whole tower is dedicated to the treatment, recovery and operation of energy to be used for community activities that take place in the tower. The apartment has been renovated so residents can share facilities like aspa, gym, laundry, garden and meeting rooms available, nursery, etc. The main objective of the United Arab Emirates + phase is to share the available energy of the tower, comprising the energy of the system water.

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The project uses the technical aspects of sustainable development that meet all the natural desires of residents improving their way of life. Not only that, they will enjoy all the facilities that are not commonly supported by today’s housing.

REHABILITATION OF IGH Owner: PUCA, Department of Ecology
REHABILITATION OF IGH Program: Development of a full floor with sports and social activities: spa, sauna, fitness room, equipment rooms, a multipurpose space
REHABILITATION OF IGH Surface: 800 sqm Budget / € 1,200,000 HT
REHABILITATION OF IGH Mission: Competitions REHA-PUCA
REHABILITATION OF IGH Architects: Muoto
REHABILITATION OF IGH Joint contractors: GMGB
REHABILITATION OF IGH Year: 2009

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Sustainable Public Space: Turning a Ditch by Can Vu Bui

Sustainable Public Space: Turning a Ditch by Can Vu Bui

A trench, which extends from 80 meters deep, was built in the city. The water flowing from the city up there. The accumulated water is treated and then went to the river through a profile of the brand new canyon floor to be built in the city.

Into the Trenches by Can Vu Bui

Into the Trenches by Can Vu Bui

The space will also be a waste management center. Today most of Rhode Islandwaste is dumped in landfills and will be saturated in the next decades. Therefore,installation of waste management is really needed now thinking about the future.Furthermore, the slopes of the structure limits can be used as a public playground.Anaerobic digesters, integrated into the structure, will be the conversion of solid waste into energy. This energy is used to power the facility and public space. Itprovides all the beautiful, which looks nothing like a recycling plant. The property features a modern context and refreshing.

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