Beautiful Design outside inside futuristic yacht architecture

Beautiful Design outside inside futuristic yacht architecture

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Yacht as a pleasure boat upscale boat defines a set means two entirely different classes of watercraft, sailboats and power. Yacht architecture Design Plan, which is essentially the excitement of entertainment, for this purpose in the cabin yacht usually with luxury features and high-tech devices. In this article we will try to architectural design interior exterior futuristic yacht E. Kevin Schopfer present Sparkman Stevens, naval architects. From the outer side of the yacht, yacht design yacht futuristic strong underlying architecture. 91.5 m yacht design inspired by a futuristic, especially marine fish where the fish of the sea as a symbol of infinite representation. This futuristic yacht architecture ordered Infintas closed-loop symbol of infinity enables two key features of the design of yachts that are implemented differently from the back and the whole center of the elliptical constructions.

Room within 12 futuristic luxury yacht architecture designed for the comfort of the guests while the dining and living outside of the yacht specifically to the huge pool deck. Besides futuristic yacht, there was the pool deck offers direct access to the dining room and kitchen. This futuristic luxury yacht offers three ways to cross the bridge pool. Lower level room with portals yacht glass in the pool can open or close the gates operate to increase the space yacht architecture space. While yacht main level has two terraces, living room, dining room, kitchen, terrace and a bow with a helicopter landing pad.

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Solar City Tower by RAFAA Architecture Designs

Solar City Tower by RAFAA Architecture Designs

Here is a Solar City Tower by RAFAA Architecture Designs. Hoping to be completed in time for the Olympic Games Rio 2016, the Solar City Tour – If successfully built – will be an amazing piece of architecture. The tower will have a production capacity of energy throughout the day using solar energy and make use of pumped storage of water to produce electricity at night. The structure will provide power to the city of Rio and the Olympic Village. Rafaa said the water is pumped into special occasions to create a cascade of reminding people of the forces of nature.

Solar City Tower

Solar City Tower

This production of renewable energy tower on the coast of Rio de Janeiro is one of the first things we saw designed for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and a boy, is that crazy! (If you have not noticed, is also a waterfall.) The Solar City Tour has been designed by the architecture Rafaa based in Zurich and Design and has a great solar energy system to produce energy during the day and a Storage system pumped water supply for generating at night. Rafaa goal is a symbol of a tower of this type can serve as a starting point of a global green movement and help make the 2016 Olympic Games more sustainable.

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The self-supporting tower for the 2016 Olympic Games is designed to create renewable energy for use in the Olympic Village and the city of Rio de Janeiro. A large solar power plant generates power during the day. Any excess power not used during the day is used to pump seawater into a storage tank in the tower. At night the water is released to power turbines that supply electricity to the city at night. On special occasions the water is pumped to create a waterfall on the banks of the building, which Rafaa said, “a symbol of the forces of nature.” About the size of the storage system and solar water pump is not yet available.

Access to the ecological tower is provided by an urban plaza and amphitheater of 60 meters above sea level, which can be used for social gatherings. On the ocean side of the tower of 105 meters (behind the waterfall) is a café and a shop.An elevator takes visitors up, where an observation deck offers a 360 from the ocean and the city. In 90.5, a bungee platform is available for adventurous visitors.

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Biooctanic for Croatia by UPI2M Architects

Biooctanic for Croatia by UPI2M Architects

Biooctanic for Croatia by UPI2M

Here is a Biooctanic for Croatia by UPI2M Architects. UPI 2M launched a project involving biofuels leads to new heights in Zagreb, Croatia. Using algae and bamboo, the project called Biooctanic see towers conversion of these raw materials into biofuels. The structures were erected near the station and hopefully help filter the air. Like vertical farms, towers are much less arable land used for construction.

Biooctanic Architects

Biooctanic Architects

Biooctanic by UPI2M Architects

Biooctanic by UPI2M Architects

Biooctanic for Croatia

Biooctanic for Croatia

The designer: UPI 2M

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Seven Most Expensive Mobile Houses

Seven Most Expensive Mobile Houses

This is a Seven Most Expensive Mobile Houses. The concept of mobile homes is not new in the U.S., but mobile homes are now gaining popularity with many people willing to delve into their pockets to own the mobile home. These manufactured homes are built in factories and then placed on the site. These houses are built on a chassis that is permanently attached. Tits, sturdy wheels are attached to these houses for mobility.

Mobile houses expensive

Mobile houses expensive

Here are the seven most expensive mobile homes

1. Ashton Kutcher

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Ashton Kutcher_a223Mobile homes most expensive

Property of the Hollywood star Ashton Kutcher, heat is an expensive house designed by Anderson Real mobile phone. Priced at a whopping $ 2 million, this house has two floors, which is an automatic mechanism. The total length of the mobile home is 53 meters and is 13 feet 6 inches. This mobile home has a total area of ​​603 square meters the house is equipped with all modern conveniences including two bathrooms, bedrooms, conference rooms and lounge.

2. San Clemente

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San Clemente_a227Mobile homes most expensive

Located in San Clemente, California, this beach is quite expensive at $ 2.2 million. This house was built in 2005. Expensive mobile home has two large bedrooms and two bathrooms well equipped. 1450 square foot house by the sea is in the community of Capistrano California coast. This house has various facilities like surfing, dolphin watching and swimming. This house is built on land owned. The land was purchased by the homeowners association of Capistrano Shores. The house is well furnished with impressive interiors. This house is equipped with modern facilities including TV, fridge, telephone, etc. It is one of the most expensive mobile homes in the United States.

3. Malibu

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Malibu_a225Mobile homes most expensive

Built in 1973, this mobile home in Malibu, California, is one of the most expensive mobile homes in the United States to 1.69 million. This luxury home features 3 spacious bedrooms that are well decorated and equipped with modern facilities.This house has 3 bathrooms and modern. The total area of ​​the mobile home is 1695 meters square and is located in the upscale community of Paradise Cove.With a custom interior, this home is amazing inside. Home features include heating floors and surround sound. Viking and Miele appliances are also present in this house. All rooms in the mobile home offers stunning views of the sea The house has several facilities such as surfing, fishing, swimming, etc.

4. Sausalito

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Sausalito_a228Mobile homes most expensive

Located in Sausalito, California, this mobile home with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms is worth $ 1.2 million. The rooms and bathrooms in this house of luxury and expensive mobile phones are spacious and equipped with modern facilities.This 3380 square foot mobile home was built in 2008. This house is floating in the dock. It has three levels with magnificent views over the sea and mountains. A play area is on the main floor, which also houses a kitchen tile. The main floor also has a kitchen and dining room. A fireplace is located in the center of the main floor. A spa is out of the house.

5. Modular Solar caravan

Mobile houses expensive

Mobile houses expensive

This is a portable eco friendly house perfect for those who are rich and environmentally conscious. The COC to be the mobile home has two hulls, each module has two swivel rocker panels. This house is customizable allowing owners to choose the equipment as needed. This caravan has a sun room, fully equipped kitchen, modern bathroom and a well decorated room. The price of the basic model with all options is $ 145,771 solar.

6. Britain’s most expensive mobile home
The mobile home is the most expensive in the UK, located in Abersoch, North Wales. This house has three spacious and luxurious rooms with modern facilities.This caravan has been rented by a couple of £ 550,000 anonymous millionaire.The couple took this house to rent for 20 years. The house has a modern kitchen worth £ 15,000 kitchen. This home features Italian furniture, which are slender and elegant. This home offers magnificent sea views and can be achieved by using clean stairs of the house. The house is also known as the Anniversary Lodge. This house was built to celebrate the 75th anniversary of holiday homes Haulfryn. The house has complete facilities for entertainment, including television integrated.You can also enjoy floor heating in this house. This heating is controlled by an iPhone.
7. Cricket Trailer

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Cricket Trailer_a224Mobile homes most expensive

The Cricket on the trailer is a mobile home designed by architect Garrett Finney NASA for outdoor enthusiasts. This house is environmentally friendly because the materials used to build the mobile home is recyclable. The cost of the basic model is $ 9950, while the top model is $ 13.950. The cost of high-end model is $ 16,990. The top model has a folding bed, refrigerator, kitchen sink, bathroom, heating, etc.

SUDU: The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit

SUDU: The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit

SUDU-The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit

The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit (SUDU) combines past technologies from different continents, resulting in a new approach to low-tech construction adapted to specific local conditions. Affordable housing that is affordable and long lasting dream of urban planners in developing countries, where large numbers of urban poor are forced to live on the streets or in temporary housing. The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit (Sudu) is a type of design that aims to achieve environmental and economic sustainability in the urban areas of poor African countries like Ethiopia, eliminating dependence on imported building materials and expensive such as steel and concrete.Ethiopia has little material and financial resources. With a booming population and you are sure to go up ten times in the coming years there will an increased demand for housing for the urban poor.

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The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit (SUDU) is a double building, made entirely of locally available stone and soil, resulting in a modest home at low cost to the poor. By combining the vaults of the tambourine and compressed earth blocks, an ecologically balanced sustainable structure can be created without the need for steel, concrete or wood to support the floors, ceilings and roofs.

The soil and rocks have less towing capacity, so we build with these materials requires structural solutions based on compression. In The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit (SUDU), the construction technique is based on the use of cement stabilized pressed bricks and African soil, which use locally available soil. This method is called compressed earth block (BTC) of the construction.

The soil is rich in clay particles available locally. The Sustainable Urban Dwelling Unit (SUDU) techniques used for constructing rammed earth of the first floor of the building structure with a wall 60 cm wide. The roofs and floors of the building is constructed with a jumping technique crockery. In this technique, sun-dried tiles are used for the first floor and silt is used for the roof, both made of the same land. Furthermore, this technique does not require roof structure, which eliminates the dependence of the timber. In general, an environmentally sustainable home for the urban poor.

BaleHaus: A Domestic Carbon Bank Architecture by ModCell

BaleHaus: A Domestic Carbon Bank Architecture by ModCell

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BaleHaus mainly consists of locally available materials. This solution uses roof panels and provides excellent insulation system that meets the specifications Passivhaus. Build, rebuild, reuse and recycle is the simple concept of any BaleHaus. BaleHaus reduces the heat demand of 80 percent of the use of the insulation system ModCell. All accessories and electrical appliances are energy efficient and help reduce energy consumption by 19 percent. The building materials used are renewable and efficient replacement of materials such as concrete and steel. These materials absorb and store carbon and return the oxygen atoms in the atmosphere, so it is a good example of carbon footprint reduction and durability in the environment. BaleHaus adopted the use of wind power and biomass fueled heat and plant to provide electricity. It also reduces carbon emissions consciously with community projects, such as carpooling, transportation, local food production and effective treatment of waste. BaleHaus design is smart, easy to use and significantly reduces carbon emissions without compromising quality and style of life of people.

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BaleHaus-Carbon Housing Solution- sky view

BaleHaus-Carbon Housing Solution- sky view

BaleHaus Straw Bale Building

BaleHaus Straw Bale Building

BaleHaus Straw cladding panels by ModCell

BaleHaus Straw cladding panels by ModCell

ModCell-BaleHaus Straw Bale Construction

ModCell-BaleHaus Straw Bale Construction

The BaleHaus has an additional feature however that allows it to become a carbon “bank”. Straw and timber are renewable resources that can provide a continuous renewable supply of building material, replacing high embodied energy (i.e. “CO2 generating”) materials such as steel and concrete. As straw and timber grow they absorb CO2 through photosynthesis, keep the carbon atom to make cellulose and give the oxygen atoms back to atmosphere. This is how we “bank” the carbon into the structure and fabric of each BaleHaus.

This process “banks” the equivalent of 130 tonnes of CO2 per house to deliver a less than Zero Carbon Home before any one moves in. Even allowing for the ca 70 tonnes of CO2 emitted during manufacture, supply and installation of the building fabric, structure, fixtures, fittings decoration mechanical and electrical equipment, this still leaves 60 tonnes of carbon in the “bank”.

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