This is a Latvian hotel: Music of Nature designed. What should be the look of a luxury hotel in the Musical? Radim Tkadlec designer seems to have an answer to this design that combines the best of nature and human creativity. At first glance, as you can see in the picture above, appears …Read More
Following are some 7 examples of urban infills, which are very much useful to have proper utilization of the unused places.
All that is growing around the world in their quickly as possible. Whether it’s a matter of population control or is it simply the case of growth of technology. All growth rates …Read More
Green roofs are not only terrace that are painted green, they are living, breathing roof full of plants and herbs. Slowly and gradually the popularity of green roofs is constantly growing and you can attend a number of green roofs creative designerin the world. These green roofs, despite a high initial cost (about $ 200 per square foot), have relatively low maintenance, and also allow natural cooling of the building that reduces the cost of cooling about 10 percent. The teaching of green roofs onbuildings, …Read More
Here is a Sheffield Bus Shelter Green Roofs. It was released as an advertising effort by the California Academy of Sciences, buthas since become one of the most used in a creative way to show environmental concerns. It is well known that buses cause pollution when maximum acceleration, and a green roofs of the bus stop, in a small way can reduce the damage caused to the environment. In addition to reducing air pollution, these roofs are also …Read More
This is a Silos Get a Second Life as Sustainable Buildings. Structures built for storage of bulk materials called silos were used primarily to store grain, coal and cement. They were generally cylindrical structures usually 30-250 m high made of wooden slats, either concrete staves, sheet steel or concrete caste.
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