wood balcony home design
Modern home design balcony – comfort, if you have a balcony, the atmosphere is calm and the winds with Breeze, of course, what would you feel if you were on the balcony varies, balcony design according to the architect for the modern home canYou design the balcony with pool mix, so you can enjoy beautiful surroundings of swimming andof course, the romantic atmosphere of the night lights adorned with Sun, in our homes in the city, the atmosphere on the balcony of the beautiful night lights of the building is clearly visible on the balcony when the images of art, as can that of a cheap place that has a broad vision.
If you are really concerned about the environment around you, then you should pay attention to the increasing amount of gas emissions during the construction of residential buildings. Through out the buildings, there are many gases that are produced in large quantities and are harmful for the environment. So, are you aware of this fact? If so, then you should do something.
Each architect and engineer knows exactly what you have to do to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases significantly. But people do not want to compromise, either by changes in lifestyle or cash. We present some of the simplest ways to construct buildings to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.
These are the things we could do to reduce global emissions:
1. Natural ventilation
Several years ago, even the small building in New York had an air duct. At this point, has not allowed the construction of toilets and kitchens without windows.The reason behind this, natural ventilation through windows helps reduce the effects of emissions of greenhouse gases. After a while mechanical ventilators have been approved for the same reason. Now is the time to put the old return policy. Natural ventilation and light should be accessible to all rooms.
2. Net zero energy for housing by 2016
Reach zero net energy means that the location in front of a large amount of energy in the network to carry. This is a supplemental indenture, from design to reduce waste, including photovoltaic solar energy sufficient to balance the little gas or energy is necessary. The zero of energy is achieved through the design presented considered to keep solar heat, straw bales and a remarkable 33.8 kilowatt array of photovoltaic solar energy.
3. Plan for people, not cars
The cars are superb transportation. They give us the freedom to go wherever we want and when we want. But that does not mean we should use every time. Emit many noxious gases into the atmosphere, so we try to minimize their use. For example, London or New York, people are ordinary cars, but only use them on weekends. So try to learn something from them, how they are concerned about the environment and aware of the means of reduction that might affect it. You can also do the same and save the environment.
4. Reoccupy the rust belt
To make your air clean and free of harmful gases, if the band had to re-occupy the areas of corrosion. There are a lot of infrastructure, that is, a lot of water, temperate climate, canals, power plants and elegant buildings are waiting to be fixed. Thus, the number of people followed the sun to the other with none of the above. What would it take to bring people back? You can do things like if enough people for a possible change laborious in Detroit, then Detroit will begin the exercise of firepower. In response to the growing population of people, useful infrastructure will grow. Employers will, among migrants. Use alternatives that reflect the feeling migrants arise. And finally the whole show becomes a success.
5. Design heat or cold proof houses
Did you know that air conditioners lift the load of harmful gases into the environment? These gases, mainly CFCs are the main cause of global warming.During the hottest days of the year when the electrical load is at its height, the atmosphere suffers greatly because of the electricity in the building with air conditioning. However, we have some good options to protect the environment from its dangers. The first thing we can do is plant the drill, as are the natural source of oxygen, therefore, help to absorb harmful gases. Second, we can obtain the natural conditioning when painting ceilings. Thus, by adopting these techniques can reduce emissions of harmful gases in the construction of buildings.
Unique Tomb Building by073 Clavel Arquitectos Architecture
architectureholic facility where information on all the needs of home and inspiration on house construction. This is a Unique Tomb Architecture Designed by Clavel Arquitectos. The first impression of this building shows that it is a grave, because of its elegant architectural features is completely away from the image of fear. With his advice andfacade of the old zigzag folding the grave seems so remarkable because of the high building. Upon entering the tomb, the sense of tranquility has been incorporated into all angles, because the architect has given the philosophical idea that falls is the bridge between the world of facts and then around the world, therefore , do not lock the doors, however, are mixed in the walls. In addition, the front also reveal secret door that adds a sense of mystery of the construction. Architects Design by Clavel Arquitectos Architecture.
Holmenkollen Ski Architecture
The Holmenkollen ski jump is often described as one of the most famous installations of sport in the world. Designed by JDS Architects and 100 years ago, was a Norwegian lieutenant in the air and the ski jump 9.5 meters, was born pushed.Since 1892, the village welcomes Holmenkollen, Oslo 20 minutes, the legendary venues and remains one of the most important places for international sport, including the 1952 Olympic Winter Games.
In close cooperation with the city council, founded JDSA Norconsult an office in the capital and worked with the Norwegian engineering firm to perform its elegant form serpentine, which will be a beacon for the city and a new window for the sport ski jumping. Instead of a series of pavilions scattered throughout the park, blending design of the various amenities in a holistic model. The cabins of the judges, commentators, coaches, the royal family, VIPs, the windshield, the corridors, the lobby, the entrance into the arena and the arena, the show for skiers, the business of memories, access to the existing museum the public at the top, everything is included in the form of the jump. The simplicity of the resulting solution improves the viewing experience and focuses light for skiers. Ski jumping is clad in aluminum and glass and is 58 meters into the air. It to jump an impressive 69 meters boom on the first day of practice, the record for the longest jump was broken made in Holmenkollen.
In September 2007 JDS Architects won the international competition for a new Holmenkollen ski jump in Oslo and have now been commissioned to build the new jump tower and arena for the World Championship in 2011. Located on the hillside north west of Oslo centre, Holmenkollen stands out as an iconic landmark for the city of Oslo as well as for the entire nation.
The new ski jump will replace the existing ski jump and will be built at the same site where it has resided since the first Holmenkollen ski jump was erected in 1892. Since then the jump has been rebuilt 18 times.
The new ski jump will be completed in time for the 2011 World Championship and bring the Holmenkollen ski jump up to date with new standards and regulations in accordance with the international skiing federation. The silhouette of the new tower has a sharp and simple cut. The profile follows the jumpers descent and is offset to create necessary wind protection. The smooth and bended rectangle hosts the slope, the main structure and circulation with an inclined elevator running from the bottom to the top where a 50 m2 bar/jumpers lounge and jump platform is located. The top is cut horizontally to accommodate a viewing platform with a 360º panorama view over the Oslo city landscape.
The Holmenkollen hill plays a significant part identifying Oslo. In the Oslo panorama its characteristic profile is a clear icon, up close its majestic steepness rises towards the sky, making heads tilt and from the top, the panorama view towards the fjord are fantastic. It is a building beyond conventions, and it is no wonder that it is one of Oslo’s most visited tourist attractions. To create a new slope on the soil of the old requires full awareness of its traditions.
The new Holmenkollen Beacon is extending tradition… to the sky! In emphasizing the existing landmark’s values, it strives to keep the fine balance between majestic and simple, while introducing contemporary materials and design. Conceptually the project works with three stages of visibility: the far-away panorama, the close-up at the foot of the slope and the view outward from the top. The shape of the silhouette is emphasized with a sharp and simply cut.
The given wind protection profile is utilized and offset in a parallel manner downward, creating a smooth bended rectangle hosting the slope, the main elevators and the top in-run program. The top is then sliced horizontally to accommodate a viewing platform. The Knoll building is moved further up the hill to serve as an anchor point for the structure, letting it cantilever and avoid visually disruptive structural supports. From a distance the structure will appear as a milky-white sharp profile extending further into the sky with a diffused beam of light; a beacon for Oslo.
Holmenkollen Ski Jump Norway – Building Information
PROJECT: Ski Jump, Stadium, Renovation & Addition for World Championship 2011
TYPE: Open Competition, 1st Prize
BUDGET: 250 000 000 NOK (29 000 000 EUR)
CLIENT: Oslo Municipality
COLLABORATORS: Norconsult, Grindaker, Metallplan, Intra
LOCATION: Oslo, Norway
STATUS: Started 2008, Completion 2011
Partners in charge: Julien De SmedtProject Managers: Morten S. Haave, Kamilla Heskje
Project Architect: Erik Olav Marstein, Torkel Njå, Kristoffer Harling, Marco Boella, Edna Lueddecke, Michaela Weisskirchner
Product design/interior: Wouter Dons
Team (Project): Aleksandra Kiszkielis, Alex Dent, Alf Lassen Nielsen, Andrea Weisser, Andy Vann, Carlos Cabrera, Dries Rodet, Elina Manninen, Eric Gilham, Felix Luong, Filip Lipinsky, Guilherme Cartaxo, Gunnar Hoess, Magdalena Kusowska, Mimmi Wide Gustafson, Ieva Maknickaite, Isabella Eriksson, James McBennett, Johanna Kliment, Josué Gillet, Liz Kelzey, Nicholas Muraglia, Pauline Lavie, Pauline Parcollet, Rasmus Brusgaard Hansen, Robert Huebser, Ruben Rendon, Stefan Busch, Tabea Treier, Tineke Vanduffel, Wolfgang Mitterer, Wouter Dons
Competition Team: Mikkel H. Sørensen, Babara Costa, Derrick Lai,
Victoria Diemer Bennetzen, Mads Knak-Nielsen
Structural engineers + services, M&E: Norconsult
Quantity surveyor: Bygganalyse
Landscape: Grindaker AS
Lighting consultants: ÅF Hansen & Henneberg ; Intra
Facade and steel details: Metallplan
This is the architecture of light and shadow, and composition of the contrast between the elements that make the best produce from the contrast of light and dark, of the mass and void, around the inside of a complete outsider. Sense of balance is evident at first glance, the presence of an outdoor fire pit with “contrast”, which is led by its volumetric composition. The exterior has been articulated as a fixed volume, where the deliberate insertion of the hump is a reflection on the needs of the program for the interior. Massa clearly dominates the integration of daylight and the search for natural areas and views of the urban environment should be maximized in order to achieve maximum comfort for the residents. Contrast between the extent of the effect that the space is articulated around a central courtyard, the contrast in the use of light and shadow, in the space overlap to maximize the relationship with the outside world and in the context, the contrast in the use of man-made? and natural materials, which are scattered with natural elements inside face.
Images Credit: Jalisco House