Algebra Building by Ecologic Studio

Algebra Building by Ecologic Studio

Green structures are beginning to gain popularity in the world realizes the impact of conventional buildings have on the environment. The designers have presented many architectural concepts, to all those who try to be self-sufficient and clean.Although most of the ideas have remained at the conceptual stage, we offer a way out of our present existence. Recognizing the importance of environmental conservation may have come later than expected, but at least has prompted us to start taking action.

Algebra by Ecologic Studio
 EcoLogic Studio is a company that has designed a green structure called a Mega recalls algaeBRA large weeping willow. ETFE vertical separators and fall asbestos in building that gives the illusion of the leaves as a weeping willow.Interestingly, wrapped so that the light penetration is compromised in any way.This is made possible through an intelligent system partition. What the occupants cookie is a color gradient, natural light and fresh. EcoLogic study has tried to be as green as possible with the use of artificial materials.In addition to the building layout, seaweed farming also take place in the front that allows control of the radiation at the site of sequestration and renewable energy production. The water seems to play an important role in the functioning of the building, facilitates storage and thermal heat regulation. 

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Algebra by Ecologic Studio
Algebra by Ecologic Studio
Algebra by Ecologic Studio
Algebra by Ecologic Studio

The technology of algae farming is introduced directly in the facade and partitioning system of the building.

 

EcoLogic Studio is the hope that the Benetton Group algaeBRA to a specific work that integrates sustainability with architectural styles of the latest Iranian and geometric patterns. Note the domed structures at the base of the building as an example. The front fiber can also be manipulated to suit changing weather conditions and temperature. This means that the same level of resources used in the building structure can be maintained without having to install additional hardware.

Images Credit: Ecologic Studio

5 Green Architecture Projects by Students

5 Green Architecture Projects by Students

Green Architecture

Green Architecture

This is a 5 Green Architecture Projects by Students. There is much emphasis on energy conservation, eco friendly products, biodegradable alternatives, synthetics, etc in all areas of life. This marks the importance and seriousness of the current environmental situation. The realization has come a long way. Students from around the world have tried to present architecture green buildings with a sophisticated infrastructure on par with conventional buildings at a rate of return. These buildings range from energy conservation using solar energy for the assembly of the entire building, using natural products and biodegradable. These young architects are not only the environment but also managed to capture the beauty in green design. Unlike the architects of the past generation, the current and future generations have a greater challenge. Some of his spectacular works:

1. Be Paletto

Be Paletto Architecture

Be Paletto Architecture

This was a band and platform flooding curves to walk around the schoolyard. The structure was built by stacking wooden pallets to create a cantilever natural stages. People seemed to be very attracted to the structure and many of them were found to use it to cross the yard or sit on the steps to sunbathe and socialize.This is the idea and the work of nine students of architecture at the School of Architecture in Aarhus, Denmark, who were on an exchange program in July 2010. The entire structure when illuminated at night was a party to the Sea eyes.The Paletto gained popularity in schools and the effort was appreciated.

2. FabLab

FabLab Architecture

FabLab Architecture

The FabLab is a fabulous house self sufficient energy resources and sustainable.Built by architecture students from the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia, the house produces three times the energy consumed by the sun. The whole structure is loaded with solar panels to produce electricity. The design is based on three feet and has not disclosed how to keep cool too. The house is an excellent example of eco-life, not surprisingly, was also on sale for a starting price of 45,000 €.

3. Non-recyclable cardboard housing

Building from non-recyclable cardboards

Building from non-recyclable cardboards

Students at Auburn University has created a green house with non-recyclable wax-like tips cards. These corrugated boxes, waxed usually go to waste. They were treated to look like straw bales, which were then used to create the house.The bullets wrapped in plastic were buried first in the ground for the foundation.The walls were built by stacking the bales and insurance of a ring beam of large beams and a beam of 8-inch connection on the top. The roof was made of metal.

4. Temporary Green Bar

Temporary Green Bar

Temporary Green Bar

In a contest held by the School of Architecture of Oporto, students designed and built an innovative bar using IKEA boxes. 420 these tanks are attached first to a wooden frame, then erected on the metal structure to the location. The tanks were bright LED light bulbs that give a festive atmosphere everywhere. This design was considered exceptional and actually won the competition hands down.

5. Goat Milking Shed

Goat Milking Shed Architecture

Goat Milking Shed Architecture

This store modern milking goat was built by students at the University of Colorado at Denver. The fact that this structure was built with gabions filled with concrete base re tail makes it even more impressive. Although it is considerably more comprehensive and suitable for cattle and goats, the design also includes integrated seats for the people of that man, probably to ease traffic.

Imges Credit: harrington.edu