Here is a 3D Architecture: The Girgarre Food Hub Breathes New Life Into a Factory by Studio Osk. The Girgarre Food Hub design is a step forward towards integrating learning and delivering. When Heinz revealed his decision to close the Girgarre tomato plant, a potential replacement has been requested and are Girgarre Food Hub. Goulburn Valley Food Action Co-Operative approached a Osk study site map. It would probably be the new plant – with enormous potential for social change.
Girgarre Food Hub by Studio Osk
The Girgarre Food Hub, hopefully, will combine educational excellence and ease of food with the business operations of the plant. The Girgarre Food Hub could be the center of Victoria and probably Australia, the first of its kind. It will definitely attract many tourists.
Girgarre Food Hub to take township towards betterment
Ben and Will Waters Loft Studio designers architects drawings Osk designed to The Girgarre Food Hub. Besides being a meeting place for workers and the public, which could provide a unique opportunity to get a glimpse of the world.Visitors can learn the various aspects of plant: what happens inside the plant where food comes from and how it is processed, etc. The Girgarre Food Hub may refer several lanes around location. It can be a platform for integrating various environmental systems, such as harvesting, cultivation of vegetables, water purification, vocational training, etc. is also recognized as an excellent initiative by the Center for Food. Expand the scope of the meeting places of the community could support agricultural markets.
The Girgarre Food Hub breathes new life into a factory, a site and a town
Girgarre [The Girgarre Food Hub] is the largest employer in the region and stop Heinz factory is very likely to get many people out of work. Build a food center can potentially serve the purpose and provide jobs for many in a small place, either. According to the Organization of Goulburn Valley Co-operative, encouraging funding $ 30,000 is the latest achievement in this regard. This innovative concept could help pump money into its economy.
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Here is a 3D Architecture: ConXBlock by Steve Walker Studio. How is it possible if you can get both in one place? This is the idea behind the concept of ConXBlock – separate blocks that are connected to each other!
ConXBlock by Steve Walker Studio
Individual houses sprawling infrastructure required for a life of luxury. These costscan be saved when a community is built. ConXBlock attempts to provide the bestprivacy of members of their community. For starters, every house is an independent unit with its own “garden” which was designed on the roof! The construction is sturdy and solid. Was made with prefabricated of steel.
At the same time, there are features that make life easier for everyone. Network isinterconnected solar panels that were installed in every home. Solar energy is used for common use. The roofs were equipped with the techniques of rainwaterharvesting and water is collected in a common “pool”!
Images of ConXBlock by Steve Walker Studio
ConXBlock by Steve Walker Studio-3D Architectures
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Since the building is made entirely of steel, each surface of each house can be used. From an external perspective, it may seem that the houses are very small.But once inside, a haven of comfort you expect! If you plan a dream vacation then ConXBlocks very rock!
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Here is a Skyscrapers Designed to Have Green Roofs. The request to adopt more environmentally friendly energy sources in everyday life has led many architects to design skyscrapers that can use renewable energy sources. The roofs of these buildings use sunlight and other sources of green energy.
Here is a list of 10 skyscrapers designed for sustainable green roofs:
1. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: Chinatrust Bank complex features modern buildings with green roofs
Chinatrust Bank complex features modern buildings with green roofs
Chinatrust Bank Complex in Taiwan is an organic structure, because it has green roofs. The office of NBBJ has designed this magnificent skyscrapers, with the Taiwanese firm Fei Cheng and Associates. This feature of 30-story building complex of 21 floors of commercial offices and 10 floors of the hotel. It is expected that by 2012 all the structure that covers about 2.5 million square feet.The building was designed to use natural energy and solar energy. The gardens on the roof of this building will reduce the runoff of rainwater.
2. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: Felipe Campolina’s portability skyscraper features green roof and walls
Designed by Brazilian architect Philip Campolina, this futuristic skyscrapers with the green of the wall and the roof is composed of several units of mobile life.Housing units in this building are scaled to the standard OSB and structural steel plate makes the mobile units of life. The characteristics of the thermo-acoustic insulation wall and tower includes lanes on each floor. Six independent units are carried by each stage. The units were designed so they can be added or removed without disturbing the neighboring unit. The building has a recycling system and water.
3. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: Perkins Eastman showcases green towers for Mumbai
Perkins Eastman showcases green towers for Mumbai
Perkins Eastman recently unveiled two models of U.S. company specially designed skyscrapers in the Indian city of Mumbai. The designs of these skyscrapers green, were presented at the Kohinoor Skyscraper Competition. In the first design, Perkins Eastman has been proposed construction of a structure 108.000 meters square. This 33-story building has a dual basis of retail history. In the second design, the American company proposed to build two medium-rise buildings of 66,700 square meters each. These towers environmentally friendly electricity generation from renewable sources of energy. The roofs of the buildings have gardens.
4. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: Suburb in the city: unique skyscraper provides urban green
Suburb in the city-unique skyscraper provides urban green
Spanish company Nabito Architects proposed building a skyscraper of a single called “Stairscraper” in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The company claims that this green building occupants can feel the joy of suburban life while living here. All apartments in this building has a roof that will be used as a garden. Each unit of this skyscraper will have a private outdoor space, allowing occupants to grow your own garden.
5. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: Fusionopolis – A truly green skyscraper
Fusionopolis-A truly green skyscraper
UK architect Ken Yeang to design a skyscraper green Fusionopolis deserve the name. He says he is the first truly green building in the world. Fusionopolis will be built in Singapore. This 15-story structure has a vertical column of planting in each floor. Each floor of this building has been landscaped terraces. This skyscraper green using natural sources like the sun to generate power.
6. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: America’s tallest skyscraper gets a green makeover
Sears Tower, the tallest skyscraper in the United States, is set to get a green makeover, worth $ 350 million. It is expected that the makeover would reduce the power of these 4.5 million square feet in 80% and save 24 million gallons of water per year. The Sears Tower contains 104 elevators and 16,000 windows and it is likely that this huge structure that LEED certification in the near future. As part of the redesign, the roof of the building will have solar panels and wind turbines.Approximately 35,000 square feet of roof becomes the garden.
7. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: mixed-use ‘Hyper-Tower’ has a soccer pitch on top
The “Hyper-Tour” is the result of the French architect Francois Jaubert. This double game of the tower has room for residential apartments, commercial and sporting events too. A fleet of vertical start on the ground floor connects the two towers. The park ends at the roof of this building to a football field. This tower has sports facilities and residential green on the upper levels, while offices, shops and restaurants are located in the lower levels.
8. Sustainable 3D Architecture: Terra skyscrapers create green urban space in the sky
Terra skyscrapers create green urban space in the sky
San Francisco, the designer Joanna Borek-Clement deserves to conceptualize the idea of Sky-Terra skyscrapers. The entire structure is actually a network of interconnected towers. The floating structure has green areas, gardens, fields, pools, etc. The height of the tower from modular pieces can be up to 1600 feet.
9. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: Biomimicry inspired cactus building
Biomimicry inspired cactus building
Aesthetics Architects GO Group has designed the structure of cactus-inspired energy efficiency for the government of Qatar. This construction has several smart shades that open and close depending on the strength of the sun. This building has a green dome and botany.
10. Sustainable 3D Architecture-Skyscrapers: Rødovre Tower to be plush sky village
Danish firm MVRDV designed a green building Rødovre a Danish municipality, in collaboration with ADEPT. Named “Sky Village”, this building will have 381 meters of residential space, offices, hotels and parks. The design of this green building is based on “pixels” which are flexible and measure 646 square feet each.
Here is a Regeneration of Life through this TREE OF LIFE @ KLCC 3D Architecture by Koh Hau Yeow Architects. The talented designer Koh Hau Yeow has come up with an exclusively green design for the proposed development at Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC) park in Malaysia. This is the design of an architectural wonder called TREE OF LIFE @ KLCC. The rich landscape here allows an interactive space between an urban and a natural formation, where innovative design could easily fit into this creative design manager of life is proposed to use the area of fluid from the park in the concept, so the development of an ecological habitat for residents, while welcoming many areas of retail parking and workplaces.
TREE OF LIFE @ KLCC 3D Architecture by Koh Hau Yeow
Inspired by the ancient mythological concepts, this design is created to be a tree of life that provides food and livelihoods of people living around the monument structure. It is proposed that an ecological landmark that dominates the earth, while flowers with their roots in the park. The structure is designed to facilitate movement around the site and create a seamless connection to the park with the arteries and places. For the future, a bridge from Plaza was created to pushed into the green and as an extension of it, a ladder is made directly to a person of walking to the signature restaurant on the 7th floor and gym.
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It extends along the bridges nodal landscaped buffer to the environment and other activities of the congregation, and green links are reproduced here as sky gardens and terraces. The design focuses on the use of natural light in a strategic manner, and infusing perfection in all the gaps of the bulk structure. Full height glazing to reduce direct glare and heat production in the interiors of the facade.Terraces in the sky building cross ventilation air, and interstitial spaces act as gateways. There are also a rain water systems and water recycling installed to make the structure more green.
They are also waterlogged and design elements with feature walls in several places. People can enjoy a variety of fitness and recreational activities in the private garden of heaven on the 23rd floor, which houses various facilities. The vegetation and landscape are all soft and vibrant structure in the heart. The site offers a wonderful view across the horizon of the Petronas Twin Towers KLCC park with a wonderful backdrop. In itself, TREE OF LIFE @ KLCC aims to become an icon of a gathering of community green spaces for relaxation and rejuvenation that complement the environment of the park.
Images Credit: Koh Hau Yeow KLCC
Tomioka station as designed by Daisuke Nagatomo and Minnie Jan for MisoSoup Design Competition offers a very attractive and modern architecture of the station. Tomioka station is essentially supposed to be the gateway to the Tomioka Silk Factory ancient legend, which may soon become a World Heritage site, and this awesome design do justice to the reputation of the silk factory and show than worthy of its name. Modernist design Tomioka Station is a stark contrast to the silk factory, but its functionality and features green would be appropriate so it is merged with the historic environment.
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All design Tomioka station is creating lines of silk with an innate pattern that creates a fabric cover that highlights the entrance to this World Heritage Site. The roof of the station is built using a wooden frame with a tension member to act as shutters. The surface of this amazing deck is covered with three types of glass: clear, high reflection and laminating photovoltaic cells. The architecture of this complex is one way in which sunlight is used optimally, making it a station very environmentally friendly and energy efficient. From the perspective of the crow flies, the station cover has a wave-shaped roof that seems very attractive. The canopy or roof of the station Tomioka starts from the ground level – and has many places where plants are colorful and attractive flowers that grow in the glass itself and gradually the veil begins to strengthen and expand as passing over the station.
Tomioka Station unique architecture
Tomioka Station unique architecture gives the impression that the station as a work of art. The environmental aspect of the station with flowers and plants, adds an attractive and aesthetic quality. The station was built at different levels are not as high as that would make the best use of limited space. Tomioka Station would allow the station to a very large and very functional. Moreover, the canopy increase the natural light without heating the interior. Energy conservation and sustainability are two of the most important that this building is used as the basis for the operation. Lots of green areas will be provided at the sides, making it visually appealing and environmentally friendly too.
Tomioka Station designed is Nagatomo and Minnie design in January is very attractive, which juxtaposes modern history to produce a building worthy!
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Here is a Solar Oasis: Where Deserts Can Sustain Life. The designer of this architectural design called Solar Oasis believes that all parts of the Earth’s surface has the necessary elements that are necessary to sustain life, and even our planet also has huge amounts of energy that can never be exhausted. Solar Oasis project is based on this principle in which the designer aims to create an oasis in the arid and lifeless Namib Desert in Namibia, which is too hot and dry to support life. This advanced technology solar Oasis that make using the local environment to create in your physical being in an oasis that can sustain human life, plants and animals.
Solar Oasis Designed by Philip Weller
This proposal shows how amazing that modern technology can be used to handle the most adverse situations into something useful by making the most feared places uninhabitable, a refuge for life! In this Solar oasis was added technology in which air humidity is pushed through a cooling manifold enormous. The Namib desert drought is caused by the fact that the air to hold water that comes from the Atlantic Ocean can not be in the desert mountains along the edges of deserts and deflect air push below. Therefore, the moisture never reaches the desert of what is practically uninhabitable because water is the only requirement for the sustainability of plants and animals. However, the Solar Oasis would change the situation, with the humidity inside the oasis of an island green protected area.
Designed by Philip Weller-Solar Oasis
This island is the water that would be capable of supporting plant life and exotic wildlife of Namibia. The condensate produced by the outside air would be enough to sustain life in the otherwise dry desert. The Solar Oasis is also used to make new discoveries in the field of agriculture and clean energy production. This would make mini-island cooperation between peoples of different cultures and harmony.The Solar Oasis would be a great example for the world to find new places for people to live overcrowding and overpopulation are only a limited area of the Earth. Now people may think that living in the deserts that extend over a large country and reduce the burden on cities. In fact, it would be a great way to convert the driest places in the most succulent and green!
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