Self sustaining design for High School by Abdullah Kocamaz

Self sustaining design for High School by Abdullah Kocamaz

Global warming is at its peak and energy sources are in danger of extinction, it is essential to promote architecture that is self-sufficient and carbon footprint at least in our environment. This example of the ecological green architecture is designed by Abdullah Kocamaz for “Ministry of Higher Education National School Contest Sisli Architectural Design.” A plan for the working environment is addressed through the fiction with this design. The geometry of the topography of the site is well used to make efficient use of natural light and available land. The goal is to make the building energy self-sufficient and efficient.

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

The architectural project area is divided into two main departments: the Department of Education and Management Service. At the main entrance, it should be suitable for parking, designed taking into account the green factor. For the establishment of the classroom, the different floors were planned well and each classroom is designed for easy access.

The management department is a quiet and isolated, and operates independently. Natural light and air are provided for multipurpose halls as the gym and office, so self for light and air conditioning. Exterior windows are raised by the study of the indications of the sun to maximize direct light. Removable glass walls are proposed to divide the office space into sections instead of walls. Natural light and air are used efficiently, reducing energy costs that would otherwise be an amount equal to a huge amount.

The school campus provides for all types of social activities too. There is a library, a park area and the study itself, designed with a relaxed atmosphere. The open space has really been designed taking into account the correlation between the specified number of students and the total area available.

Images Credit: Annex

Renovation and Expansion International Airport Building Taken From Juan Carlos Sabate Architectural Project

Renovation and Expansion International Airport Building Taken From Juan Carlos Sabate Architectural Project

international airport expansion project

international airport expansion project

The building of the existing airport wall was not uniform and corresponded to three different phases of the work is for this reason, the focus was on standardizing and reflects the architecture of the two large porches, in Patagonia built porphyry-room with natural stone of excellence in the world what makes the work an appearance and differential regional value.

Depending on the interior renovation and expansion of the airport building was designed by Juan Carlos Sabate Arch project, where the architectural project, the first airport of Argentina proposed theme taken for the interior renovation and expansion of the building from the international airport of Trelew, Argentina. The renovation and expansion of the idea has two important aspects, since the operation of the airport and turn optimizes the image that the hierarchical conceptual unity, integration and the building industry is based.

These conditions also lead to a unified reading of the facade of the building and identity construction are airport help to distinguish the majesty of nature with Patagonia and the color on the main entrances. The same stone is recognized in the general framework for the arrival hall. In the central area and tourist attraction a new garden theme, with elements of paleontological time provides a good light and heat in the room.

In various areas of the airport building renovation designed to nested areas and archaeological findings to present to the tourism and improve the well being exposed to the passengers, the improvement of maternal and regional level.

The proposed new functional architecture project is on two floors, to convert the upper floor in the Council of the mission can be designed provided that the use of passenger boarding bridges the air movement. The set consists of two distinctly different accessible areas of departure and arrival times of passengers. They are highlighted with the addition of awnings to the passengers off and on again to protect vehicles.

It has significantly improved the differentiation of areas with restricted access (Airside) and public use (land side), the optimization of transport and safety.

This work needs in a way that would allow the operation of the airport without having to be carried out with the normal operation. It was planned for implementation in three phases and continuous attempt to minimize the inconvenience as possible for the passengers.

Images Credit: Juan Carlos Sabate