Living in Such Mediterranean Sea Reflected on a Building Home

Living in Such Mediterranean Sea Reflected on a Building Home

Mediterranean Villa 1

Mediterranean Villa 1

If you are those kinds of people who love the sea so much and want a life to get forever stay with the coral, fish, and sand everyday, you get the solution now. A beautiful home design has been developed implied the situation in Mediterranean Sea that would give you feeling of contentment.

Mediterranean Villa 2

Mediterranean Villa 2

The wall is rock frontal, without borders in a natural ways. The floors color and wall are dominated by sand color which is reminded us about the soft sand touches in the beach. The interior design are managed well by the white hot beams looming across the placements stressed that looks like the stone walls. The concept which is offered by this building is living in without border in such natural beach comfortable environment.

Mediterranean Villa 3

Mediterranean Villa 3

The roof is low to make the friendly and homey atmosphere and give sensation like you are living in a villa on the beach side. The floors are also dominated by the rock and sand mixed with creamy color as if you will step on the beach sand everyday. The exterior of this building looks strong and warm by the rock wall with brown smooth windows and the rocks arranged around it as the protector. What a nice home.

Mediterranean Villa 4

Mediterranean Villa 4

Mediterranean Villa 5

Mediterranean Villa 5

Mediterranean Villa 6

Mediterranean Villa 6

Mediterranean Villa 7

Mediterranean Villa 7

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3D Architecture: Prefab Residential Building Concept by RAW Design

3D Architecture: Prefab Residential Building Concept by RAW Design

Prefab concept of residential buildings is a new and unique initiative is to transform the urban landscape using sustainable design concepts and cost. The proposed concept for a 6 story building urban residential College Street, Toronto explores the potential of a unit of self-operation of the manufactured home can be built in difficult areas, such as sites that restrict the building code and sites that make costly traditional building construction due to the laws difficult and complex. Also directed to sites that make virtually no developable urban sites due to the imposition of existing building structures in the vicinity of the SHIFT concept opens the possibility of the use sites, housing and rebuilding existing tight urban lot easier.

Shift 20*20 Prefab Residential Building Concept by RAW Designlpo

Shift 20*20 Prefab Residential Building Concept by RAW Designlpo

With only a facade, the site of the depth of 7 m wide and 60m from the proposed concept SHIFT is at the heart of Kensington Market in Toronto and was left untouched by developers, due to the construction of the challenges that comewith. The concept MAJ, however, try to create a residential building in the same place without having to sacrifice a common need for a building of this type. The concept proposes the use of semi-public and private spaces located throughout the building to address traffic with modular space of life, arranged offset. Each side of a vertical frame would be used by each unit to bind to the response to the limited width of the site.

Gallery of Prefab Residential Building Concept by RAW Design

Prefab 20 * 20 – A project by Toronto, Canada-based architectural studio RAW design

The prefabricated module connected to the corridors and be used to supply the building with mechanical and electrical utilities, and the structure and infrastructure would be in charge of the central structure. To serve as a leading provider of public services, a special unit made by prefabrication techniques were the same in the rear of the main building. Residents are offered the opportunity to determine the configuration of each apartment and the use of recycled materials and rainwater harvesting would be based more sustainable.

Residential Building: Charming low-budget conversion of a barn in the English provinces

Residential Building: Charming low-budget conversion of a barn in the English provinces

Low Budget Residential Building

Low Budget Residential Building

Ochre Barn: Old barn transformed into low budget Residential Building. Owned by British experts of Carl Turner Architects, an architectural firm, an old abandoned barn in Norfolk has become an amazing transformation that combines creativity, the comfort of modern life and the immediacy of the countryside. Grange called ocher, this newly created creative country is considered by its authors as an experience that gave them the option to try and learn. Newly converted rustic barn was a warm and comfortable place to create, work and think. Besides the critical updates, the visual cues of color on the inside however, preserve and conserve many historic features of the structure with care. Polished concrete replaced the dirt floor barn. The exterior remains virtually unchanged from the date additional unadorned brick are required by the simple, but attractive and mosaic. The authors of the project, which took about five years to build, due to ship size and complexity of the problem of rebuilding its capacity in the budget. It was mostly original ideas and solutions because of its uniqueness, which has been reached. This reconstruction project amounted to $ 397 Romantic 980, which taking into account European standards is quite low compared with the big square building.

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Urban Green Space: Riverside Park Project / Kalarch INC – Tianjin, China

Urban Green Space: Riverside Park Project / Kalarch INC – Tianjin, China

Much needed urban green space planned for city of Tianjin. Rapidly growing cities are responsible for much of the pollution levels and environmental degradation. One hopes that the development has a price, but the cost was high enough to merit attention. Countries like China are growing rapidly and the large-scale development was a concern, not progress, but because of this development has been done to the environment. Ecowan project was designed to provide green spaces in the city of Tianjin, to give residents a recreation area that is removed from the gray concrete structures and restore the vegetation of the city.

Riverside Park Project - 3D Architecture

Riverside Park Project – 3D Architecture

The project design was conceptualized by the Design Group and has a theme Kalarch triple green space. It will be located near New Hangu Center and is primarily intended for high-tech workers. The project will include educational and recreational activities in the park, including a draft of the city center in the northwest of the extent of 15 hectares and 47 hectares of TEDA WIT Riverside Park in the southeast.

The park is divided into three levels. City Plaza layer will act as an extension of the functions of the city with multi-purpose spaces, plazas and functional buildings such as retail stores, schools, and home. Layer Urban Park, meanwhile, will cover most of the activities of workers and their families as a playground for children, a sports park, a jogging and cycling, a historical park, the amphitheater and to house a botanical garden of native plants. The last layer is called Nature and consist of two sublayers of a working vineyard and a forest. The layer will act as a green backdrop of nature to the park and is at a higher level of topography. The forests of large trees and the geometric patterns found in the rural landscape of northern China are the inspirations for this layer.

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Earth Chapel Sustainable Solar Spirituality

Earth Chapel Sustainable Solar Spirituality

Earth Chapel - 3 Negrense artists build in Bacolod City

Earth Chapel – 3 Negrense artists build in Bacolod City

Sustainable solar spirituality: Bacolod City gets an Earth Chapel that is all green. It is an unfortunate consequence of human history that religion and science have never seen views on various topics. It is understandable, but the fact that if the two of them stopped ridiculing others and began working toward a common goal, the world would be a much better place to live This is another case in point with the “Earth Chapel “with the news that has resulted in Bacolod City, Philippines.

The local community has met three of the best in the country when it comes to sustainable design and green architecture to create a green chapel that could be a model for many worldwide. Marisol Alquízar was instrumental in the design of the whole chapel and its structure, while Tagoy Jakosalem was the man behind the interiors and the flag of the chapel with alternative energy sources like solar power. To add to the current array of talent, Nunelucio Alvarado, one of the best artists in the country, who designed the unique crucifix for the chapel of the Earth.

Marisol Alquizar, Brother Tagoy Jakosalem and Nunelucio Alvarado – the three Negrense artists who built the “Earth Chapel,” a collaborative work anchored on their common advocacy of protecting the environment.

The chapel is entirely made of mud, bamboo, grass, old bottles and discarded wooden pallets that are no longer in use. Other materials used as well, but all are completely biodegradable and made from natural sources. The best thing is that there is a plastic smell. The chapel is also the first solar religious structure in the country of the Philippines and the built-in LED lighting technology, the chapel of the Earth really lives up to its name.

There can be nothing more spiritual than to reconnect with nature, as it helps to be closer to the author that people believe in. As mentioned above, with perfect faith that religion can be invoked with the solutions that science can offer , we can motivate most of the planet and produce a shift to a clean and sustainable future. It’s just a matter of mutual understanding!

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