Here is a TOPOS Eco-Retail Development Proposal by Dutch firm Shift Architecture Urbanism. Shift urban architecture is a Dutch company that has won several awards during the Groene Kamer competition by their state of the art Eco-retail development in Tilburg, Netherlands. This development aims to create a country house specialty is an innovative blend of nature and recreation in an eco-detail.The project proposal must include four different types of buildings that could serve as model and could act as a place where there is reflection from the merger of the city and country. Adopted a topographic change and came up with this beautiful design called Topos, which is the economic development not only sell, but it is a nice integration of landscape and architecture.
Topos input square is designed as a ground motion that is in the form of a large bowl with a beautiful landscape. All four types of construction are in one way or another connected to this unique place, which is a big draw for visiting browsers.The first type is a block of omni-directional, including landwinkel, which is a department store offering locally grown food. Winning the second prize in the competition, this block is strategically located at the top of the movement, as it acts as the anchor of the CEO program plan. The block itself also reflects a transparent gases.
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The wooden sculpture inside the block is like a cross-shaped volume that helps to keep open the corners cut out of the ground floor. Acting as a connection in-out of the corners of the work, and interior gardens. The cross-shaped volume also permits a flexible plant connects the corner gardens. Win the first prize, a typology of campus buildings in the landscape is designed with three commercial buildings next to it. There is a nice courtyard shared within the school that the three entrances of the building took place and resulted in greater transparency. After excavation of the topography, a horizontal strip window is provided for elsewhere, and this window has an earthmoving 3D special effects.
The third type building is designed as a restaurant that has taken the second prize in the contest. Like a sculpture in the triangular body of land, this restaurant overlooks the square of its side of the opening. The lounge is located on the deck of the restaurant environment, while the terrace is developed to the south.Adjacent to the triangular shape is cut, the remaining functions are based restaurant in the body of the earth. It is a fusion of the environment on and off when some window panels folding trigger the opening of the southern facade. This border disappears offers a classic beauty in the restaurant.
The fourth building type included in Moles known as Solitaire. A third winner, this monument has been designed as a ship scheduled. Its core is a mixture of dense vegetation on top, and the limits of the core is the Circular. Some secondary functions occur in this nucleus. A flag in a ring at the bottom of the container which is limited by sliding glass panels. Several on-off combinations of indicators to be possible by sliding panels. Therefore, all these types of buildings can be Eco-Moles detail development of a nail to visitors of Tilburg.
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