See the six concepts of green architecture for the future [part 1]
See the six concepts of green architecture for the future, Green Architecture (also known as green construction or sustainable building) refers to the structure and use processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient in the entire building life cycle: from siting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, up to renovation demolition. This effort expands and complements the function of a conventional building design that takes into account the economic issues, durability, utility and comfort.
Although new technologies are constantly being developed to complement this effort in creating the Green Building,
where the goal is the future of green building generally designed to reduce the overall impact of the environment on human health and the natural environment through:
- Efficient use of energy, water and other resources
- Protecting the health and increase productivity of people who occupy
- Waste reduction, pollution and environmental degradation
Similar concept is natural building, which usually resides on a smaller scale and tend to focus on the use of natural materials available. Other related discussions include sustainable design and green architecture. Mean while term sustainability can be defined as meeting the needs of present generations without compromising the interests to meet the needs of future generations.
Vertical Theme Park of the Future
It is the concept of the park skyscrapers of the future, based in New York by the architect Ju-Hyun Kim. This concept adopts the concept of Disneyland to create a different world but based atmosphere of the city as it should. Where the concept is expected to become a park without a car, sustainable buildings that utilize solar energy and green, recycle waste, and rainwater.
It is the concept of prefabricated modular housing in multistory buildings are made ??of lightweight concrete. Despite all the space seem cramped apartments and length, some consisting of multiple units allows for the development of a more interesting floor and additional space.
Twisting Acupuncture Tower for Taiwan
The building is designed Spiral algae-covered membranes and is capable of producing biofuels. This architecture is devoted to Taiwan’s Khaosiung port city where the latter at once utilized as a means desilinasi, absorption of sunlight as a source of energy and waste recycling
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