معماری عکس تازه ها عکس معماری عکس جدید عکس جالب معماری سبز architect hi-tech green building
معماری عکس تازه ها عکس معماری عکس جدید عکس جالب معماری سبز architect hi-tech green building
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معماری عکس تازه ها architect hi-tech green building hi-tech green building

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green design, eco design, sustainable design, Skyscraper zoo, ferris wheek, influx studio, buenos Aires 

 Influx Studio  در طرحی که ارئه داده است با ترکیب باغ وحش و آسمانخراش و چرخ فلک تلاش کرده تا با توجه تغییرات حال حاضر و آینده پیوندی میان انسان و طبیعت خود داشته باشد در این طرح افراد میتوانند علاوه بر حرکت در چرخ و فلک در هرطبقه دلخواه پیاده شده و یا در رستوران غذا بخورند و ... . این پروژه بر فراز شهر زیبای بوینس آیرس اجرا خواهد شد که در کنار منظره زیبای این شهر به گشت و گذار در طبیعت به پردازند. سرعت این چرخ و فلک نیم ساعت در هر نیم دور است تا زمان مناسب برای بازدیدکنندگان فراهم باشد.

green design, eco design, sustainable design, Skyscraper zoo, ferris wheek, influx studio, buenos Aires

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نوع مطلب : معماری منظر، عمومی، تصویر، مدرن، 
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arcology, new orleans arcology, noah, New Orleans Arcology Habitat, hyperstructures, green arcology, green buildings 

Arcology is essentially a mega city that packs a ginormous population into one hyperstructure – think the Death Star, Zion in The Matrix or the Anthill of Antz fame. Now, a real-life group of ambitious designers has taken their looming pyramidal arcology and placed it smack dab on the Mississippi River as a proposal for rebuilding New Orleans. This 30 million square foot beast-building with an array of green features is aptly named NOAH (Get it? Noah and the Arcology?), and is meant to house 40,000 residents.

NOAH, which stands for New Orleans Arcology Habitat, boasts 20,000 residential units as well as 3 hotels and 1,500 timeshare units. But that’s not all. Also housed within the triangular walls of this one-stop-building will be commercial space (stores), parking for 8,000 cars, cultural spaces, public works, schools, an administrative office, and a health care facility. This means that you could live your whole life within NOAH if you wanted to. Although that doesn’t sound very fun, it may be prudent, since NOAH has been specifically designed to withstand the hurricanes that have ravaged the city on the Mississippi in the past. Its floating base and open-wall structure are meant to allow “all severe weather /winds to in effect blow through the structure in any direction with the minimum of massing interference.”

In terms of sustainability, we were at first skeptical as we are with most supermassive structures, but the fact that so many inhabitants are meant to occupy the space offsets NOAH’s giant footprint. Another plus is that NOAH will supposedly “eliminate the need for cars within the urban structure” via vertical and horizontal internal electric transport links, creating a pedestrian-friendly community. Other eco-friendly elements include secured wind turbines, fresh water recovery and storage systems, a passive glazing system, sky garden heating/cooling vents, grey water treatment, solar array banding panels, and river based water turbines. And if NOAH truly is hurricane-proof, that will make the city more sustainable than any wind turbines or solar panels ever could.

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Technology, sustainable architecture, bridges, italy, roads, solar panels, solar roads, wind power, wind turbines, wind energy, solar energy

A bridge that repurposes abandoned viaducts, produces energy AND looks futuristically sleek? Yes, it can be true, and it is Italy’s proposed Wind Turbine Viaduct called “Solar Wind.” Southern Italy is dotted with unused viaducts, and rather than spending $50 million to tear them down, town officials near Calabria held a competition called “Solar Park South,” open to designers and engineers asking them to come up with an environmentally conscious way to re-use the existing structures.

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Famed architect Bjarke Ingels has been tight lipped about a project his team has been working on for New York City and we're delighted to report that it was finally unveiled today! The West 57th residential tower is an evolutionary growth from BIG’s other residential projects in Copenhagen, only at the scale of New York’s famed skyline. It brings with it a huge south-west facing slope, with protected green space making up the heart of the project.

Mr. Ingels has dropped a few hints about his project unveiling in New York – perhaps the biggest was opening an office and moving to the city. The tower is a clear hybrid of the northern European model of airy courtyards and sun loving facades with New York’s density and celebration of scale. Each apartment will get a balcony, many overlooking the adjacent Hudson River, and the complex as a whole will have a public transition green space not dissimilar to the 8 Tallet project that W57 emulates.

From the streets, the building appears as a richly detailed wall of angled windows and from the riverside softens the cities skyline. Amazingly the project shares the similar quality of transitioning an industrial section of a city to the residential with their ski slope/waste incinerator, as the apartment complex sits next to a largely defunct steam plant and garbage facility.

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l Capitals’ of Europe in 2008 and the city wanted to promote the innovative use of sustainable timber in contemporary architecture in the public domain through a design competition. The French-Norwegian team, AWP + AtelierOslo took home first prize and constructed their 140 sq meter, timber-framed pavilion right in the heart of the city. The timber beams reflect the older architecture, while the glass is a nod to the newer construction.

Large timber oak beams embedded in the concrete base are bolted together to form criss-crossing columns, which support the sculptural, geometric, wood frame. Glass covers the entire wood frame like slate tiles on a roof and each glass panel is printed with a translucent pattern, which reflects down onto the ground. The glass roof allows daylight to stream into the space during the day and provides a protected space for people to meet. At night, interior lighting reflects off the glass and makes the pavilion glow like a lantern.

The pavilion is on tour and can be seen at the Scandinavia House in New York City through the Nordic Models + Common Grounds exhibition.

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