Archive for the ‘Eco-Center’ Category
Sunday, June 4th, 2017
Article source: Rena Sakellaridou & Morpho Papanikolaou, SPARCH
We recycle ideas, architectural concepts, structures, buildings, materials. We experiment with hybrids that step out from what exists and are transformed through new programs. How do you transform the former paper factory in Marzabotto into a place for culture, development and innovation? How do you recycle this old industrial plant into new life and uses? How do you give the Green Academy strong presence?
Image Courtesy © Rena Sakellaridou & Morpho Papanikolaou, SPARCH
- Architects: Rena Sakellaridou & Morpho Papanikolaou, SPARCH
- Project: Eco-Cocoon | Green Academy
- Location: Bologna, Italy
- Collaborating Architects: N. Apergis A. Georgiadis, N. Tsompikou G. Papanikolaou, A. Verteouri, A. Vasileiou
- Students: D. Pouniou, Z. Kokogia, P. Vryza, K. Venieris, A. Carrer Vives, M. Vollas
Saturday, October 26th, 2013
Article source: ISRAEL ALBA
The Environmental Technology Centre (ETC) is situated in the former Valdedomingómez landfill site which has now been restored and transformed into a public forest park as part of the Southeast Madrid Regional Park Restoration Project. It is a visible restored access point and a meeting place in which environmentally relevant activities can be carried out. These range from courses, seminars and conferences to various types of exhibitions.
Image Courtesy © Eduardo Sánchez
- Architects: ISRAEL ALBA
- Project: ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY CENTRE
- Location: VALDEMINGÓMEZ, Spain
- Photography: Eduardo Sánchez
- Project team: José María Cristóbal, Javier Martínez, Juan Nevado, Fernando Sanz
- Area: 2.350 m²
- Client: Ayuntamiento de Madrid, UTE CESPA, S.A. – VALORIZA, S.A. – VERTRE, S.A.
- Engineering consulting: ROESMA, S.L. (Roberto Sánchez)
- Builidng services consulting: JG Ingenieros (Emilio González)
- Construction company: UTE OBRAS VALDEMINGÓMEZ
Tuesday, June 11th, 2013
Article source: Peter Ruge Architekten
Green Health City is an ecologically sustainable development designed to support and promote the condition of physical and emotional human health. Situated in China’s Hainan Province in Boao Lecheng on the Wanquan River, five island districts bring together world-class medical facilities, employ new strategies for green energy production and rethink transportation networking to achieve a sustainable urban prototype. Pathways toward a sustainable future are forged through strong ties to local identity and respect for history. By establishing a cross-disciplinary and inter-cultural approach to design that is routed in China’s long history, a comprehensive and well considered scheme is achieved.
Image Courtesy © Peter Ruge Architekten
- Architects: Peter Ruge Architekten
- Project: Green Health City
- Location: Boao Lecheng, Hainan, China
- Client: China Power International New Energy Holding LTD, 570216 Haikou, Hainan Province, P.R. China , Web: www.cpine.com.cn
- Project Partners: INFRAWIND EURASIA e.V. Berlin, Charité Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin
- Brief: Green Health City is an ecologically sustainable development designed to support and promote human health. Five island districts bring together world class medical facilities, implement new strategies for green energy production and rethink transportation networking to achieve a 100% co2 neutral footprint.
- Scope of services: Concept master planning, preliminary design of city districts, integrated transportation network planning, green energy concept development.
- Size: Total Area: 28 km²
- Duration: 2012-2013
- Presentations: United Nations RIO +20 Implementation Summit, Berlin, 2013,Asia Pacific Week, Berlin, 2013 , Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference, Boao, 2013 (more…)
Friday, April 26th, 2013
Article source: Triptyque Arquitetura
Facing a scientific, technical, environmental, human, symbolic and geo-political challenge, a simple and efficient strategy that could respond to all needs and goals should be developed. It needed a principle that integrates security (fire protection first), flexibility and modularity and that could provide comfort, thermal or acoustic, but, above all, quality of life for users.
Image Courtesy © Studio RSI
- Architects: Triptyque Arquitetura
- Project: Estação Antártica Comandante Ferraz II
- Location: Antartica
- Photography: Studio RSI
- Software used: 3DS Max
- Architecture :
Grégory Bousquet – sócio
Carolina Bueno – sócia
Olivier Raffaelli – sócio
Guillaume Sibaud – sócio
Ricardo Innecco – chefe de projeto
Felipe Alves – Arquiteto
Murilo Gabriele – Arquiteto
Alfredo Luvison – Arquiteto
Luiz adriano Trindade de Almeida – coordinação geral
Tuesday, July 31st, 2012
Article source: Maxthreads Architectural Design and Planning
The vision responds to the extending aim of positioning Taiwan in general, and Tainan city in particular, as a major historical based tourism destination, contributing Taiwan’s economic diversification from its current infrastructure lead planning system.
Urban Park - Arial view
- Architects: Maxthreads Architectural Design and Planning
- Project: Eco-Transitional Urbanism
- Location: Taiwan, China
- Prize: Second Prize
- Project Team:Max Yang, David Millar, SamyaKako
- Proposal For: International Urban Design Competition – Urban Redevelopment Project at Tainan Main Station Area, Taiwan
- Competition Organisers: Bureau of Development Tainan City Government,Taiwan (R.O.C.)& INTA(International Urban Development Association).
- Software used: Rhino, 3ds Max, Adobe package
Friday, July 6th, 2012
Article source: HWKN
Wendy does not play the typical architecture game of ecological apology – instead she is pro-active. That is why Wendy is composed of PVC mesh treated with a ground breaking titania nanoparticle spray to neutralize airborne pollutants. During the summer of 2012 Wendy will clean the air to an equivalent of taking 260 cars off the road.
Michael Moran/OTTO ©
- Architects: HWKN
- Project: Wendy
- Software used: Autocad, Rhino, and the Adobe suite
Tuesday, June 19th, 2012
Article source: Ramirez-Gonzalez Studio, PSC
Proposed by Ramirez-Gonzalez Studio architecture firm, the ECO-Sport Facility is a novel design, which accomplishes the re-engineering of the typical basketball court architecture in Puerto Rico into a sustainable building. The concept was based on the firm’s own philosophy by conceiving ‘Architecture as an Adapted Product’ which permits the project architects to improve the structure environmental output within cost-efficiency parameters from early stages of the design development.
- Architects: Ramirez-Gonzalez Studio, PSC
- Project: ECO-Sport Facility
- Location: Puerto Rico
- Design Team: Emmanuel Ramirez, AIA (principal) and Wilfredo Mendez, AIT
- Cost: 320,000 USD
- Status: Preliminary Development
- Software used: AutoCAD & SketchUp
Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
Article source: Djuric Tardio Architectes
The new project has been realized in a neighborhood, Antony, that is an example of the belief that architecture, whether heterogeneous and homogeneous, is shaped by outdated zoning regulations. The delays in securing permits, along with conditions of the urban situation and our desire to continue and refine our own research on wood constructions, led us to propose a type of construction system. This type is still not released in urban areas and rather reserved for detached houses in less dense sites. The urban rules and the site context, which is very typical, have suggested the template, which has proved a real asset to the project.
Image Courtesy William Clement
- Architects: Djuric Tardio Architectes
- Project: Eco-Sustainable House
- Location: Antony, Paris, France
- Year: 2011
- Duration of study: 6 months
- Construction period: 10 months with special foundations
- Area: 246m² SHAB
- Photographer: William Clement
Wednesday, March 28th, 2012
Article source: Innovation Création & Architecture
The site the “gorges de Franchard” is the most popular among the forest massif of Fontainebleau (the biggest listed site in France).
This very sensitive site of high quality within the new nature reserve biosphère is supported by the European program PROGRESS
Two close volumes
- Architect: INCA – Innovation Création & Architecture
- Name of Project: Ecotourism Center In France
- Location: Fontainebleau, France
- Date: Delivered in april 2011
- Client: Seine et Marne tourisme
- INCA’s mission: Complete project management
- Budget: 1000 000 € H.T
- Surface area: 5400m2 converted; 250m2 built
- Team: CAP Paysage (paysagiste), ARPENTE (BET bois), ALPES STRUCTURES et ROSTAIN COSTE (BET Technique), M. FORGUE (économie de la construction)
- Software used: Vectorworks and Adobe Suite
Tuesday, March 20th, 2012
Article source: Ecosistema Urbano
The whole proposal for the eco-boulevard in Vallecas can be defined as an urban recycling operation consisting of the following actions: insertion of an air tree-social dynamizer, over an existing urbanization area, densification of existing alignment trees and reduction and asymmetric arrangement of wheeled traffic circulation. Superficial interventions reconfiguring the existing urbanization (perforations, fillings, paint, etc.) that defaces the executed kerb development.
Image Courtesy Emilio P. Doiztua & Roland Halbe
- ARCHITECTS: Ecosistema Urbano
- PROJECT:Eco Boulevard
- LOCATION: Eco-bulevar de Vallecas. PAU de Vallecas: Vial C-91.Madrid, Spain
- CLIENT: EMVS – MADRID CITY COUNCIL
- YEAR: PHASE I 2004-05 / PHASE II 2006-07
- PROJECT TEAM: BELINDA TATO, JOSE LUIS VALLEJO, DIEGO GARCÍA-SETIÉN, IGNACIO PRIETO, MARIA EUGENIA LACARRA, DAVID DELGADO, DAVID BENITO, JAIME EIZAGUIRRE, PATRICIA LUCAS, ANA LOPEZ, ASIER BARREDO, LAURA CASAS, FABRICIO PEPE, MICHAEL MORADIELLOS.