Archive for the ‘Green House’ Category
Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
Article source: rar.studio
Palatina is a small palace built in the centre of Lisbon in the mid-20th century according to plans designed by Architect Carlos Rebelo de Andrade in the Português Suave style. Originally conceived to serve the purpose of a single family residence, the building was converted into four distinct apartments earlier this century. Apartment Palatina I occupies the main first floor of this mansion, the former location of the social areas – hall, office, billiards room, small living room, drawing room, pantry, dining hall, greenhouse – and correspondingly draws upon the magnificent ostentatiousness of both its amplitude and its materials and decorative details.
Image Courtesy © Francisco Nogueira
- Architects: rar.studio
- Project: Apartment Palatina I
- Location: Lisbon, Portugal
- Photography: Francisco Nogueira
- Contractor: RVI – Recuperação e Valorização de Imóveis, Lda.
- Gross Internal Area: 150 m2
- Date: 2015 – 2016
Tuesday, April 4th, 2017
Article source: CCL Architects & Planners
Qingwan district is located at Penghu’s Fongguei Peninsula. Surrounded by sea, it is abundant in marine resources and natural wonders. The basaltic landscape, diverse vegetation, and forts remained from the military days make Qingwan the perfect place for tourism development.
Image Courtesy © LIN FU MING
- Architects: CCL Architects & Planners
- Project: Penghu Qingwan Cactus Park
- Location: Peng Hu, Qingtian Xian, Lishui Shi, Zhejiang Sheng, Taiwan
- Photography: LIN FU MING
- Software used: Autocad, SketchUp
- Design teams: CCL Architects & Planners + Co-Forest Environment Design Association
- Contributors: LIN CHI CHIN、CHANG CHIEN LUNG CHIN、JIANG CHANG LIN、CHANG TSUNG JUI、KUNG CHENG TA、SHIH YU SHIN
- Client: Penghu County Government
- Area: 1,716㎡
- Max. Height: 9.5 m
- Completion date: August 2015
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Article source: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos
The building is arranged in ground floor favouring the ecological value of the plot, minimizing the impact of the construction and complying with accessibility criteria. Bearing in mind the characteristics of the urban environment -with great open spaces and towers of big height-, it is projected a building that tries to create its own scale and to protect itself.
Image Courtesy © Juan Rodríguez
- Architects: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos
- Project: Los Rosales Kinder Garden
- Location: La Coruña, Galicia, Spain
- Photographer: Juan Rodríguez
- Floor Area: 2065 m²
- Completion time: 2008
Friday, March 17th, 2017
Article source: architecture R/T
Nivim is Goa’s first Gold rated green building certified by the IGBC – Indian Green Building Council in October 2013. It sits on a 1025 square meter property on a hill in a sleepy village in Goa. Before construction, the site had 14 fully mature trees- two jackfruit trees, one mango tree, two tamarind trees and one telful tree. The design of the house incorporates all these existing trees. Two trees in particular were located right in the center of the property and one of them rises up almost 15 meters.
Image Courtesy © Bharat Ramamrutham.
- Architects: architecture R/T
- Project: Nivim House
- Location: Goa, India
- Photography: Bharat Ramamrutham.
- Software used: sketch up
Friday, August 12th, 2016
Article source: studio vs_architettura
The project involves the closing of the portico of a house of the sixties through the realization of a greenhouse defined by iron and glass volumes. Everything was born from the need to build a shelter for potted plants during winter time. The bioclimatic greenhouse, as well as a shelter for plants, performs the function of improvement of energy efficiency of the whole building.
Image Courtesy © arch. Giorgio Sepriano
- Architects: studio vs_architettura
- Project: Greenhouse GB
- Location: Bellagio, Italy
- Photography: arch. Giorgio Sepriano
- Year: 2016
Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
Article source: Salt & Water
Salt & Water design studio presents their recent project, eco-barge with a greenhouse on the Danube river in Belgrade, Serbia.
The barge was designed as a place where citizens of Belgrade could get acquainted with vertical gardens, special kinds of irrigation systems and alternative ways of growing organic food in urban areas with usually limited space. The project is also designed as a venue for various educational workshops, where people can learn everything first-hand.
Image Courtesy © Salt & Water
- Architects: Salt & Water
- Project: Eco-Barge on the Danube River
- Location: Belgrade, Serbia
- The complete working area: 96 M2
- Greenhouse: 39,5 M2
- Terrace: 21 M2
Thursday, April 30th, 2015
Article source: Andres Jaque Arquitectos
OJALÁ is the architectural response to the diversity of the neighborhood of Malasaña. A diversity that is expressed through out daily life as an accumulation of different ways of chatting, meeting, eating and drinking.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán, Rocío Romero
- Architects: Andres Jaque Arquitectos
- Project: OJALÁ
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Miguel de Guzmán, Rocío Romero
- Design, Coordination and Edition: Sebastian Bech-Ravn, Ljubo Dragomirov, Roberto González García, Senne Meesters, William Mondejar, Jorge Noguera Facuseh, Silvia Rueda Cuellar, Jarča Slamova
- Quantity Survey: Juan Pablo Prieto
- Graphic Design: Jorge López Conde
- Artistic Intervention Program: Curator, Roberto González García
- Artists: Dourone, José JaJaJa, Eva Solano
Wednesday, August 20th, 2014
O A X I S: a project inspired by the sun and the desert Oasis formations. The project as a new link between the desert, renewable energies and water-saving hydroponic agriculture in direct connection to the Arabian Peninsula nearby cities.
Image Courtesy © FORWARD THINKING ARCHITECTURE
Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014
Article source: Paolo Venturella Architecture
The main concept of the pavillion is to create two different spaces. One for the exhibition and another one for a big greenhouse. They are connected to allow people to walk in a unique single space. The greenhouse is the place where people can pick up and eat food directly from the hortus.
Image Courtesy © wemage
- Architects: Paolo Venturella Architecture
- Project: Austrian Pavilion EXPO 201
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Photography: wemage
- Software Used: Rhinoceros and Grasshopper
- Team Design: FabrizioFuriassi, Manuel Tonati, AngeloBalducci
- Year: 2013
- Type: competition
Friday, February 21st, 2014
Article source: Michael Jantzen
The Eco-Aquaponic House was designed as a public exhibit for a botanical garden to illustrate the potentials of growing fish and plants together in an eco-friendly and symbiotic way. This process called Aquaponic Gardening, merges fish and plants together. Waste deposited by the fish is cycled through the roots of the plants as a fertilizer. The plants filter the water and it is returned to the fish to cycle again and again. My Eco-Aquaponic House is basically a machine designed to facilitate this process in a very energy efficient and eco-friendly way.
Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen
- Architects: Michael Jantzen
- Project: The Eco-Aquaponic House
- Status: Unbuilt