Popular Architecture's Mile High Eco

 Tower - S2

Popular Architecture Super Tower

This is a concept tower by Popular Architecture envisioned for Tower Hamlets in East London.  The design is a reaction, at least in part, to sprawl issues.  London is expected to need housing for 100,000 new people per year until 2016, and currently, most of housing that's being built is low-density projects in commuter towns.  Popular Architecture's Super Tower could house up to about 100,000 people with a seriously low site requirement (considering the number of people within the structure). 

The 1,500 meter tall tower would have about 500 floors.  You'd find floors or sections for needs such as a university, farmer's market, pubs, a town hall, sky gardens, etc.  Anything and everything would be in the building.  There's even a fire station on the 419th floor!  Which raises the question: what do you do if there is a fire above or below the 419th floor

If built, Popular Architecture's concept would be three times larger than anything in London.  Construction would occur in 20-floor phases, with the final height of 1,500 meters subject to completion of the entire phased construction program. 

I must admit, however, when I first saw this skyscraper design, I thought to myself, maybe mile high is too tall.  I mean, do we reach a point where there is a diminishing margin of returns in terms of ecological, financial, or community benefits?  There must be a highway system of elevators for all the back and forth needs of 100,000 people.  I can't even comprehend the extent of the safety issues that might be presented as well.  So, how on earth do you contain all that in one building?






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عکس های بسیار جالب از برج میلاد خودمون از مراحل اجرا

 تا افتتاح این برج که نماد ایران شده است.


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طراحی یک برج جدید با فرمی کاملا کتفاوت


Ecological and Sustainable Architecture > Tunisia

_project Name: The Eco Tower

_location: Tunis, Tunisia

_brief: To design a tower with a positive environmental impact that demonstrates Tunisia's inclusion in 21st century ecological awareness.

_considerations: To make a solid statement for a city-centre building, housing every modern convenience for daily living whilst utilizing every energy-saving device that could physically be incorporated into the overall design.

_response: A zero-carbon footprint was achieved using every passive cooling and power generating tool available to create the perfect environmentally-green building. Scheduled for completion in 2009.

برای دیدن عکسها بوی لینک زیر کلیک کنید

مشاهده عکس ها

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برج ANARA دبی


ادامه مطلب
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چندتا عکس بسیار دیدنی از برج العرب دبی.

Borg Al Arab (Arab Tower Hotel)














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Contemporary Architecture Design Home by David

 Jay Weiner Architect

Contemporary Architecture Home Design

If you would like to renovate or build some new house i suggest you to build a house with green island and beautiful scenery which will help you to beauty your home ! Would it look anything like this one? Not actually in the middle of nowhere, architect David Jay Weiner has just put up a contemporary cottage design in Stephentown, New York, that totally caught our eye. Meant as a weekend retreat place, the unique and irregular cottage comes with expansive glazed facades set in a black wooden frame. On the inside, a a feeling of relaxation and serenity prevails. Everything has it’s very own special place. There are tall ceiling rooms with modern furniture and white walls and floors. Definitely stands out from its pastoral, grassy meadow surroundings.

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