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Stairs are so hypnotizing.
#Repost @architecture_discipline (@get_repost ) ・・・ JDH is an Urban Regeneration Project that we’ve been associated with since 2016. It aims to restore the old Walled City of Jodhpur to its former glory. . Seen here : The Toorji Ka Jhalra that was restored to former glory, to become a truly democratic space which the locals enjoy. . . . . . . . . . . . . . #architecturediscipline #designedbydiscipline #architecture #architecturedesign #architektur #homedesign #architecturephotography #architecture_minimal #architecturaldetail #architecturedaily #archdaily #architettura #architetto #architektura #architectureandpeople #architecturedetails #architecturegram #archtizer #india #incredibleindia #indianarchitecture #jodhpur #jdh #rajasthan #urbanregeneration
A flowing canopy roof of slates has emerged in recent weeks in the pristine gardens of London's Serpentine Galleries. ⠀ ⠀ Supported by a forest of superslim columns, the cavernous space will begin welcoming guests this week as the galleries' 2019 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Japanese architect Junya Ishigami. ⠀ .⠀ Photo by Iwan Baan @iwanbaan
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New York City's demand for fresh fruit and vegetables is increasing, as do most of the metropolitan areas in the world. Instead of importing goods from other states, which dramatically increases the prices because of transportation and logistics expenses, a more sustainable and practical solution is proposed. That is, using empty lots for better purposes, such as the vertical farming concept. This concept will obviously be more popular and broad in the future, especially in metropolitan areas in the world. ⁣⁣ The site determined by AWR Competitions is currently being used a parking lot, adjacent to The High Line. Main entrance of the structure connects with The High Line by a bridge, and interior structure and design continues to carry chips and marks from The High Line and Manhattan's urban texture. To maximize the sustainability features, much of the materials on the outer side are recovered junk metal plates, railroad ties and solar panels. ⁣⁣ On the farming floors, pivoted solar panels are used to let the sunlight in or block it to create suitable environement for different plant species. When faced towards sun, they create electricty, and when not, they block the sunlight and the heat. This also helps to the natural ventilation and cuts the expenses for HVAC units. On the rooftop, rain water is collected and used for watering of the plants below. With all these integrities, not only does the project offers local and organic farming to the habitants of the city -and the residents of the building itself-, but also a near-zero energy consumption and CO2 release. ⁣⁣ Type: Competition / Status: 3rd Prize / Team: Osman Hacioglu, Ali Dulger, Nurdan Karagunlu, Tarik Keskin / Year: 2015 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------⁣⁣ Follow:- @im_an_architect   for more feeds -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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