"comunidad homex" atizapan. 8 Spruce Street. 8 Spruce Street, originally known as Beekman Tower and currently marketed as New York by Gehry, is a 76-story skyscraper designed by architect Frank Gehry in the New York City borough of Manhattan at 8 Spruce Street, between William and Nassau Streets, in Lower Manhattan, just south of City Hall Plaza and the Brooklyn Bridge.
Details Public elementary school The school is sheathed in reddish-tan brick, and covers 100,000 square feet (9,300 m2) of the first five floors of the building. It will host over 600 students enrolled in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade classes. A fourth floor roof deck will hold 5,000 square feet (460 m2) of outdoor play space. Luxury rentals Above the elementary school is an 898 unit luxury residential tower clad in stainless steel. Hospital and other uses The building also includes space for New York Downtown Hospital. The hospital will take up 25,000 square feet (2,300 m2), and will have public parking below ground.
Vivienda económica. Edificios verticales.
Green wall. 節電のために、この夏は東京のどこでもグリーン・ウォール「垂直の庭」が作られています。
混雑して、背が高い都市では、垂直の表面のほうが屋根より多いです。 まず、杉並区役所とマンションのベランダでグリーン・カーテンが作られました。 今、事務所や店の建物で、グリーン・ウォ―ルを作りはじめました。 夏にグリーン・カーテンはヒートアイランド現象の緩和のために良くて、一年中、グーリン・ウォールは庭や農園や生息地を提供します。 この写真を芝公園、新宿御苑前、大井町、大門で撮りました。 Spurred by the energy crisis post-Fukushima, there’s been a notable increase in the number of mid-rise office and retail buildings with green walls. Tokyo has far more vertical surfaces than roof areas, and we are only at the very beginning of creating an urban forest. I have been following this topic for a while, and have watched this idea spread from notable public spaces like Suginami’s ward office (world’s largest green curtain) to apartment balconies, flower shops, and now commercial and retail spaces.
Some questions I have include: What types of plants can be grown vertically and for what functions: aesthetics, habitat, scent, seasonal change, food? The answers will come from experimentation and diffusion. 1. 2. 3. 4. Like this: Like Loading...