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Hanham Eco-Village By HTA Architects

UK will soon be building 195 zero carbon homes by the end of this year with the first homes expected to be completed by 2010. Developed by HTA Architects, the Hanham Hall Eco Village can be the largest eco-friendly village in UK, as it occupies 6.6 hectare of space. This former hospital in Bristol will be renovated and refurbished and transform it into a community center. The 195 homes will be built using energy efficient materials that are recycled from the existing buildings in the site. Aside from the sustainable materials, an onsite biomass CHP plant will power all of the 195 homes to promote eco-lifestyle.

Hanham Hall Eco Village

Hanham Hall Eco Village

Hanham Hall Eco Village

Hanham Hall Eco Village

Hanham Hall Eco Village

Hanham Hall Eco Village

Source: via The Architects’ Journal



Muller’s Solar And Wind Power Car : To Travel Around The World Without Emitting Even A Single Gram Of CO2

We all know that majority of us right now are aware of Global Warming. Because of this issue, more and more designers are encouraged to design eco-friendly items in order to lessen possible harm we causes to the environment. Included in those people who wanted to help save the earth is a Swiss engineer Mark Muller with his intention to travel 40,000 Km using his designed vehicle the Wind and Solar Powered Car without emitting any CO2. This one of a kind eco-car will be having solar panels to power the car during daytime. When driving at night, it has wind powered generator to supply the vehicles energy needs.

Muller Eco-car

Muller Eco-car

Muller Eco-car

Via : Auto Motto



Savannehuis By LAM Architects

Giraffes are fun to look at and even if they are known to be wild, they are also a friendly kind of animals and deserve to have a good and safe shelter. Dutch Architects from LAM have just completed a wonderful shelter for our beloved Giraffes at the Rotterdam Zoo. What is more interesting about it is that, it is a sustainable kind of enclosure. Designed to take advantage of passive solar heating and natural ventilations and lighting, the architects for this sustainable animal shelter takes the “cradle-to-cradle” approach to the design and construction. With this architectural design, eco-friendly living is now possible not only to human beings but to our friendly animals as well.

Savannehuis

Savannehuis

Savannehuis

Savannehuis

Savannehuis

Source: LAM Architects via Dezeen



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