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Bellastock | Architecture EXPÉRIMENTALE -

Bellastock | Architecture EXPÉRIMENTALE - | architecture verte | Scoop.it

Bellastock est une association d’architecture expérimentale, œuvrant pour la valorisation des lieux et de leurs ressources. Travaillant sur des problématiques liées aux cycles de la matière et au réemploi, l'association engage la volonté de partager ses savoir-faire avec le grand public. Elle initie ainsi des projets innovants, écologiques et solidaires, et propose des alternatives à l’acte traditionnel de construire ; elle organise la matière, préfigure les transformations territoriales.


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Bellastock est une plateforme de recherche expérimentale et de création collective en architecture. Cycles de la matière et réemploi sont nos obsessions.

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#7 / Le Centre d’Hébergement Provisoire du 16ème : comment les architectes défendent leur projet ? : Urbanités

#7 / Le Centre d’Hébergement Provisoire du 16ème : comment les architectes défendent leur projet ? : Urbanités | architecture verte | Scoop.it
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Exposition : Yona Friedman ou l’art d’improviser en architecture - Culture

Jusqu’au 7 novembre prochain, une exposition à la Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine déploie les œuvres aussi graphiques que théoriques de l’architecte né en 1923. Et rappelle que s
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Sustainable Architecture: The International Style of the 21st Century

Sustainable Architecture: The International Style of the 21st Century | architecture verte | Scoop.it

Sustainability is defined as our ability to meet our present needs without compromising the abilities of future generations to meet their own. The three Es (Economy, Ecology, and Equality) and the three Ps (People, Planet, Profit) are simple guides for sustainability as a consideration in decision-making.

These ideals can combine with 3 current pillars of architecture to come up with a new series of precepts: program, economy, operation, and harmony.

-Program describes the purpose of the building and its ability to carry out that function for the ease and comfort of those who would inhabit it. It is most concerned with people and the human element of the architectural experience.

-Economy speaks to the ability of a building to stand and is concerned primarily with its production and use of materials both physical and nonphysical. It is most concerned with the component parts of that which makes up a building and minimizing waste.

-Operation is all about the performance of a building in all of the non-human aspects, such as light, air, water, and energy. Economy and operation are strongly related and are opposite sides of the same coin; one has profound effects on the other.

-Finally, harmony is an expression of the building as a whole and how well it relates to itself, the world around it, and those who use it. It is the most subjective of the pillars and is mostly aesthetic. Similar to the relationship of economy to operation, harmony is the reciprocal of program; one is the consideration of the building unto itself, the other the consideration of the building unto the world...

 

In the weeks to come, these four pillars will be covered in more depth looking at the theoretical, practical, and technological ins and outs of Sustainable architecture- the International Style of the 21st century.


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Jemma Tanner's curator insight, October 28, 2013 11:32 PM

This article gave me an idea for a design task activity consisting of making your own sustainable building. If I were to ever create this activity I'd probably find an old building in the city that was going to be knocked down and create a story that the students had to design the replacement. I'd give criteria based around sustainable practices as well as what functions the building must have. The main focus I'd give them would be that the building needs to meet the needs of the residents without compromising future generations. From this resource I would take the three Ps mention - Purpose (does it fulfill the purpose for which it was designed), Physical (does it achieve the physical requirements given) and Pleasing (does it look good). If I really wanted to extend this task I could create a budget for the building in which the students would have to manage during its creation. I'd definitely do this as a group task because collaboration between students always generates more ideas.

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Biennale de Venise : Olivier Leclercq présente Actes et Cités

Biennale de Venise : Olivier Leclercq présente Actes et Cités | architecture verte | Scoop.it
Persuadé que l’architecte doit prendre part à la politique, Olivier Leclercq, architecte associé à Cyrille Hanappe de l’agence AIR architectures…
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Chroniques d'Architecture | Archi debout compte les jours, et les nuits

Chroniques d'Architecture | Archi debout compte les jours, et les nuits | architecture verte | Scoop.it
Le dimanche 15 mai 2016 avait lieu la seconde assemblée générale d'Archi debout, place de la République à Paris
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