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Design : à New York on réinvente les cabines téléphoniques !

Design : à New York on réinvente les cabines téléphoniques  ! | D'Dline 2020, vecteur du bâtiment durable | Scoop.it

When Mayor Bloomberg announced New York City’s Reinvent Payphones Design Challenge last winter, it was an opportunity to see how designers would reimagine these idle relics of last century’s infrastructure into something other than a shading device for smartphone-browsing in sunny weather.

 


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Nouveaux styles, nouvelles fonctions pour des cabines téléphoniques du futur 

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kaja jacobs's curator insight, March 11, 2013 11:20 AM

looks so cool but people can do what you are doing not so cool

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[innovation] Chauffage : le data center, une nouvelle source de chaleur (+vidéo)

[innovation] Chauffage : le data center, une nouvelle source de chaleur (+vidéo) | D'Dline 2020, vecteur du bâtiment durable | Scoop.it

Le gouvernement mise sur l'efficacité énergétique. Parmi ses objectifs: la rénovation thermique de 500.000 logements. Mais pas seulement. Pour faire des économies d'énergie, les idées ne manquent pas. Pourquoi ne pas se servir de la chaleur des data center ? Illustration à Val d'Europe en Seine-et-Marne, ce pôle d'attractivité économique tout proche d'Eurodisney.
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L'innovation collaborative décolle enfin

L'innovation collaborative décolle enfin | D'Dline 2020, vecteur du bâtiment durable | Scoop.it
De plus en plus d'entreprises et de laboratoires publics et privés travaillent ensemble sur des projets innovants communs selon une étude l'Institut national de la propriété intellectuelle (INPI) dévoilée par La Tribune.

 

La volonté d'ouverture des acteurs est de plus en plus grande, même si des blocages existent encore.


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Hydrocity : une innovation majeure dans la gestion de l'eau non potable

Hydrocity : une innovation majeure dans la gestion de l'eau non potable | D'Dline 2020, vecteur du bâtiment durable | Scoop.it

Labellisé par la Novosphère en juin 2012, le projet Hydrocity®, désormais breveté, a été présenté au 14ème Carrefour des gestions locales de l'eau, les mercredi 23 et jeudi 24 janvier 2013 à Rennes. Ce soutien récompense un concept de gestion des eaux pluviales qui s'appuie sur la complémentarité de plusieurs métiers. Hydrocity® est une solution complète permettant d'utiliser de l'eau recyclée partout où l'eau potable n'est pas nécessaire.


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Smart Cities + Green Megaprojects of the Future

Smart Cities + Green Megaprojects of the Future | D'Dline 2020, vecteur du bâtiment durable | Scoop.it

For many years, architects and city planners from around the world have been trying to create the green ideal: an entire city built to strict environmental standards- highly functional while still retaining aesthetic value.

 

Here’s a look at some green building and community design that caught our attention in recent months and may (or may not) become reality in the next several years. Their physical footprints may be large, but by using features such as wind power, solar, rainwater recycling and advanced air quality controls, their carbon footprints don't have to be...


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Norm Miller's curator insight, January 2, 2013 4:32 PM

This is going beyond Mazdar in Dubai.  The reality is that we need to transform existing cities since starting from scratch is rare.  We need to retrofit cities more than build new ones, but still it is interesting.

Alexandre Pépin's curator insight, March 4, 2013 6:31 AM

 

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Urban Sustainability: The cities of the future will be grown, not built...

Urban Sustainability: The cities of the future will be grown, not built... | D'Dline 2020, vecteur du bâtiment durable | Scoop.it

The cities of the future will have waste-to-energy plants, not shopping malls or churches, at their center, according to urban designer Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE.

At DLD Cities in London, he said "cities have centers that celebrate previous centuries -- in Europe, the cities celebrated spirituality, with cathedrals. After some time, the cathedrals became downtown cores- and celebrations of capitalism and commercialism".

The cities of the future will celebrate "the belief of what keeps us alive" - or elements of the city that make our lives better.

 

Terreform ONE, a green design company in Brooklyn, explores biohacks for the ecological issues facing modern cities. For instance, the waste New York City produces every hour weighs as much as the Statue of Liberty - in the future that waste could be recompacted into building blocks, or recycled "bales". Looking beyond recycling, though, it would be even better to create a city which didn't produce waste in the first place...

That means growing thousands of homes -- building a new suburb could involve twisting, pruning and manipulating large trees into the frames of buildings. "There would be no difference between the home and nature -- it would be something that would be a positive addition to the ecology," explained Joachim.

 

For more information on these innovative concepts, including biomimicry and new green technology proposals for future cities, stop by to read the complete article and visit referenced links on urban sustainability...


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