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San Francisco Approves Huge Eco-Makeover

San Francisco Approves Huge Eco-Makeover | Top CAD Experts updates |
San Francisco is clearly embracing the 21st century trend of new urbanism. An inspiring proposal was approved last week to turn the heart of San Fran’s downtown area into a mecca of urban living.

Along with the existing plans for a new transit hub, all together it will create a more walkable, sustainable, and dynamic center that promotes core environmental values to the area. The Planning Commission of S.F. approved the addition of six new 850-foot skyscrapers along with one that will be 1,070 feet, superseding the skyline summit of the Transamerica Pyramid building, making it the tallest building on the west coast. In addition, a comprehensive transit hub nicknamed the Grand Central Terminal of the West is already in the works...

Via Lauren Moss, Marc Rougier, J. Campbell
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Bir / Hedonistic Rooftop Penthouses by JDS Architects

Bir / Hedonistic Rooftop Penthouses by JDS Architects | Top CAD Experts updates |
Situated in Denmark, the 'Hedonistic Rooftop Penthouse' project was completed by JDS Architects in the year 2011. The projects was executed is one of the most densely populated areas of inner Nørrebro, Copenhagen. This 9,50,000 Euro project is reflected in a playground with shock-absorbing surface and a playful suspension bridge, a green hill with varying accommodation backed by real grass and durant vegetation, a viewing platform, an outdoor kitchen and barbecue, and a more quiet wooden deck.


According to the architects, "We seek to optimize and fully exploit the situations the site has to offer, and thereby design a potential for the future exploitation of the roof to the delight of all the co-op’s residents. Usually a roof defines a final measure of any construction. We imagine cities where people will be the last measure of the environment."

Via Lauren Moss
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