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US News House on Stels -so Unemori Architects also brings the hardest weather conditions

22:21  30 july  2021
22:21  30 july  2021 Source:   ad-magazin.de

China: Diluvian rains create chaos in the east, a dam threatens to collapse

 China: Diluvian rains create chaos in the east, a dam threatens to collapse © supplied by the Parisian the Parisian the Germany and Belgium are not the only ones to face the caprices the weather. In China, in Henan Province, bad weather has caused impressive floods. In the city of Zhengzhou, cars have even been carried away by the waters, giving rise to images barely belierable. ???????? China: ???? ️ The city of Zhengzhou affected by important floods this Tuesday in the province of Henan (???? via @shanghaieye ) pic.twitter.com/amicmrcwxb - Alexandre (@alex_le_bars )

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  Haus auf Stelzen -so trotzen Unemori Architects auch härtesten Wetterbedingungen © Kai Nakamura

Master of Building on Small Surfaces: Hiroyuki Unemori

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"Small House" called Unemori Architects's first construction in Tokyo. And the name was program: 17 square meters, the construction includes, just twice as much the property. Hiroyuki Unemori is a master of the urban follow-up , his designs make the most of every little chapter. Great prestige blasts, for example to the Olympiad in Tokyo, are his thing rather not, instead, the architect and his team are making a small big one.

& Unemori Architects © Kai Nakamura Unemori Architects Unemori Architects © Kai Nakamura Unemori Architects Unemori Architects © Kai Nakamura Unemori Architects The most recent project of Unemori Architects stands on Stels

Your most recent project stands in Takaoka on the west coast of the Japanese main island Honshū, where it is Especially strict winters still needs. In order to protect the single-storey house with at least 134 square meters of fundamental area prior to heavy rainfall and floods in the spring, represent the architects on 70 centimeters high stilts. Large window surfaces also leave a lot of light into the interior on the short winter days and steer the look at the same time sent away from the neighboring houses. Three bodies joined each other together form a protected courtyard in which the two children of the residents can play carefree. Inside, clear surfaces arose at different levels and with graduated ceiling heights structuring the open space. The nursery floats like an observation deck at the top, and from the living room, the look is out of the country and in the sky.

"Forest Art Project": In Normandy of artists expose and commit themselves to the protection of biodiversity

 until 19 September, the exhibition "Forest Art Project" is displayed in five places of the Channel department. Artists argue the public about the crucial role of forests for the protection of biodiversity. © Provided by FranceInfo How to challenge the public about the absolute need to protect the flora to preserve the environment? The "Forest Art Project" association responds to this challenge by presenting the riches of primary forests through art.

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Krass! This is Germany's first house from the 3-D printer .
in the North Rhine-Westphalian Beckum is the first house of Germany, which originated in the 3-D printer. We have all information about the impressive construction revolution! © Graphner / iStock 3-D Printer First House of Germany from the 3-D Printer Screws, Shoes, Meat Replacement - Meanwhile, all sorts of things can be produced using a 3-D printer. But a whole house? This too is how a project in the North Rhine-Westphalian Beckum impressively demonstrates.

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