UN17 Village, Danska
    Utorak, 25 Prosinac 2018 16:48

    UN17 Village, Danska

    Eko-selo u Danskoj ispunjavati će sve ciljeve održivog razvoja koje propisuje UN! Selo UN17 prestavlja prvi građevinski projekt u svijetu koji će ostvariti svih 17 ciljeva održivog razvoja propisanih od strane Ujedinjenih nacija. Njegov idejni tvorac je arhitektonski biro Lendager grupa iz Danske. Lendager je odneo titulu pobjednika na copenhaškom natječaju kojim se obilježava 25 godina razvoja i koje će biti krunisano završetkom nove gradske četvrti, Ørestad South. Upravo će dio ovog naselja biti napravljeno po uzoru na projekt pobjednika. Izgradnja Sela UN17 trebalo bi da bude završena 2023. godine. Stambeni kapaciteti danske prestolnice biti će prošireni za 400 domova na površini od 35 tisuća kvadratnih metara. Cilj projektanata bio je da selo bude višestruko održivo – iz perspektive zaštite životne sredine, društva, operativnih troškova, klime unutar objekata i bioraznolikosti. Građevinski sektor odgovoran je za više od 30 posto globalne emisije CO2. Projekt Landager grupe je pokazatelj da je ovaj broj moguće smanjiti i to promjenom smjera gledanja. Otpad treba da se promatra kao resurs. U nastanku Sela UN17 biti će korišteni reciklirani, netoksični, certificirani materijali. Njih je razvila upravo kompanija i postoji mogućnost za njihovu upotrebu na industrijskom nivou. Sirovine se pribavljaju iz lokalne zajednice, gdje se i prerađuju u krajnji proizvod. Na taj način, stanovništvu se pruža mogućnost zaposlenja, a čovječanstvu da se zgrade u budućnosti grade od našeg smeća. Na krovovima kuća biti će postavljeni solarni paneli, zahvaljujući kojima će domaćinstva biti potencijalno energetski samodovoljna i nezavisna, a krovni vrtovi povećati će biološku raznovrsnost naselja. Osnivač kompanije Anders Lendager objasnio je da su težili da svojim projektom pruže građanima priliku za održiv životni stil. „Do sada je fokus održive gradnje bio na smanjenju emisija štetnih plinova. Mi promatramo čitav životni vijek jedne građevine – od upotrebljenih materijala, preko zdravlja, do kvaliteta života.“
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    UN17 Village to be built in Copenhagen with recycled materials
    A 35,000-square-metre eco-village is going to be built in Copenhagen using recycled concrete, wood and glass. Architecture studios Lendager Group and Årstiderne Arkitekter won a competition to design the UN17 Village, a housing development set to provide 400 new homes in Ørestad South, a district to the south of the Danish capital. Their proposal is to create "the first building project in the world" to address all of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with particular focus on using sustainable resources and creating healthy, social communities. "With the UN17 Village, we wanted to create not only an iconic and sustainable building from recycled materials, but also the opportunity for a sustainable lifestyle," said Anders Lendager, founder of Lendager Group. "So far, the focus for sustainable buildings has mainly been on their carbon emissions," he explained. "Not only did we want to create an iconic building made from recycled materials, but also an opportunity for a sustainable lifestyle". "UN17 Village therefore looks at the whole lifecycle of the building – including material use, health, and quality of life." The design team was selected ahead of big-name studios including BIG and Henning Larsen, in a competition run by property developer NREP. The proposal comprises five housing blocks built from recycled concrete and wood, as well as upcycled windows. The structures will rely solely on sustainable energy. Each will be topped with a rooftop garden, to encourage biodiversity, and will also feature rainwater collection facilities capable of recycling 1.5 million litres of water every year. There will be 37 different housing typologies, with a mix family dwellings, co-living spaces and senior accommodation. They will create homes for up to 800 people, as well as an estimated 100 job opportunities. To further this, 3,000 square-metres of the complex is dedicated to communal spaces for use by both the residents and the people of Ørestad. Lendager said the aim is to reduce inequality, by creating "a diverse and strong neighbourhood, where people can live regardless of family structure and age". Other facilities will include a conference centre that hosts sustainability-focused events, an organic restaurant, greenhouses and food-sharing facilities, to encourage people to grow their own food and reduce waste. The architects hope the scheme will set a precedent for the rest of the world, forming a sustainable building model that can be applied at any scale. According to Lendager, the project will address all 17 of the UN's SDGs. "We have developed a scalable process that brings all the SDGs into focus. By translating these into solutions, we have created a tool that everyone in the industry can implement," he added. The Ørestad South district of Copenhagen has been in development for the past 25 years. Other well-known projects in the areas include the award-winning 8 House by BIG and Street Hall Ørestad, a wooden sports centre by NORD Architects.
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