Daegu Green Public Library

Green design and energy efficiency according to US LEED Certification Daegu / South Korea / 2012

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The aim of the project is to embed the importance of sustainability and energy efficiency inside people s minds through an active approach, that relate the importance of a great example in a society that cares about culture and future, understanding that this is the best way to improve. The green technologies adopted are strictly related one another and to the building volume and shape too, according to an integrated omni-comprhiensive approach and to the LEED Certification. The smart envelope, designed as a double skin facade, as well as the other technologies adopted allow this building to be considered one of the greenest public library example, because of its energy consumption of only 34 kWh/m2 year. For more detailed informations go '>http://emanuelevanni.altervista.org/deagu.html'>
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    The aim of the project is to embed the importance of sustainability and energy efficiency inside people s minds through an active approach, that relate the importance of a great example in a society that cares about culture and future, understanding that this is the best way to improve. The green technologies adopted are strictly related one another and to the building volume and shape too, according to an integrated omni-comprhiensive approach and to the LEED Certification. The smart envelope,...

    Project details
    • Year 2012
    • Main structure Reinforced concrete
    • Status Research/Thesis
    • Type Parks, Public Gardens / multi-purpose civic centres / Multi-purpose Cultural Centres / Libraries / Conference Centres / Pavilions / Leisure Centres / Exhibitions /Installations / Private clubs/recreation centres / Media Libraries / Day-care centres
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