Brewerymarket Architectural designed by Lorene Faure and Kenny Kinugasa Tsui Architects
Here is a Brewerymarket Architectural designed by Lorene Faure and Kenny Kinugasa Tsui Architects. Many architects are inspired by the architecture of nature and follow her example, two creative designers have studied plant design of a building remarkable.Lorene Faure-Kinugasa Tsui was awarded third prize at the farmers market with its innovative agriculture beer called Hop Farm urban design Brewerymarket.
Brewerymarket design was conceived with the plan to create a space in the historic neighborhood of Highland Square West Highlands. The main entrance is in a prime location Brewerymarket, 32 West Avenue, en route to Denver, where the Colorado Convention Center celebrates the annual festival of American beer.
Another intention is that Brewerymarket building of local identity, consolidate the Highlands of West London to present the best year-round programming, including agriculture and brewing hops. To display the talent, there is an area designated as the place for community events and arts live music and vendors are assigned spaces flexible market to sell their products.
The innovation of Brewerymarket building is based on the natural properties of the plant of Salto. Hop is a main ingredient in beer production, adding flavor and work as a stabilizing agent. He paid special dedicated to the interior structure, a dynamic garden is recreated inside. Hops are grown in the posts and hopefully decorate the interior of green facade of the building. The idea of adjustable mounting systems for modular valve plates are derived from the observations of the designer of natural material properties of cloves of hops.
Many other aspects of Brewerymarket building were taken from nature. The clear PVC folding roof canopy acts as a condenser. Take water for other uses such as irrigation or the front of the beer brewery hops farm. The modus operandi of this lightweight system is simple and has low maintenance cost.
Similar to the shape of a plant, the geometry of the folding awning is designed with a maximum surface area to increase heat exchange. Heat is dissipated during the night, with condensation and provides an inclined surface in the channel rainwater white funnel, which in turn drain water that accumulates in the brewery.[Brewerymarket]
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Brewerymarket designed by Lorene Faure and Kenny Kinugasa Tsui_a721Architecs
Brewerymarket designed by Faure and Kinugasa Tsui
Brewerymarket designed by Lorene Faure and Kenny Kinugasa Tsui_a720Architecs