Week 10. This is cultural corridor Chapultepec proposal which will be build by 2017 in Mexico. Once a calm historic road became a highway. To revitalize the historical richness, architects suggest pedestrian walkway of 0.8 miles. Elevated promenade will hold cultural, commercial, and recreational programs.

FR-EE Proposes to Restore Mexico City Avenue with Cultural Corridor Chapultepec

FR-EE Proposes to Restore Mexico City Avenue with Cultural Corridor Chapultepec,© FR-EE / Fernando Romero EnterprisE

Week 4. This is Farming Kindergarten in Vietnam. They have rooftop garden where they hold classes and green grass playgrounds all around. If we want to leave the beautiful planet for future generations, we must educate children how to lead a more sustainable lifestyle.

Vo Trong Nghia Architects designed Farming Kindergarten, a knot-shaped education building that teaches preschoolers how to grow their own food.

Week 6. Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is the great example of how architecture changes urban atmosphere. Before the museum was built, the northern Spanish city of Bilbao was abandoned. After it was built, there are millions of tourists visited this place making it one of the most interesting destinations in the world.

This video series is realized in collaboration with ‘Architectures’ — a series presented by the Arts and Culture Bureau — offering unique views into the conc.

Week 10. Arbat Street in Moscow is one of the most famous pedestrian destinations. There is no car access to this street. It is full of historic architecture, restaurants, shops, and entertainment facilities.

Arbat Street - Top Things to Do

Week Arbat Street in Moscow is one of the most famous pedestrian destinations. There is no car access to this street. It is full of historic architecture, restaurants, shops, and entertainment facilities.

Week 9. It is very vital to use sustainable materials for building construction. Here are wool bricks, they are 35% stronger and non-toxic. By adding abundant local wool into brick substrate, it becomes very efficieny. The bricks also insulate building better than regular bricks.

Wool Bricks - Adding wool and a natural polymer to the clay of the brick, the brick has of strength increased compare to other bricks.

Week 8. It is essential to empower children from slums through education. It is necessary to build as many schools and sport centers in slums as possible. Public transportation is poorly developed in slums so many children don’t even have chance to access school physically.  This image shows mobile bus classrooms in Mumbai which give children the chance to study.

Back to School Edition: Mobile Classrooms Set Up in the Slums of India’s Largest Cities

Week 8. One of the steps the architect can do to improve poor living is to design sustainable low-cost affordable housing for people who live in slums. Here is an example how architects propose $300 house with solar panel to to power light, phone charger, and outdoor spotlight for security.

Bringing mod cons to the slums

There’s an urgent need for sustainable housing solutions for the urban poor. Meet the people hoping to revolutionise slum living with hi-tech, low-cost ideas.

Week 12. Here is the zero energy house  by Marra + Yeh Architects. The building is made out of re-used local materials. The building collects rainwater and has modest footprint making it eco-friendly.

Week Here is the zero energy house by Marra + Yeh Architects. The building is made out of re-used local materials. The building collects rainwater and has modest footprint making it eco-friendly.

Week 10. Boston Quincy Market pedestrian walk  is very lively and famous destination. Due to architectural richness and ability to move there safely, this place attracts amount of people every day. Quincy Market also represents food culture which is so important for people today.

Week 10. Boston Quincy Market pedestrian walk is very lively and famous destination. Due to architectural richness and ability to move there safely, this place attracts amount of people every day. Quincy Market also represents food culture which is so important for people today.

Week 12. San Francisco exploratorium is the great example of sustainable architecture. The roof holds 1.3 megawatt photovoltaic array. Water is used for building heating and cooling. Used materials are sustainable and can withstand maritime climate.

The 10 Most Sustainable Architecture Projects Of 2016

Week San Francisco exploratorium is the great example of sustainable architecture. The roof holds megawatt photovoltaic array. Water is used for building heating and cooling. Used materials are sustainable and can withstand maritime climate.

Week 12. Here is sustainable living pavillion in New York. It consists mostly of milk crates and plants which are inserted into crates. The structure is shade and wind tolerant and can be easily removed after summer season.

Week Here is sustainable living pavillion in New York. It consists mostly of milk crates and plants which are inserted into crates. The structure is shade and wind tolerant and can be easily removed after summer season.

Week 11. My goal was to minimize car presence as much as possible. The great example is Times Square in New York. Making people dominating on the street would make cars uncomfortable so they will start picking up other routes.

Week My goal was to minimize car presence as much as possible. The great example is Times Square in New York. Making people dominating on the street would make cars uncomfortable so they will start picking up other routes.

Week 11. My proposal is to maximize pedestrian space adding biking and minimizing car moment. Cars would feel uncomfortable just having one available lane so they would start rerouting their road avoiding this place.

Week My proposal is to maximize pedestrian space adding biking and minimizing car moment. Cars would feel uncomfortable just having one available lane so they would start rerouting their road avoiding this place.

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