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    [post_date] => 2020-08-07 16:16:35
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As a green and blue building, our design for the “Town Hall of the Future mg+” in Mönchengladbach actively contributes towards cooling the city. The sealed surfaces of the existing buildings are removed by adding different new green and blue components, such as parks, roof gardens, planted roofs, facade greenery, biotope areas and a variety of water elements. In addition to the cooling effect, the higher humidity improves the micro climate and, in combination with the improved air quality, increases the living conditions for citizens, flora and fauna. The plants clean the air by absorbing particulate matter and nitrogen, produce oxygen and use CO2 to grow and mature. The varied selection of plants encourages greater biodiversity in the environment, since these provide a habitat and source of food for birds and insects. Nesting boxes for bats and birds will also be incorporated within the grounds.

Design competition 2019,for more impressions check #townhallofthefuturebykwa.
Drawings by Pawel Pietkun

#kadawittfeldarchitektur #architecturaldesign #atmosphere #sketch #architecturalsketch #handdrawn #architecturalmodel #designcompetition #architecturalcompetition #designedbykwa #townhallofthefuture #lostandfoundarchitecture #greenarchitecture #greenbuildings #archilovers #mönchengladbach[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://www.instagram.com/p/CDl1OBZJbM9/
    [post_title] => Town Hall of the Future – Or how can a building improve the urban climate? As a green and blue building, our design for the “Town Hall of the Future mg+” in Mönchengladbach actively contributes towards cooling the city. The sealed surfaces of the existing buildings are removed by adding different new green and blue components, such as parks, roof gardens, planted roofs, facade greenery, biotope areas and a variety of water elements. In addition to the cooling effect, the higher humidity improves the micro climate and, in combination with the improved air quality, increases the living conditions for citizens, flora and fauna. The plants clean the air by absorbing particulate matter and nitrogen, produce oxygen and use CO2 to grow and mature. The varied selection of plants encourages greater biodiversity in the environment, since these provide a habitat and source of food for birds and insects. Nesting boxes for bats and birds will also be incorporated within the grounds. Design competition 2019,for more impressions check #townhallofthefuturebykwa. Drawings by Pawel Pietkun #kadawittfeldarchitektur #architecturaldesign #atmosphere #sketch #architecturalsketch #handdrawn #architecturalmodel #designcompetition #architecturalcompetition #designedbykwa #townhallofthefuture #lostandfoundarchitecture #greenarchitecture #greenbuildings #archilovers #mönchengladbach
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