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self-sufficient Bike Base!

self-sufficient Bike Base designed as a sustainable building for Europe!

“…MODULAR SPACE ARCHITECTURE /

CONTAINER ARCHITECTURE

A sensible answer to many of our most challenging housing problems, modular space / container architecture is the hottest thing in building today. Easy to transport, environmentally friendly, reusable and recyclable, container buildings represent the essence of the future today.

Key words describing modular container units:

Original, practicable, fictitious, sensible, fantastic, minimalist, exotic, pragmatic, futuristic, modular nature, universal transportability, availability, sustainable, standardised, robust, stackable, inexpensive…”



The Program:

A meeting point for cyclists, a place for refreshment and rest.

Servicing bicycles and electrical bicycles

Free wireless internet connection,

Charging batteries for computers, mobile phones.

Charging for electrical bicycles and motorcycles.



About the proposal (concept):

An architectural object that can be repeated in both the city and the world, a container of activities that can transportase and easily assembled, it generates an image and possesses a strong and friendly relationship with the environment.

The project is structured around three elements, three modules, each with a specific activity.

The vertical module has stairs, bathrooms and storage tank for rainwater,

the horizontal floor module contains the function of energy charge or repair the bikes, and the horizontal module( in the second floor) has the coffee point functions, with wifi for laptop .

The three elements are linked by a plastic object, “energy ribbon”, which supplies power to the building and acts as furniture.





Authors:



NICOLÁS CAVALLO

EZEQUIEL ZAPATA

ENZO EMANUEL ZUBERBUHLER



Facultad de Arquitectura Diseño y Urbanismo

Universidad Nacional del Litoral.

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Enzo Emanuel Zuberbuhler

Santa Fe, Argentina

Category: Urban Planning and Urban Design

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