A Place serves as a template for ASYA’s projects to achieve sustainable architecture, becoming a LEED-certified building and a recipient of the ULI Healthy Places Awards.
From a personal perspective comes the broader element of a person’s environment. While we have to adapt to built environments, the current consensus defines that built environments can be modified or updated to fit the cultural mold and climatic conditions of the period.
This proposed university integrates wellness architecture through its sports facilities and green outdoor spaces.
Biophilic design has been a recurring trend for architecture at this age, from indoor plants to recyclable materials. But any elevation of a building’s quality through ecological means, like energy-saving appliances, recycling systems and LEED-certified settings, helps contribute to the wellbeing of the occupants.
Placing indoor plants to shopping facilities like Vista Mall Sta. Rosa and Robinsons Galleria Cebu adds value to the sustainable architecture
As conservation becomes a rampant practice for designers to apply, sustainability has been in the forefront of architecture as an important factor of stability. A sustainable architecture starts from the very foundations of a structure. Every material and measure used must ensure that they stand firm and upheld for an amount of time.
Green buildings like the LEED-certified silver building SCAPE accommodate to its captive market yet elevate their design with green-based amenities, like this indoor landscaped garden deck.
Also called choice architecture, nudge architecture surrounds the changes that are made in the built environment, implemented to bring better choices by those involved. They assign those nudges to the design of the environment, based on the demands and adjustments of the business.
Through its double-glazed triple low-E glass technology, GLAS demonstrates that a design being purposely green from its inception to construction, up to property management, can mark a premier value to the environment.
And finally, here is one factor that places the perspective of occupants to nature. Regenerative architecture is a practice of citing the local ecology and natural resources as the basis for architecture and design. Regardless of the type and conditions that the structure deals with, this factor suggests a symbiotic relationship that architecture needs to have with nature.
an example of a project that demonstrates being purposely green from inception, conceptualization, construction, up to property management; mention the double glazed triple low-e
At a time when wellbeing of one’s self is placed on the limelight, and when architecture has been reassessed for a new normal, it is essential to tend to the needs of users. An optimized experience inside the office includes the safety and security to one’s health in all aspects. Their personal wellbeing is as important as putting energy to the innovations and sleekness of a building.