Considering how I'm already a big fan of large-scale construction projects that make the most of eco design technology, I'm particularly inspired by the the Arizona Life Sciences Building, which manages to look amazing as well.
Featuring an imposing but awesome giant roof, the Arizona Life Sciences Building is the newest addition to the Paradise Valley Community College campus. Featuring some great passive design considerations (like having all of its classrooms on the west side of the building to make use of natural daylight), the building also makes use of rainwater recycling and natural air control to round out its eco credentials.
Well done Paradise Valley Community College -- I give you an A!
The Arizona Life Sciences Building is a Marvel of Passive Design
1. Passive Design - The trend of incorporating passive design considerations, such as maximizing natural daylight and using natural air control, can disrupt the construction industry by creating more energy-efficient and sustainable buildings.
2. Eco Design Technology - The trend of embracing eco design technology in construction projects offers disruptive innovation opportunities for companies to develop innovative and environmentally friendly building materials and systems.
3. Rainwater Recycling - The trend of implementing rainwater recycling systems in buildings presents disruptive innovation opportunities for industries to develop new technologies and solutions that promote water conservation in urban areas.
1. Construction - The construction industry can capitalize on the trend of passive design by integrating sustainable building practices and materials into their projects.
2. Environmental Technology - The environmental technology industry has the opportunity to innovate and provide eco design solutions for the construction sector, such as energy-efficient systems and materials.
3. Water Management - The water management industry can explore the trend of rainwater recycling and develop advanced systems and technologies for collecting, purifying, and reusing rainwater in urban environments.