Analysis of environmental protection highlights of foreign pavilions of the 2010 Shanghai WorldExpo
analysis of environmental protection highlights of foreign pavilions of the 2010 Shanghai WorldExpo
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Guide: the Japanese pavilion in the shape of a cocoon with an arc dome, the UAE pavilion like a moving sand dune, and the Russian pavilion like a fairy tale walk through the pavilions of various countries, which can make people deeply feel that the flowers of human civilization are colorful on the grand stage of the Expo, Traditional culture and modern technology complement each other here. By
the Japanese pavilion in the shape of a cocoon with an arc dome, the United Arab Emirates Pavilion like a moving sand dune, and the Russian pavilion like a fairy tale world... Walking through the pavilions of various countries, people can deeply feel that it is gradually closing in the market competition, that the flowers of human civilization are colorful on the grand stage of the WorldExpo, and that traditional culture and modern technology complement each other here
with the participation of 246 countries and international organizations, the Shanghai WorldExpo is "transforming" the ever-changing scientific and technological dream in the laboratory into a real life of "energy conservation, environmental protection and sustainable development". Today, when the global green wind is blowing vigorously, the concept of environmental protection, energy-saving technology and the use of renewable materials have become the highlights of the Expo pavilions of many countries
concept: from dream to reality
"the Dutch Pavilion is a miniature of urban office areas, residential areas and other functional areas. A very important principle in the design is that the city should not only meet the needs of people's comfortable life, but also not destroy the environment we rely on for survival. Solar street lamps, efficient energy-saving furnaces and other details fully implement the concept of sustainable urban development." Said Rick brauk, an engineer involved in the design of the Dutch Pavilion
how will a World Expo change human life? The theme of the 2010 Shanghai WorldExpo, "Better City, better life", has made this WorldExpo a platform for exploring the future of sustainable human development. When the green concept leads people's life, the sustainable dream will become a reality. It is a common pursuit of modern society to pay attention to sustainable development and advocate a healthy lifestyle. The pavilions of various countries interpret the same green concept in different ways, either in "form" or "meaning"
the Romanian pavilion looks like an "apple", expressing the concept of green city, healthy life and sustainable development. The building consists of two parts: the main part of the apple and the cutting part. The contents of the exhibition include "looking back on the Millennium", "social and urban development driven by history and nature" and "urban life close to nature"
the US Pavilion directly tells us a story about environmental sustainable development in the eyes of ordinary Americans. In the third exhibition space of the USA Pavilion is a film called "garden". A little girl saw an abandoned open space and imagined a lush garden. Her passion and determination inspired her neighbors, and under the guidance of the common spirit of optimism, innovation and cooperation, made the once dilapidated and gray city present a fantastic scene. Rogers, the founder of American pavilion design company, said, "the highlight of the film is that there is no language dialogue in the story. It is expressed through images, music and sound effects, and no translation is required. Everyone can understand the story. No matter which country we come from and what nationality we have, we are closely united to build a better world."
the Dutch Pavilion is the representative of the combination of "form" and "meaning", which interprets the pursuit of green with its unique shape and distinct concept. A road spirals up along the viaduct, and 26 miniature pavilions are "hung" on the bridge to form a street, which is brightly colored and bright. From a distance, it looks like a blooming flower. This is the Dutch Pavilion called "Happy Street". It represents an idealized city, shows the rational planning of modern urban life, and fully demonstrates the innovation of the Netherlands in space, energy and water conservancy. Walking along the "Happy Street", visitors will pass by "small houses" and feel the message from these small pavilions, that is, the concept of innovation, culture and sustainable development
Technology: deduce green wisdom
"Most of the building materials of the India Pavilion are reusable materials, which can be recycled after the WorldExpo. Advanced refrigeration and lighting systems are used to achieve low energy consumption and high efficiency. The recycled water and collected rainwater treated by the factory will be used for greening irrigation. The roof is equipped with solar cells and small windmills, which can provide green power. We use various high-tech means to realize the design concept of Zero chemical substances." Naidu, one of the designers of the Indian Pavilion, said
the WorldExpo is a big stage for collecting world wisdom, and exhibitors from all over the world are actively contributing their "green wisdom". From the architectural structure of national pavilions to the themes and contents displayed in the pavilions, all reflect the latest environmental protection scientific and technological achievements of participating countries
the curved dome of the Japan Pavilion is light purple, like a huge cocoon, so it is called "Purple silkworm island". And the lavender film that wraps the whole building is not only beautiful, but also high-tech. This translucent film can absorb solar energy for power generation and emit light at night. Three holes and three corners are "grown" on the arc dome. The former can receive rainwater and recycle it, introduce sunlight to reduce lighting power, and the latter can strengthen the circulation of cold and warm air and reduce air conditioning energy consumption. The designer of Japan Pavilion yansakayama said that "Zichan island" achieved the goal of "environmental friendliness" by using the combination of steel skeleton and membrane shell and the design of "pile Free Foundation". Moreover, the shell of "Purple silkworm island" faces about one-third of the area to the south, and amorphous silicon film that can generate electric energy is used, which reflects the concept of using clean energy as much as possible
the shape of the Russian pavilion is both like a flower and a "tree of life". 12 "petals" form an encircled tower group. In this flower like "city" full of childlike fun, the audience can see the high-tech and research achievements used to solve the problems existing in most cities. The exhibition hall shows Russia's use of natural resources, ecological environment protection, natural disasters, and future transportation, And demonstrate the latest research results in urban media and public environment. These advanced new technologies and concepts are vividly displayed to the audience by fairy tale techniques
the India Pavilion, which covers an area of 4000 square meters, contains many high-tech elements under its antique appearance. The environmental protection and energy-saving design is a highlight of the pavilion. The slit design of the outer wall and the cold pool surrounding the central area of the first floor can effectively adjust the temperature in the museum, so as to avoid a lot of energy consumption; Nanzhu lattice and reinforced concrete are used to weave a "sound-absorbing" ceiling for the exhibition hall; Advanced refrigeration and lighting systems are adopted to achieve low energy consumption and high efficiency; The recycled water and collected rainwater treated by the factory will be used for greening irrigation; The roof is equipped with solar cells and small windmills, which can provide green power. At the same time, the whole building will use a large number of recyclable building materials. The technical application of each detail fully realizes the design concept of "porous material on the sample of Zero chemical plate"
materials: looking for the green source
"the exhibition hall takes sustainable bamboo as the main building material, highlighting the cultural essence of harmonious coexistence between Vietnam and nature. Moso bamboo is often used in Vietnamese buildings, which is also the embodiment of Vietnamese architectural characteristics." Said Ruan Kejian, chief engineer of Vietnam Pavilion
in the construction of foreign pavilions for the 2010 Shanghai WorldExpo, renewable materials have become the favorite objects of designers. Some of these materials contain high-tech content, while others are bamboo and rattan around us. These buildings, which can be regarded as models of human civilization and science and technology, start from materials to find the source of green
the Spanish Pavilion at the Shanghai WorldExpo is affectionately known as a Spanish "big basket" covered with more than 8500 rattan boards. The rattan board with straight or curved lines is completely hand-made, and then boiled with water. Different temperatures produce natural colors with alternating depths. After careful layout, it is covered with steel glass structure and forms Chinese characters representing natural elements, such as "sun", "Moon", "wind", etc
Vietnam Pavilion is characterized by bamboo. The wavy bamboo outer wall reminds people of winding rivers. It is not only beautiful, but also can effectively reduce the excess heat of sunlight. The museum is decorated with bamboo, which makes people feel as if they are in a bamboo house and experience Vietnam's long history and culture as well as its unique wisdom in environmental protection and urban development. The main building material of the exhibition hall is sustainable bamboo. After the Expo, the bamboo in Vietnam Pavilion will be reused to build social welfare facilities or transform school buildings
the Norwegian Pavilion is composed of 15 huge "trees" with different heights, ranging from 5 meters to 15 meters. Each tree has roots fixed in the ground and four branches in the air. The tarpaulin with the outer end of the branch as the attachment point forms a undulating roof because graphene is an ideal filling material for supercapacitors. The raw materials of the model tree are wood and bamboo, which can be reused after the exhibition. Moreover, the power source of the "giant tree" is the sun and rain, which fully embodies the concept of "sustainable development". Entering the exhibition hall, the first natural landscape to welcome the audience is the coast of Norway, which will focus on the rational application of energy and show the audience how to improve people's quality of life by using renewable energy such as solar energy, wind energy and wave energy
the exterior of the United Arab Emirates Pavilion shows the characteristics of sand dunes: on the windward side, the stainless steel plate in the shape of "sand dunes" glitters in the sun, showing the beauty of natural sand dunes. The UAE pavilion, built by the "carbon free city" design company, also continues their long-standing environmental protection concept. The materials used in the UAE pavilion are recyclable environmental protection building materials. After the WorldExpo, the "sand dune" pavilion will be transported back to the UAE, where it will be rebuilt and become a permanent cultural center
technology has become an important support for environmental protection, but more importantly, we should turn ideas into habits. "Better City, better life", starting from paying attention to the Green Expo, let the green wisdom and concept also enter every corner of life
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