城設入圍香港 環保建築大獎2016 | SRT was selected finalist in Green Building Award 2016

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2016年11月22日,香港「環保建築大獎2016」於香港萬豪酒店公佈得獎名單並舉行頒獎晚宴,城設設計集團董事沈埃迪先生及張智棟博士連同劉升陽女士與郝桐平女士參加了本次典禮。其中,城設參與的研究專案《中國綠色生態城區評價中的人文研究——美國LEED Neighborhood Development、英國BREEAM Community、日本CASBEE-Cities和德國DGNB Urban Districts的比較》獲頒「環保建築大獎2016」入圍專案,集團張智棟博士作為代表上台領取證書。

On November 22,2016, winners of the 2016 Green Building Award (GBA 2016) were announced at the award presentation ceremony held at the JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong. Our founder Mr Edwards Shen, together with Dr Edison Zhang, Ms Sunnie Lau & Ms April Hao were at the ceremony. SRT’s research paper “Establishment of Humanity Aspect of The Evaluation Standard for Green and Ecological Urban Districts in China – Comparison of LEED Neighbourhood Development, BREEAM Community, CASBEE-Cities and DGNB Urban Districts”, successfully became one of the Finalists and Dr Edison Zhang received on stage the certificate as SRT’s representative.

#hkgba #hkgba2016 #hkgbc #hkdesign #gbtech #srtdesigngroup #環保建築大獎

Double Cove – Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards

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On 5 October 2016, the World Green Building Council has announced the recipients of is year’s Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards. Hong Kong’s Double Cove project won the Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance – Residential award. We at GB Tech Consulting Ltd are proud to be the environmental consultant for achieving the China Green Building Label 3-Star Certification for this project, the highest category for green building certification in China. If you would like to know more about this project or our environmental service, please feel free to contact us by email: info@gbtech-srt.com or call us now: +852 2508 6666 / +86 755 2870 8488.
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About Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards:
The Asia Pacific Leadership in Green Building Awards celebrate the iconic green buildings, up-and-coming innovators and inspiring companies driving change and creating a better future throughout the region.
Presented by the World Green Building Council and its Asia Pacific Regional Network of Green Building Councils, this biennial programme recognises four award winners across two categories.
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The Business Leadership in Sustainability Award rewards companies that challenge boundaries, integrate sustainability into their business models and make an outstanding contribution to a sustainable built environment.
The Leadership in Sustainable Design and Performance Award is presented to pioneering green building projects that set new benchmarks for sustainability. There are three sub-category winners for residential, commercial and public buildings.

 

 

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About Double Cove:
Double Cove has won a number of international awards for best high-rise development. Phase 1 has achieved Platinum BEAM accreditation, with provisional accreditation for other phases and Gold pre-certification under the LEED-ND rating tool. Double Cove shows how highrise can be highly sustainable.
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前海合作區二單元五街坊項目成功中標

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本項目位於前海合作區,卓越前海一號南側。經過第一輪資格+技術方案審查,GB Tech成功入圍6家候選單位之一,有機會與行業內的大咖們同台競技。在第二輪緊張的現場述標後,我們成功中標,擔任本項目LEED和國標三星級的綠色建築顧問。
這是我們第一次與前海控股以及國際知名建築師事務所GMP開展合作,也是我們在前海的第一個項目。

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此前,我們曾參與過貝聿銘、理察·羅傑斯勛爵(Lord Richard Rogers)、丹尼爾·裡伯斯金(Daniel Libeskind)、崔愷院士、Aedas、UN Studio等國內外著名建築師事務所設計的綠色建築項目。

 

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我們希望通過與建築師以及項目團隊的合作,將綠色建築的各項技術策略融入建築設計和空間布局當中,為前海帶來一個裝有“綠芯”的辦公場所,為在日後在這裡辦公的人員營造“綠色生活方式”的可能性。

 

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發展商
深圳市前海開發投資控股有限公司

服務內容
LEED CS金級 +
綠色建築三星級設計標識
綠色建築設計與技術顧問

總用地面積
約16,776平方米

辦公面積
約98,800平方米

商業面積
約10,600平方米

地下車庫面積
約30,500平方米

建築設計單位
GMP

 

#leed  #leedgold #gbl #greenbuilding #綠色建築三星級設計 #LEED CS金級 #綠色建築

這個城市是我們的家 | Where You and I call home

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回顾过去40年的香港城市化进程,是纯粹基於在特定的范围空间内去寻求最直接及可量度的环境元素的解决问题方案,譬如建筑高度,可建造的建筑面积,建筑基底覆盖率等,但完全忽略了一个可持续发展的城市生活环境所必备的其他更重要元素。

同时,一个完善的城市化发展不单只是关於建筑风格及建筑立面处理的争论,如果我们相信只是这麽一回事的话,这解释了为什麽我们只看见大量平平无奇的高层模块坐落於大方块的裙楼之上,是完全没有自己的特色,也与邻近的社区地貌不发生任何的关联。

香港很多旧区都面临着重新规划发展的压力,比如观塘及九龙湾等旧工业区和香港西及坚尼地城等旧居住及综合住宅区。 重建应该是可以给城市带来有价值的城市更新机会。 这些旧城区,部分已经相当残旧,其现在的状态已经不能提供最好的社会价值,尽管如此,这些旧城区仍扮演着一个城市不可或缺的角色。这些旧城区混合居住着各收入阶层人士,但却形成了多功能及多元社区的香港独有文化。 这些旧城区,没有灿烂的建筑内容,但却洋溢着其独一无二的地区文化。

很遗憾地说,新的城区发展采用几乎划一通用的标准,唯一的购物功能占尽沿街物业的每一寸空间,商店的橱窗被推至建筑红线的极限边界,没有给街道预留任何空间,从而扼杀了街头文化及生活的有机形成。

近年来,我们总是用 “可持续发展”这名词实在太多了,甚至已经发展成无论是贸易或商业界别都推崇的用词。 但什麽是“可持续发展”呢?放眼世界,现代大都会城市的焦点已经由只表彰“增长率”丶“成本效益”及“城市化工程解决方案”转换为如何获得“价值提升”,和如何去提升“生活质素”。

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真正意义上的“可持续发展”不应只是一种重复通用及划一标准的高层单栋组合,这类组合唯一的变化只是为了满足建筑条例上的日照及通风功能要求。显然更重要的城市发展元素应该是“建筑物与建筑物之间的地面区间/空间,或者有人会称之为“负空间”,这名辞与“虚拟空间”有异曲同工之效。

虚拟空间是一个可塑造心灵/精神空间丶是一个具文化的空间,可以提供一个供人们表达情感丶互动丶思考丶享受,提高生活质量以及歌颂生命活力的空间环境。这样一个心灵/精神空间其重要性更甚於两旁赋予此空间其定义及诠释的建筑物。 而当作为建筑师如果可以技巧地平衡到建筑实体及此虚拟空间的塑造,他是成功的,否则由他所设计的城市建筑是没有灵魂,且不能提供一座城市应有的文化尊重,赋予城市居民具生命力的回忆,通过非病理性治愈社会问题的选择以及可持续发展的大前提。

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For the past 40 years the urbanization of Hong Kong has been based on a pure exercise of problem-solving within the confines of a given space to satisfy purely measurable attributes such as building height, buildable floor area, foot-print of the building etc., but completely missing out on some of the most important elements of sustainable urban living.

On the other hand, good urbanism is not just a squabble about building style and elevational treatment, to believe so is the reason why we only have seas of mediocre-looking high-rise blocks sitting on big slab-like podiums which take on no character of its own nor relevance to the neighbourhood they are situated.

Many old districts in Hong Kong have long been under pressure for redevelopment, such as the old industrial areas of Kwun Tong and Kowloon Bay, and the old residential and mixed-used areas of Hong Kong Western District and Kennedy Town. Redevelopment should provide valuable opportunity for urban renewal. These old districts, quite dilapidated in some cases, have not been put to the best use in terms of value to society; nevertheless they do carry unique characters of their own. These old districts housed a population having a diversity of incomes but intimately woven into a mixed-use community very uniquely Hong Kong. These old districts, although not rich in architectural content nonetheless carry significance in terms of unique local district culture.

Regrettably, new developments take on a universally standard version. Shop spaces invariably occupy every inch of the street frontage under a commercial podium with all shop-fronts being pushed to the extreme limits of the site boundary leaving no relieve for any form of street life, and imposing on the pedestrians what could be totally irrelevant and unimaginative display of merchandize offering no value to the quality of urban life.

In recent years, we talked about “sustainability” so much it became a universal word for almost all trades and businesses. However, what is “sustainable development”? All over the world, modern metropolis have already drifted their focus from “Growth Rate”, “Cost Effectiveness” and “Utilitarian Engineering Solutions” to how to achieve “Value Enhancement”, and how to improve the “Quality of Life”.

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A truly “sustainable development” should not be just an exercise to erect identical point blocks with variation only to satisfy the lighting and ventilation requirements of the Buildings Ordinance. Of more importance is the “Area / Space in between the buildings” or some may call it the “Negative Space”, a terminology having a similar analogy as “Virtual Space”.

Virtual space can be a spiritual space, a cultural space which is capable of creating an environment of expression, reflection, enlightenment, glorification, appreciation and celebration of life. This spiritual space is more important than the architecture that gives the space its finality and definition. Where the architect manages to strike a balance in the dialogue between the architecture and this virtual space he is successful, failing which, the architect’s construct has no soul and cannot provide a city with cultural respect, with life-giving reminiscence, with non-pathological healing, and with sustainability.

#edwardshen #srtdesign #srt #sustainability #honghong

 

Again & again! GB Tech再次入圍香港環保建築大獎GBA2016

Again & again! GB Tech再次入圍香港環保建築大獎GBA2016

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-We believe in green lifestyle.
-城設一向秉承綠色概念,並始終致力推廣研究及教育,於年初完成專題研究 “中國綠色生態城區評價標准人文章節制訂的專題研究” ,成功入圍香港綠色建築議會環保建築大獎2016的研究和規劃類別。

What is GBA?
GBA-「環保建築大獎」為兩年一度香港權威性雙年綠色建築活動,創辦於2006年,由香港綠色建築議會(HKGBC)和環保建築專業議會(PGBC)聯合主辦,香港特區政府發展局和環境局大力支持。該獎項旨在提供嘉許表現出色及貢獻於可持續發展與建築有關項目,同時引領主流市場更廣泛地實現可持續發展的規劃,設計,建造,管理和研究。在建築界可謂享負盛名,說它為香港建築業界的綠色奧斯卡獎也不為過。

Again and again?
如此專業的大獎,城設屬下綠建科技顧問有限公司GB Tech Consulting Limited在2012年開始就有參與項目獲得獎項。
-2012-
「迎海 Double Cove」 – 優異獎
「尚彙 The Gloucester」 – 最後入圍

-2014-
「啟晴邨(公共房屋)」 – 優異獎

-2016-
「《綠色生態城區評價標准》人文章節的構建—對英美德日四個標准的比較研究」

△2016入圍名單——紅框為城設入圍項目。

項目專題研究

-今年的香港綠色建築議會環保建築大獎以“推動綠色生活方式•卓越建築環境可持續發展”為主題,城設集團研究項目所入選單元——研究與規劃類別。
-城設早於2014年初開展該專題研究,由城設的綠建技術總顧問劉少瑜教授及綠建技術總監張智棟博士負責。

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About
本《標准》的特色之一是引入了軟性的評價指標——人文評價指標。這是第一次在國家的綠色評價標准中引入了除硬性技術指標以外的評價指標。因此,本研究是整個《標准》研究的其中一個重要子項研究。首先,本研究比較分析了我國和西方國家關於“人文”的定義和理解。其次,本研究從城市規劃和發展的角度對我國人文城市建設的要求以及聯合國的人居議程的內容進行比較,從而總結出人文城市發展所需要的四個重要指標。第三,基於四個人文指標,本研究對目前世界上四個先進的綠色生態城區/社區評價體系——美國LEED Neighborhood Development、英國BREEAM Community、日本CASBEE-Cities和德國DGNB Urban Districts進行剖析,並且總結提煉出和四個人文指標有關的評價要求進行橫向比較。最後,我們將比較結果與我國實際情況進行分析討論,最終形成了我國綠色生態城區評價標准人文章節的評價體系和要求。

‪#‎gba2016‬‪#‎srtdesign‬‪#‎gba‬‪#‎HKGBC‬

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