Abu Dhabi’s “carbon-free city” project in the UAE to demonstrate the design museum
Some scientists have predicted that half of the 21st century will be the emergence of new technology a revolutionary change. To energy saving, environmental protection, focusing on new energy, new materials will become an important new field of scientific and technological revolution. With low power consumption, low pollution, low emissions as the basic features of the concept of low-carbon economy, but also lead the future survival of the human model. 2010 Shanghai World Expo, is a new century of urban quality of life of human event, in its “City, Better Life” theme is how to practice the “low carbon” slogan? Small piece of floor tile, a large exhibition hall, “low carbon” or even “zero carbon” city of the future is some kind of scene?
Masdar City in Abu Dhabi is expected to completed in 2016, will become the world’s first carbon-free, no waste, no city car.
Wake in the morning take the PRT (Personal Rapid Transit) to go to work, into the office to open with a photovoltaic solar power air conditioning, water recycling plant at noon taste of processed vegetables salad in the evening at home with a solar desalination system to produce separate shower bath … …
None of this is a daydream. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates is in full swing in the construction of the “carbon-free city” where everything will become a reality. If you want the world’s first “carbon-free city” find out, in the UAE can preview the museum.
United Arab Emirates was inspired by the unique and magnificent natural landscape – legendary steep sand dunes. Magnificent structure, can be recycled building materials, and nature complement each other. It shows the surface of a stainless steel panel, full of changing colors, from different angles, showing a different color, thus to mimic the light sense of shifting sand dunes.
United Arab Emirates area of 6,000 square meters, the “slope” high 20 meters, three continuous cutting “Dune” appearance represents the ancient, modern and future. When the audience into the United Arab Emirates will have a walking through the desert into the oasis feeling.
Relying on natural energy resources off the United Arab Emirates, well aware of the total energy has run out. Therefore, in the energy industry developed, rapid urban development, environmental protection is particularly great importance to the United Arab Emirates. Magnificent architecture, illusion of Rose Red, the United Arab Emirates have to look very luxurious. However, it uses recycled materials are environmentally friendly building materials. After the end of the World Expo in Shanghai, this “Dune” Museum will be shipped back to the United Arab Emirates, where he re-construction, to become a cultural center.
The desert, “carbon-free city”
Museum is unique in the UAE is that it not only looks strange. Foster + Partners design by the construction of the United Arab Emirates, will be a unique way to tell the world the story about energy use, and create a “carbon-free” city efforts.
“The UAE Desert Museum is a model energy efficient building.” Comes from Norman Foster’s design team said in an interview.
Designers explained that the concept entirely from the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi, “Masdar further evolution” project. In the eyes of the designer, Masdar City is their for the Shanghai World Expo “Better City, Better Life” the best interpretation of the theme. In Shanghai, they have the Masdar City project in some experience to share with the world.
February 2008, Abu Dhabi, Masdar City held a groundbreaking ceremony, this small city by the renowned architectural firm Foster + Partners design, with a total investment of 22 billion U.S. dollars, is expected to create a capacity of five million people in the city of the future, and plan developed in 2016.
Enclosure 6 square kilometers from the desert this town, will be 8 years to achieve the dream of all mankind in the new energy. In its magnificent blueprint, covering the city from outside the massive solar panels, to waste management, wastewater recycling, green building is one of the urban planning, aimed against the zero-carbon, zero waste.