Construction of green roofs and walls, hanging gardens and water cascade for an extension between the Alvar Aalto Museum and The Museum of Central Finland

Yanko Aleksandrov
University of Structural Engineering and Architecture “Lyuben Karavelov”, 1373 Sofia, Bulgaria

Abstract

Aleksandrov, Y. (2021). Construction of green roofs and walls, hanging gardens and water cascade for an extension between the Alvar Aalto Museum and the Museum of Central Finland. Bulg. J. Agric. Sci., 27 (3), 625–630

Integration of architectural forms into the environment requires appropriate selection of elements to achieve environmental sustainability and balance. Green roofs and walls, gardens and water cascades, as an integral part of the exterior and interior, are the main components used for the extension of between the Alvar Aalto Museum and the Museum of Central Finland. The transfer of environmental faults (mogs) in advantage (medium of heating or cooling after its liquidation), has been contributed to this. Other innovation solutions with combinations are integrated in The enlargement project between knowledge and new technical features allowing the use of: – solar energy for heating the internal three floor extension through “flooded balloons” with warm air, located on the roof; – the space closed between the two double umbrellas of the windows for making a warm air and the following discharge in the space of the expansion of two museums; – as a pipe net with different thicknesses and lengths of pipes filling the role of a sunny energy collector.
These innovative solutions provide a positive technical effect greater than or at least equal to the known world level.

Keywords: new solution; green roofs; gardens; water cascade; extension; Alvar Aalto Museum; Museum of Central Finland

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