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Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa: The Eco-Luxury Seaside Resort

July 18, 2012, 3:58 amFiled under: Eco Design > Eco Architecture > Eco Travel > Eco Hotel & Resort — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa – Hyatt’s first 5-star luxury hotel in the Maldives – is situated on a pristine island 400 kilometers south of Malé in the North Huvadhoo (Gaafu Alifu) Atoll, one of the largest and deepest atolls in the world.

50 villas are luxuriously designed and furnished to ensure guest comfort and privacy, whilst maintaining environmental sensitivity. Nestled within the natural vegetation and only a few steps from the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean are 16 Park Villas and 20 Park Pool villas, with a further 14 Park Water Villas all enjoying direct access to the coral-filled waters below and breathtaking panoramic sunset views.

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Almere Floriade 2022 by MVRDV

July 4, 2012, 12:44 amFiled under: Eco Design > Eco Architecture > Eco Living — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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The City of Almere presents today its plans for the Floriade 2022 candidature. Almere is one of the four Dutch cities left in the race for the prestigious horticultural Expo which takes place once every ten years in the Netherlands and is currently open in Venlo. The MVRDV plan for Almere is not a temporary expo site but a lasting green Cité Idéale as a green extension of the existing city centre.

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The New SDTI’s Plants with E-Waste Recycled Materials by Miniwiz

June 21, 2012, 12:58 amFiled under: Eco Design > Eco Architecture > Eco Design > Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

Content by: Miniwiz S.E.D. Co., Ltd. – www.miniwiz.com
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  • Johann Boedecker
    Business Development
    MINIWIZ Sustainable Energy Development Ltd. – www.miniwiz.com

MINIWIZ is proud to be the architect, designer and building material supplier for SDTI’s newest facility to be located in Taoyuan, Taiwan. SDTI is a leading brand in providing electronic industrial waste recycling across the globe. As Taiwan’s largest electronic waste resource recycling management institution, SDTI works closely with Taiwan’s EPA to adhere to the highest standards of IT waste recycling.

MINIWIZ POLLI-BRICKS technology and new MINIWIZ building material solutions, made of IT waste and other recycled materials themselves, will be used in construction. SDTI’s goal is for its newest factory to be an educational tourist site that can educate the public on ways and means to apply sustainable practices and how to protect the environment.

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EcoARK: From Garbage Turned into a Pavilion

April 27, 2012, 2:43 amFiled under: Eco Design > Eco Architecture > Eco Design > Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

Content by: Miniwiz S.E.D. Co., Ltd. – www.miniwiz.com
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  • Vickie Wang
    Marketing Associate
    MINIWIZ Sustainable Energy Development Ltd. – www.miniwiz.com

The World’s Lightest, Strongest, and Most Breathable Eco-Architecture

Taipei-based sustainable design and engineering company MINIWIZ has created a miracle that constitutes seven world’s bests and four Taiwan’s number one’s. It is called the EcoARK, a building made with 1.5 million PET bottles that is the largest exhibition hall during the Taipei International Flora Exposition, the size of 9 basketball courts. The construction of EcoARK promotes the 3R principal, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.

Documented by the National Geographic Channel (Megastructure:EcoARK), and broadcasted in 166 countries and in 34 languages, this eco-structure has become a new international landmark in Taipei. The completion of the EcoARK provides a new vision for architecture, green technology, as well as environmentalism.

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