The design of BBBC is inspired by the attention and thinking about the current post-disaster rescue form and rescue sequence in China. According to the timeline, the team proposed the concept of "Bag, Box, Building, and Cloud". The team design standardizes relief supplies; adjusts the traditional "first-in-disaster and post-disaster relief" model to advance the evacuation and disaster relief process; rethinks the responsibilities of public buildings and uses advanced communication technology as a bridge to jointly form a complete set of preparations Disaster and disaster relief strategies. The flexible and diverse combination not only meets the needs of a single environment, but also provides a better solution for post-disaster rescue operations, that is, to rebuild the home in a more efficient way and return to the once ordinary and beautiful life.
Environmental issues and aging problems bring us inspiration in our i-Yard 2.0 design.Escaping from cities and diving into the charming countryside,which exactly our conceptis,canbeadream ofso many senior citizens in China. Based on renewable energy like solar power,we create safe,comfortable and in telli- genthome for them when immersed infresh air and fascinating scenery.
The design creativity of i-Yard 1.0 originates from combination of contemporary philosophy of life, traditional living space and modern scientific methods. The starting point of designing is not only satisfying contemporary needs of market, but also to create kind of house product which leads consumption demand.
Initiated by the U.S. Department of Energy in 2001 and hosted for the first time, facing the global colleges and universities' residential building and renewable energy technology competition, it aims to explore solar buildings oriented to the 21st century and promote the combination of architecture, energy saving and new technologies. It was the first in 2013 Introduced to China.