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Majestic Vertical Garden Hotel

Identification

Majestic Vertical Garden Hotel
326522

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Structure in General

high-rise building
unbuilt [cancelled]
concrete
glass
sandstone
stainless steel
steel
zinc
modernism

Usages

hotel
restaurant parking

Facts

  • The building will contain automatic lighting with sensors which switch off when it is detected that there are no people in the room, so as to reduce energy wastage.
  • The gardens located on the building’s southern façade are designed to ameliorate some of the carbon emissions from the building.
  • The southern façade of the building is angled at 45°, terminating at an apex at the highest point of the building.
  • The usage of PVC will be minimized as far as possible, with more environmentally friendly alternatives used.
  • To conserve water, only Triple AAA rated appliances will be used in addition to sensor controlled taps, dual-flush toilets and waterless urinals.
  • The building seeks to become a visible beacon for environmentally friendly initiatives through its landscaped southern façade and prominent solar panels at the northern façade.
  • The materials of construction and interior fit out will be selected from sources which have low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) off gassing, to reduce related adverse effects on occupants.
  • The building will contain solar panels on the northern façade, which will generate electricity to power the building’s hot water system.
  • The stepped gardens located on the building's southern façade are inspired by the mythical Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
  • The building will contain sun louvers to the windows on the eastern façade and triple glazed windows on the western façade to reduce peak solar gains.
  • Grey water generated within the building will be treated before being re-used to irrigate the gardens on the southern façade and for toilet-flushing.
  • Rain water falling on the building’s roof and balconies will be conserved in rainwater tanks to be used to water the gardens on the building’s southern façade.
  • As practicably possible, the building will be constructed from recycled materials, including materials from the buildings demolished to make way for this building.
  • Through a range of environmentally friendly initiatives, the building is designed to achieve a reduction of potable water usage by 20% and a 40% reduction of energy use.

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Location

64-68 Hindley Street
64-68 Hindley Street
5000
Adelaide
South Australia
Australia

Technical Data

264.50 ft
203.90 ft
9.84 ft
79.33 ft
211.45 ft
22
2
2009
2011
7
2
45
$65,000,000

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