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Green Building and Sustainability Seminar
July 21, 2018
The Shenzhen Guanzhoo Architectural Development Communication Center is a non-profit civil organization.  The ATU Micro-Classroom is a continuous activity program to promote architectural culture and sustainable development of the built environment.  The micro-classroom has since been held more than 50 times and is highly successful and well-regarded by industry professional and the public.
Our director, Dr Edison Zhang was invited to give a talk to the class on the topic of “The concept of sustainability is only a Utopia?”, to explore the future development trends of green buildings and sustainable development. Also 
Dr Edison Zhang presented a case study of the award-winning green project “Double Cove” in the New Territories of Hong Kong.  This project won the World GBC Asia Pacific Awards 2016 from the World Green Building Council.
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Green Building and Sustainability Seminar - The concept of sustainability is only a Utopia?
July 16, 2018

Architectural Development Communication Center is a legally registered non-profit civil organization.

ATU embrace the motto of “To cultivate architects’ accomplishments”, also aim to promote architecture culture and facilitate development of sustainable city and architecture. We unite civil power for the sustainable development of our city.

ATU Micro-Classroom is a continuous activity to promote architectural culture and promote the sustainable development of architectural. The micro-classroom has been held more than 50 times and is highly successful and well-regarded by the professional and the public.

Our technology and research director Dr Edison Zhang have been invited to give a talk of the class, the topic of Dr Zhang's talk was “The concept of sustainability is only a Utopia?”. The class would like to explore the future trends and development of green building and sustainable development, also Dr Edison Zhang will shared the award project “Double Cove”, this project is the winner of the World GBC Asia Pacific Awards 2016 from the World Green Building Council.

This micro-classroom is co-organized by Shenzhen Guan Shanyue Art Museum and Architectural Development Communication. The details as below:

Topic:
The concept of sustainability is only a Utopia?

Speaker:
Dr Edison Zhang

Date and Time:
2018 July 22  / 14:30

Location:
6026 Hongli Rd, Futian District, 518026 Shenzhen, China
Report Hall, 2/F, Guan Shanyue Art Museum

Registration:
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New candicates convention of Vertical Greening Academic Group was held in Beijing
July 13, 2018
Vertical Greening Academic Committee is a sub-committee of the China Green Building Council (CGBC).  A ceremony to commemorate the new term of the Vertical Greening Academic Committee was held in Beijing on July 13, 2018.  The Committee is setup to promote the development and application of vertical greening technology for tropical and subtropical areas, and to standardize the design, construction, commissioning and maintenance for vertical greening practice.
The Committee will take the lead to compile the technical code for the application of vertical greening in the tropical and subtropical climate areas.
Mr. Peng Yisong, our landscape director, presented a case study and analysis of a vertical greening project in Hong Kong at the ceremony.
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WACA visit to the Union of Architects of Azerbaijan Republic
July 03, 2018
The second stop of the World Association of Chinese Architects (WACA) visitation that took place program in June was Azerbaijan. Azerbaijan is a country in the South Caucasus region of Eurasia at the crossroads of Eastern Europe and Western Asia. It is bounded by the Caspian Sea to the east, Russia to the north, Georgia to the northwest, Armenia to the west and Iran to the south. WACA delegation flow into Baku and was pleasantly surprised by the unique character of a very vibrant city where East and West culture blended and flourished. Baku, being the capital of Azerbaijan, is the largest seaport on the Caspian Sea, and is the cultural and financial centre of the region.
 
Visit to the Union of Architects of Azerbaijan Republic
Nested in an exceedingly romantic Street in the old part of town, is the stately building of the Union of Azerbaijan Architects’ office. The WACA delegation was received by the Chairman of the Union, Mr Elbay Gasim-zada. While translators’ ability to provide accurate translation left much to be desired, WACA was able to confer the purpose of our visit and our desire to establish friendship and exchanges in the field of architecture and the built environment, hopefully leading to information networking and closer cooperation of the two organization in the future. It is envisaged that considerable more effort and contacts will be required to establish a trusting relationship due to considerable cultural and linguistic differences.
 
Visit to Heydar Aliyev Center
The tour of the Heydar Aliyev Center was undoubtedly the most enlightening part of the visit to Baku. The work is a true testimony of the design style and skills of a great Architect Master, Zaha Hadid, who sadly passed away a short while ago. There was no one dull moment in the three hours those delegation members spent walking every inch of masterpiece both inside and outside. The free-form space is both humbling in scale yet friendly and embracing when you indulge in it. Hundreds of pictures were taken by everyone and shared to mark this memorable visit.
 
Baku’s old city tour
A tour of the old city demonstrated the deep-rooted historical culture and heritage of the region. It also illustrated quite clearly by the architectural style of the city’s unique geographical location, being at the threshold of Europe, at the same time, exiting the western tip of Asia and Mid-Asia. The city is exceedingly interesting to visit as culturally, and by the influence of religion, is Turkish in main-stream but exhibits traits of many cultures. Being situated next to the Caspian Sea makes it a truly beautiful city to live in.
 
Baku’s contemporary architecture
The City’s pursuit of contemporary architecture is obvious as the City’s skyline started to see gleaming iconic high-rise towers growing up in not few numbers. The Fairmont Hotel we stayed in is part of a three-tower and commercial podium development called the “Fiery Towers” as the buildings are shaped like flickers of flame. The intersetting of the older lowrise but more volumetric buildings with the new slender towers against the turquoise blue and calm harbor waters is a picture that any visitor would fall in love with. 
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