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Ambulance station built from renewable materials has a nearly energy-neutral footprint

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 12, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Oct 11, 2016

Ambulance stations are typically boxy, uninteresting buildings, but that’s not the case for this station in the Dutch town of Zeist. Rescue company RAVU commissioned Architectenforum to design an energy-neutral ambulance storage structure constructed from renewable materials. The timber building features curved walls that rise from the ground and are covered in crawling plants. Located on the outskirts of Zeist near the edge of the forest, the 550-square-meter ambulance station is tucked away...






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