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Aadhithya Sujith

Jun 18, 2017
10:32

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Thanks for your contribution to the climatecolab challenge, you have taken a successful step. We are looking for more details on your proposal Black Pavilion. An early completed submission can help you get more detailed input and feedback from the community which will help you enrich your idea.

Thanks & regards

Aadhithya


Ralf Lippold

Jul 7, 2017
03:38

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Dear Christo, 

Your idea proposal of the "Black Pavilion" sounds terrific.

  • What will be different to what is currently one of the most sustainable buildings in the world "The Edge" in the Netherlands?
  • How will it be additionally beneficial to the world tackling the climate change challenge?


Thanks for considering your answers in the proposal, and much success

Ralf 


Christo Krastev

Jul 7, 2017
03:13

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Dear Ralf Lippoldq

Thanks for your interest in "Black Pavilion" .

The Black Pavilion building achieves its ultra energy efficiency by avoiding the conversion of solar energy into electric / no solar panels/ . The Black Pavilion building operates using the air convection of the sun-heated air masses, allowing for 80-90% efficiency from solar energy. Solar panels convert only 15-40% into electricity.
The Black Pavilion building does not use thermal geological sources of energy.
The Black Pavilion is designed to function properly in the equatorial and subequatorial climate zones. The Black Pavilion project is not applicable to the Netherlands where there are large periods of time with insufficient levels of solar power.

A large number of "Black Pavilion" buildings can enhance the natural convection of the planet and contribute to its faster cooling. The staying of single buildings of the "Black Pavilion" type aims to create a favorable living environment in the increasingly aggravating conditions of the equatorial and subequatorial climate zones without the use of external energy. The "Black Pavilion" building produces drinking fresh water.


Okello Phillip

Jul 17, 2017
07:18

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The idea for black pavilion is awesome but to enrich the idea, completion of the proposal has to be commenced.

Thanks for your contribution to the Climate CoLab challenge ,look forward to the full proposal.

regards,

Phillip.


Christo Krastev

Aug 3, 2017
12:32

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3 D Black Pavilion is ready and uploaded to the project. Also, an architectural project is ready. I prepare a quantitative account for the project. I am waiting for the project evaluation.


Toby Ast

Aug 10, 2017
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Would be interested to hear more about the building systems (Mechanical-Electrical-Plumbing), how those are powered, and what kind of maintenance is necessary.


Teerth Brahmbhatt

Aug 27, 2017
07:38

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Dear Christo, 

It would be helpful in your references to include some papers referring to the existing most efficient buildings within this region. In addition in the challenges section of the proposal, it would be worth while to include a section that addresses some of the problems faced by these very efficient buildings. 

It would be useful for example to use this recent publication as a good starting point for framing how your proposal addresses current issues within industry. 

Best Regards, 

Teerth Brahmbhatt 


Christo Krastev

Aug 31, 2017
03:01

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Dear Teerth Brahmbhatt

Thank you very much for the information provided. I have experience of 7 years design of buildings and am professionally familiar with problems, architectural details and so on. Unfortunately, I have a problem uploading an image that gets very small and is not visible well. Also, I have a problem that I can not upload more than one project image. This greatly limits the performance of the project, unfortunately. The Black Pavilion project has a 3D visualization with explanatory notes.

 

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