Low-carbon home starts from green design and the elderly home market gap

Recently, the first International Low Carbon City Forum jointly organized by the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and the Shenzhen Municipal People's Government has come to a close, and the pilot project on carbon emission trading in Shenzhen has been launched at the same time. In the next few years, Shenzhen will focus on building Shenzhen International Low Carbon City, which is located in Pingdi Street, Longgang District. The international low-carbon city includes not only a number of demonstration projects such as conference and exhibition centers, green building renovation of industrial plants, low-carbon municipal projects, and reconstruction of Dingshan River, but also the transformation of low-carbon communities in Hakka enclosures.

Low carbon, never so close to Shenzhen people.

As the name implies, low carbon means lower or lower carbon dioxide-based greenhouse gas emissions. Specific to life, it means low energy, low consumption, and low expenses.

Whether it is to consider low carbon as a response to the global warming crisis, or to regard low carbon as an objection to the wind of luxury (luxury decoration renderings), there is no doubt that such an industry in Shenzhen In a city that has undergone rapid transformation and upgrading, low-carbon has become a trend, and low-carbon homes are naturally indispensable parts.

How to build a low-carbon home? Does low carbon mean simplicity, need to sacrifice taste, attitude, and even style?

Many experts said that low carbon is only simplified in terms of energy consumption, and it can fully realize economic benefits, environmental protection and the pursuit of maximization and optimization of health and comfort.

Low-carbon home starts with green design

In the view of Peng Jun, deputy dean of the School of Art (Artistic Decoration) of Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, there is a situation of over-design in both industrial design and home improvement design. “It has a relationship with the whole society and economy. After everyone is rich, there is a certain tendency in aesthetics, whether it is interior design or life attitude, and more pursuit of luxury."

Ye Qing, dean of the Shenzhen Academy of Building Sciences, has similar views. She said that in order to achieve low carbon, we must first change people's values. "If people's greed does not change, low carbon can't be realized. For low carbon, Shenzhen citizens have a good consensus. Many children hope to live a low carbon life. ."

Peng Jun has had a life experience in the UK. “The UK is a very economical country. It has almost achieved extreme lighting and the city has no over-illumination. This minimalist design and eco-design style is worth learning. ”

Peng Hailang, director and honorary dean of Shenzhen Guangtian Architectural Decoration Design Research Institute, agrees with Peng Jun. He said that due to the impact of greenhouse climate change, human beings began to rethink their behavior. "In the interior design, the concept of green design began to appear. For example, by opening the window, try to use natural wind and reduce the energy consumption of air conditioners."

Peng Jun said that green design not only reflects the attitude of the people's life, but also reflects the attitude of the society. Starting from green design, creating a low-carbon home environment, in addition to reducing pollution, it can also reduce energy consumption and increase the recycling of resources.

However, many people are worried about whether low-carbon homes will sacrifice style and make home decoration a single one. In this regard, Shen Kang, dean of the School of Architecture and Environmental Art Design of the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, said that simplification and singleness are not the same thing. In his view, green design is actually a restrained gesture, and restraint brings something else. For example, Shen Kang said that Japan's MUJI is one of the models. It removes the process of paper color removal, but it forms a distinct self-style. "We can also learn from the home decoration and remove the smallpox. Not only green, but also new styles. Electric cars are so expensive now, why do many people buy them? Fashionable."

Peng Haibo also believes that green design is not limited to environmental protection and energy conservation. “It should be the pursuit of maximizing economic benefits and environmental protection, as well as the pursuit of health and comfort.”

“Green design is not only the performance of designers and design companies to undertake social responsibility, but also responsible for the future.” Pan Zhaonan, deputy dean of Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts Design Art, said.

Choosing the right material makes low carbon easier

In addition to implementing the concept of low carbon in the design process, the selection of energy-saving materials is a vital part of building a low-carbon home. Peng Jun believes that it is not difficult to achieve lower carbon in the selection of materials. "Now many hotels (hotel decoration renderings), home decoration, often use some distant, non-recyclable off-site materials, resulting in logistics A lot of waste. To be green, you can use environmentally friendly and recyclable materials to achieve local materials."

In-situ material is achieved by reducing carbon emissions during production and transportation. In fact, there are many ways to achieve a lower carbon in the process of selecting which materials to use. First, to minimize the use of building materials, Peng Jun believes that the key is "Do not let the speed of resource regeneration not catch up with the speed of resource use." For example, in the process of decoration, light steel keel, gypsum board and other lightweight partition materials can be used in places where the degree of solidity is not paid much attention. Less solid clay bricks, spotlights, aluminum alloy doors and windows (door and window decoration effect diagram) are used. Resources that waste a lot of resources. For ceramics, marble and other materials that consume too much carbon during the production process, try not to use them.

Second, try to use materials that can be recycled to reduce the consumption during use, such as selecting recyclable flooring, aluminum stone bathroom, non-toxic vegetable Glue, inorganic coatings, etc., or transforming some discarded materials into suitable materials. Home.

Many experts also said that with the development of the stage of understanding of decoration, "light decoration, heavy decoration" has gradually become a trend. In the words of Peng Hailang, it is "less to do something."

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