可持續健康智慧校園

可持續健康智慧校園
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可持續健康智慧校園

蒲飛路範圍活化爲現代化校園後,將為師生和公衆提供更暢達和舒適的校園空間。新校園的耐用設計和物料將與附近地形融爲一體。

我們致力發展高科技的基建,希望建構健康及智能並重的校園。蒲飛路校園將根據健康建築九大基本原理建設,我們期望新校園會成為首批符合世界衛生組織認證的健康智能建築(標準有待確立)。

健康建築九大基本原理

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綠色校園

蒲飛路校園的標誌性建築物和園景設計將改善薄扶林道和蒲飛路交界和沿路景觀。校園各處將栽種植物和當季花卉,配合垂直綠化、綠化平台和垂直綠化等,讓校園成爲綠色地標。

校園設計迎合自然地形及水文要素,採用「海綿城市」概念,有效地收集、疏導和回用雨水,減低水浸風險。校園設計亦採用天然光和可再生能源,提升能源效益。
蒲飛路校園與周遭環境共融,其綠化天台和平台花園串連大量室外空間,融入大自然,讓師生舒展身心。

校園内較高的建築物設有垂直綠化幕牆設計,整體建築群的佈局和座向確保通風和足夠視覺空間,使周邊環境更舒適雅致。
蒲飛路校園與周遭環境共融,其綠化天台和平台花園串連大量室外空間,融入大自然,讓師生舒展身心。

校園内較高的建築物設有垂直綠化幕牆設計,整體建築群的佈局和座向確保通風和足夠視覺空間,使周邊環境更舒適雅致。

健康建築

蒲飛路校園設計致力追求可持續發展,希望讓校園使用者身心健康,並達到聯合國可持續發展目標。項目團隊在建築設計過程中充分考慮通風、採光、能源、可持續發展和使用者舒適度等要素。

本計劃應用建築業最先進和環保的施工方法、建築物料和科技。蒲飛路校園將達至建築業的最新環境標準,目標是獲取綠建環評(BEAM Plus)鉑金評級認證及WELL健康建築國際標準。
綠建環評(BEAM Plus)現為香港最廣泛使用的綠色建築評級工具,涵蓋建築物的生命週期,七大主要評估範疇包括綜合設計與建造管理、健康與安舒、可持續地塊發展、用材及廢物管理、能源使用、用水及創新。
WELL是健康建築國際評級系統,用作評估、認證和監督建築空間中影響人體健康和福祉的範疇,分別是空氣、水、營養、光、運動、熱舒適、聲音環境、材料、精神和社區。
WELL是健康建築國際評級系統,用作評估、認證和監督建築空間中影響人體健康和福祉的範疇,分別是空氣、水、營養、光、運動、熱舒適、聲音環境、材料、精神和社區。

智慧校園

「智慧城市」指積極應用科技於交通、生活、經濟和智慧環境等領域,藉此提升效率和改善生活質素。使用者的身心健康和靈活性是設計要素。

蒲飛路校園將採用數碼科技以改善訪客體驗,提高營運和能源效益,協助預防疾病和病菌傳播,讓訪客感受校園的暢通無阻、四通八達。校園將配備高速網絡和所需的資訊及通訊技術基建,實現智能設施管理和智慧能源管理的跨界別合作。新校園期望善用創新科技解決方案,與學生、教職員和訪客共同締造以人為本的智慧校園。

應用先進建築科技

蒲飛路校園將應用先進科技配合環保建築方法,包括組裝合成建築法(Modular Integrated Construction,簡稱MiC)及非撞擊式地基,目標為獲取本地和國際的可持續及健康建築標準,而整個項目亦將達至建築業的最新環境標準。

MiC將預製組件(即已大致完成組裝的組件)運送至工地,再裝嵌成為建築物。此創新建築法有助縮短建築期,減少灰塵和噪音,提高樓宇質素、安全性和可持續性。

建築信息模擬(Building Information Modelling,簡稱BIM) 以數碼模擬建築程序,透過軟件演示不同階段的建築立體模型。此系統有助提高生產力,並促進建築師、工程師和承建商協調溝通。

蒲飛路校園在建築設計、施工及整個建築生命周期均應用BIM提供及管理建築數據,把設計視像化,提高規劃、設計、建造和管理建築的效率。

應用先進建築科技

蒲飛路校園將應用先進科技配合環保建築方法,包括組裝合成建築法(Modular Integrated Construction,簡稱MiC)及非撞擊式地基,目標為獲取本地和國際的可持續及健康建築標準。整個項目將達至建築業的最新環境標準。 MiC將預製組件(即已大致完成組裝的組件)運送至工地,再裝嵌成為建築物。此創新建築法有助縮短建築期,減少灰塵和噪音,提高樓宇質素、安全性和可持續性。 建築信息模擬(Building Information Modelling,簡稱BIM) 以數碼模擬建築程序,透過軟件演示不同階段的建築立體模型。此系統有助提高生產力,並促進建築師、工程師和承建商協調溝通。 蒲飛路校園在建築設計、施工及整個建築生命周期均應用BIM提供及管理建築數據,把設計視像化,提高規劃、設計、建造和管理建築的效率。
Sustainable, Healthy & Smart Campus

Sustainable, Healthy and Smart Campus

The regeneration of the Pokfield Road area into a contemporary campus hub will deliver an accessible and comfortable campus environment. The new campus will blend with its surroundings, with designs and materials of enduring quality. Our aim is not only to build a state-of-the-art infrastructure but also to establish a healthy campus hub with nine foundational elements to achieve the first batch of “Healthy Buildings” accredited by the World Health Organization (standard yet to be established).

Green Campus

The iconic building and landscaping will improve the streetscape at Pokfulam Road and Pokfield Road junction and enhance the ambience of the surrounding neighbourhood. The Pokfield Campus will bring multi-level landscaping such as green podiums and vertical landscaping to create a green environment. The campus responds to the natural landform and water resources by incoporating the “sponge city” concept of rainwater harvesting and recycling. The design features the adoption of natural daylight and renewable energy where possible to achieve better energy efficiency.

The campus design responds to the locale and will offer a range of outdoor spaces to connect and engage with nature, such as green rooftops, landscaped terraces and podiums. The taller towers with green façade design and green terraces act as a landmark of the campus, while the overall alignment and spacing are designed to ensure continuous ventilation and minimise visual impact to neighbouring development.

Healthy Building

The building design aspires to promote sustainability, improve the health and wellbeing of all those who use the buildings through alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Throughout the design, elements for the health of the users such as daylight, surrounding environment, energy use, sustainability and comfort have all been carefully considered. The development will adopt state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly construction methods, building materials and innovative technologies. The entire development will meet the latest environmental standards of the construction industry. The design provides a foundation for achieving BEAM Plus rating and the WELL international standard on healthy building.

The building design aspires to promote sustainability, improve the health and wellbeing of all those who use the buildings through alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Throughout the design, elements for the health of the users such as daylight, surrounding environment, energy use, sustainability and comfort have all been carefully considered. The development will adopt state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly construction methods, building materials and innovative technologies. The entire development will meet the latest environmental standards of the construction industry. The design provides a foundation for achieving BEAM Plus rating and the WELL international standard on healthy building.

BEAM Plus is the most widely adopted green building standard in Hong Kong. The standard covers the full life cycle of a building project and assesses a building with main criteria including integrated design and construction management, health and well-being, the sustainability of sites, material and waste management, energy use, water use and innovation.

Healthy Building

The building design aspires to promote sustainability, improve the health and wellbeing of all those who use the buildings through alignment with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Throughout the design, elements for the health of the users such as daylight, surrounding environment, energy use, sustainability and comfort have all been carefully considered. The development will adopt state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly construction methods, building materials and innovative technologies. The entire development will meet the latest environmental standards of the construction industry. The design provides a foundation for achieving BEAM Plus rating and the WELL international standard on healthy building.

Smart Campus

The smart city concept encompasses uses in areas such as mobility, living, economy, and smart environment to enhance efficiency and quality of living. Well-being and future flexibility are key design philosophies in driving the design. To offer a more intuitive, seamless and interconnected campus experience, the Pokfield Campus will leverage digital tools and technologies to improve visitor experience, optimise operational and energy efficiency, and help reduce the spread of diseases and viruses. The campus will be equipped with a high-speed network and necessary ICT infrastructure to enable cross-disciplinary collaborative opportunities on smart facility management and smart energy management. Pokfield Campus aspires to be a human-centric smart campus for students, staff and visitors, with innovations that enable the campus to adapt to their needs.

Construction methods

The Pokfield Campus development will adopt state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly construction methods such as Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) and non-percussive type foundation. The use of innovative technologies in building and design aims to achieve the international standards on healthy building, and the entire development will meet the latest environmental standard of the construction industry. MiC uses modules that are prefabricated to be delivered and assembled on site. This innovative construction method helps shorten the construction period, minimise dust and noise emission and contributes to the quality, safety and sustainability aspects of the building. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is used throughout the design and implementation of campus development. It refers to using 3D building modelling software to increase productivity and bridge communications between architecture, engineering, and construction. Pokfield Campus utilises BIM through generating and managing building data during its design, construction and building life cycle. It marks an advance in using digital design tools and data to visualise and more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings.

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