a dialog with environment, exemplifies the way all creatures live harmoniously with wind, light, water, and earth;
a dialog with society, realizes the corporate social responsibility and commitment to sustainability;
a dialog with our times, serves as the crucial solution as human beings tackle the challenge of climate change.
a dialog with energy, functions as a key choice to rid the world of using fossil fuels;
a dialog with cities, serves as the engine to advance urban civilization;
a dialog with the daily, is the attitude that we should harbor as living in the environment.
To raise people's awareness of carbon reduction, "Delta Green Building Exhibition" was held at the Grand Palais, Paris, during COP21 in 2015 and had attracted over 40,000 people to visit. In 2016, it was reconstructed respectively in the Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, and Huashan 1914 Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan. This year at the invitation of Kaohsiung City Government, the exhibition is moved to the Pier-2 Art Center, and presents the stories of green buildings built by Delta over the past decade. Coupled with the wisdom of low-carbon living and mobility, these stories will take you to green tracks toward sustainability, and make you experience a different low-carbon city that is changed by you.
"Building Green with Delta"
The book describes a 10-year undertaking to construct over 20 green buildings, and the achievement after spreading the seed step by step.
"Tale of Low-carbon Living in Taiwan & Hong Kong"
Green Living Practice in Taiwan & Hong Kong
The book is the second publication written by Wim, an expert of Delta Electronics Foundation in carbon reduction. It showcases not only practical ways to implement green livings in Taiwan, but also similar implementation in Hong Kong, a city resembling Taiwan in usable area, population and the severity of heat island effect. Let’s look at their methods of carbon reduction in the household.
"The Library of Namasia"
A Green Building Picture Book
Selection of Frankfurt Book Fair 2017
Dawa brothers, together with his family and villagers who all live in Namasia, head to Ming Chuan Elementary School for shelter during the typhoon. They see the library of the school suddenly becomes a robot, which features a combination of ancient aboriginal wisdom and new sustainable technology in a building…
DEF developed weather parameters for BIM database, allowing architects to build a more energy-efficient building.
At the 2013 Taiwan Lantern Festival, Delta built a 270º circular structure called the Delta "Ring of Celestial Bliss."
Rebuilding Namasia – A Case of Green building to Increase Climate Resilience