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More amazing drawings from the Bartlett Architecture School show, this time from MArch student Louis Sullivan. He proposes a ‘Living Dam’ which would provide homes for 10,000 inhabitants and: “Together with the integration of ecology, society and infrastructure…is a physical model of a modern ‘hydraulic civilisation’; a community and society sustained and dependant on its control, management and utilisation of water.”
"Whilst providing a store for the national asset of water, the project simultaneously provides a series of tiers, terraces, weirs and platypuses which house a series of beneficial ecologies such as reedbed systems, watercress fields, ponds, lakes and elevated fruit gardens for the water to flurry and flow through, building upon the technology of the Living Machine which segregates wetland ecologies into useful components for accelerated water filtration. The ecologies maintained within the dam go beyond the bucolic, and provide purification and filtration of the water beyond EU drinking water directive 98/83/EC as well as nourishing foods for the occupants to maintain and harvest."
“‘The Living Dam’ is towards a new typology of dam - away from the image of solitary hydrological infrastructures, and towards a model which is not only integral but also integrated with society, which may help alter the public perception of the essential infrastructures and reduce many of the negative consequences associated with dam management. A ‘useful pyramid’ for the 21st century.”
http://www.louissullivan.co.uk/index.php?/architecture-ma-y5/project-2/

More amazing drawings from the Bartlett Architecture School show, this time from MArch student Louis Sullivan. He proposes a ‘Living Dam’ which would provide homes for 10,000 inhabitants and: “Together with the integration of ecology, society and infrastructure…is a physical model of a modern ‘hydraulic civilisation’; a community and society sustained and dependant on its control, management and utilisation of water.”
"Whilst providing a store for the national asset of water, the project simultaneously provides a series of tiers, terraces, weirs and platypuses which house a series of beneficial ecologies such as reedbed systems, watercress fields, ponds, lakes and elevated fruit gardens for the water to flurry and flow through, building upon the technology of the Living Machine which segregates wetland ecologies into useful components for accelerated water filtration. The ecologies maintained within the dam go beyond the bucolic, and provide purification and filtration of the water beyond EU drinking water directive 98/83/EC as well as nourishing foods for the occupants to maintain and harvest."
“‘The Living Dam’ is towards a new typology of dam - away from the image of solitary hydrological infrastructures, and towards a model which is not only integral but also integrated with society, which may help alter the public perception of the essential infrastructures and reduce many of the negative consequences associated with dam management. A ‘useful pyramid’ for the 21st century.”
http://www.louissullivan.co.uk/index.php?/architecture-ma-y5/project-2/

More amazing drawings from the Bartlett Architecture School show, this time from MArch student Louis Sullivan. He proposes a ‘Living Dam’ which would provide homes for 10,000 inhabitants and: “Together with the integration of ecology, society and infrastructure…is a physical model of a modern ‘hydraulic civilisation’; a community and society sustained and dependant on its control, management and utilisation of water.”
"Whilst providing a store for the national asset of water, the project simultaneously provides a series of tiers, terraces, weirs and platypuses which house a series of beneficial ecologies such as reedbed systems, watercress fields, ponds, lakes and elevated fruit gardens for the water to flurry and flow through, building upon the technology of the Living Machine which segregates wetland ecologies into useful components for accelerated water filtration. The ecologies maintained within the dam go beyond the bucolic, and provide purification and filtration of the water beyond EU drinking water directive 98/83/EC as well as nourishing foods for the occupants to maintain and harvest."
“‘The Living Dam’ is towards a new typology of dam - away from the image of solitary hydrological infrastructures, and towards a model which is not only integral but also integrated with society, which may help alter the public perception of the essential infrastructures and reduce many of the negative consequences associated with dam management. A ‘useful pyramid’ for the 21st century.”
http://www.louissullivan.co.uk/index.php?/architecture-ma-y5/project-2/

More amazing drawings from the Bartlett Architecture School show, this time from MArch student Louis Sullivan. He proposes a ‘Living Dam’ which would provide homes for 10,000 inhabitants and: “Together with the integration of ecology, society and infrastructure…is a physical model of a modern ‘hydraulic civilisation’; a community and society sustained and dependant on its control, management and utilisation of water.”
"Whilst providing a store for the national asset of water, the project simultaneously provides a series of tiers, terraces, weirs and platypuses which house a series of beneficial ecologies such as reedbed systems, watercress fields, ponds, lakes and elevated fruit gardens for the water to flurry and flow through, building upon the technology of the Living Machine which segregates wetland ecologies into useful components for accelerated water filtration. The ecologies maintained within the dam go beyond the bucolic, and provide purification and filtration of the water beyond EU drinking water directive 98/83/EC as well as nourishing foods for the occupants to maintain and harvest."
“‘The Living Dam’ is towards a new typology of dam - away from the image of solitary hydrological infrastructures, and towards a model which is not only integral but also integrated with society, which may help alter the public perception of the essential infrastructures and reduce many of the negative consequences associated with dam management. A ‘useful pyramid’ for the 21st century.”
http://www.louissullivan.co.uk/index.php?/architecture-ma-y5/project-2/

More amazing drawings from the Bartlett Architecture School show, this time from MArch student Louis Sullivan. He proposes a ‘Living Dam’ which would provide homes for 10,000 inhabitants and: “Together with the integration of ecology, society and infrastructure…is a physical model of a modern ‘hydraulic civilisation’; a community and society sustained and dependant on its control, management and utilisation of water.”
"Whilst providing a store for the national asset of water, the project simultaneously provides a series of tiers, terraces, weirs and platypuses which house a series of beneficial ecologies such as reedbed systems, watercress fields, ponds, lakes and elevated fruit gardens for the water to flurry and flow through, building upon the technology of the Living Machine which segregates wetland ecologies into useful components for accelerated water filtration. The ecologies maintained within the dam go beyond the bucolic, and provide purification and filtration of the water beyond EU drinking water directive 98/83/EC as well as nourishing foods for the occupants to maintain and harvest."
“‘The Living Dam’ is towards a new typology of dam - away from the image of solitary hydrological infrastructures, and towards a model which is not only integral but also integrated with society, which may help alter the public perception of the essential infrastructures and reduce many of the negative consequences associated with dam management. A ‘useful pyramid’ for the 21st century.”
http://www.louissullivan.co.uk/index.php?/architecture-ma-y5/project-2/

More amazing drawings from the Bartlett Architecture School show, this time from MArch student Louis Sullivan. He proposes a ‘Living Dam’ which would provide homes for 10,000 inhabitants and: “Together with the integration of ecology, society and infrastructure…is a physical model of a modern ‘hydraulic civilisation’; a community and society sustained and dependant on its control, management and utilisation of water.”
"Whilst providing a store for the national asset of water, the project simultaneously provides a series of tiers, terraces, weirs and platypuses which house a series of beneficial ecologies such as reedbed systems, watercress fields, ponds, lakes and elevated fruit gardens for the water to flurry and flow through, building upon the technology of the Living Machine which segregates wetland ecologies into useful components for accelerated water filtration. The ecologies maintained within the dam go beyond the bucolic, and provide purification and filtration of the water beyond EU drinking water directive 98/83/EC as well as nourishing foods for the occupants to maintain and harvest."
“‘The Living Dam’ is towards a new typology of dam - away from the image of solitary hydrological infrastructures, and towards a model which is not only integral but also integrated with society, which may help alter the public perception of the essential infrastructures and reduce many of the negative consequences associated with dam management. A ‘useful pyramid’ for the 21st century.”
http://www.louissullivan.co.uk/index.php?/architecture-ma-y5/project-2/

More amazing drawings from the Bartlett Architecture School show, this time from MArch student Louis Sullivan. He proposes a ‘Living Dam’ which would provide homes for 10,000 inhabitants and: “Together with the integration of ecology, society and infrastructure…is a physical model of a modern ‘hydraulic civilisation’; a community and society sustained and dependant on its control, management and utilisation of water.”
"Whilst providing a store for the national asset of water, the project simultaneously provides a series of tiers, terraces, weirs and platypuses which house a series of beneficial ecologies such as reedbed systems, watercress fields, ponds, lakes and elevated fruit gardens for the water to flurry and flow through, building upon the technology of the Living Machine which segregates wetland ecologies into useful components for accelerated water filtration. The ecologies maintained within the dam go beyond the bucolic, and provide purification and filtration of the water beyond EU drinking water directive 98/83/EC as well as nourishing foods for the occupants to maintain and harvest."
“‘The Living Dam’ is towards a new typology of dam - away from the image of solitary hydrological infrastructures, and towards a model which is not only integral but also integrated with society, which may help alter the public perception of the essential infrastructures and reduce many of the negative consequences associated with dam management. A ‘useful pyramid’ for the 21st century.”
http://www.louissullivan.co.uk/index.php?/architecture-ma-y5/project-2/
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Design, 3D & Animation Thiago Lima
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Design, 3D & Animation Thiago Lima
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Design, 3D & Animation Thiago Lima
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Design, 3D & Animation Thiago Lima
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Design, 3D & Animation Thiago Lima
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Design, 3D & Animation Thiago Lima
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Design, 3D & Animation Thiago Lima
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A unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials. In 2014, 22 units will be built and ready for students to move into.Find more at: http://bit.ly/1fhehQGSmart Student Units - Sweden by Tengbom Eriksson Architects
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A unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials. In 2014, 22 units will be built and ready for students to move into.Find more at: http://bit.ly/1fhehQGSmart Student Units - Sweden by Tengbom Eriksson Architects
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A unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials. In 2014, 22 units will be built and ready for students to move into.Find more at: http://bit.ly/1fhehQGSmart Student Units - Sweden by Tengbom Eriksson Architects
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A unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials. In 2014, 22 units will be built and ready for students to move into.Find more at: http://bit.ly/1fhehQGSmart Student Units - Sweden by Tengbom Eriksson Architects
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A unit for students which is affordable, environmental-friendly and smart both in terms of design and choice of materials. In 2014, 22 units will be built and ready for students to move into.Find more at: http://bit.ly/1fhehQGSmart Student Units - Sweden by Tengbom Eriksson Architects
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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DM House - São Paulo, Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres
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DM House - São Paulo, Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres
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DM House - São Paulo, Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres
Find more at: http://bit.ly/1sohDF3
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DM House - São Paulo, Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres
Find more at: http://bit.ly/1sohDF3
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DM House - São Paulo, Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres
Find more at: http://bit.ly/1sohDF3
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DM House - São Paulo, Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres
Find more at: http://bit.ly/1sohDF3
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Narigua House, Mexico by David Pedroza Castañeda | via

Completed by David Pedroza Castañeda architects in 2013, the Nirigua House is a colossal residence in Mexico covering 8,000 square-feet. Built up in the mountainous woodlands, the home offers spectacular 360º views of the beautiful landscape while simultaneously respecting the existing ecosystem.

To preserve the existing greenery, a floor plan was devised with various different “zones” that group around the old cedar trees. The first zone contains the garage and storage spaces. The entrance hall, master bedroom, and staircase to the lower level are all located in the second volume, and the third features the kitchen and social area. The building material selection also help the building to blend into its surroundings, with copper and stained wood making for a rustic aesthetic.

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Narigua House, Mexico by David Pedroza Castañeda | via

Completed by David Pedroza Castañeda architects in 2013, the Nirigua House is a colossal residence in Mexico covering 8,000 square-feet. Built up in the mountainous woodlands, the home offers spectacular 360º views of the beautiful landscape while simultaneously respecting the existing ecosystem.

To preserve the existing greenery, a floor plan was devised with various different “zones” that group around the old cedar trees. The first zone contains the garage and storage spaces. The entrance hall, master bedroom, and staircase to the lower level are all located in the second volume, and the third features the kitchen and social area. The building material selection also help the building to blend into its surroundings, with copper and stained wood making for a rustic aesthetic.

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Narigua House, Mexico by David Pedroza Castañeda | via

Completed by David Pedroza Castañeda architects in 2013, the Nirigua House is a colossal residence in Mexico covering 8,000 square-feet. Built up in the mountainous woodlands, the home offers spectacular 360º views of the beautiful landscape while simultaneously respecting the existing ecosystem.

To preserve the existing greenery, a floor plan was devised with various different “zones” that group around the old cedar trees. The first zone contains the garage and storage spaces. The entrance hall, master bedroom, and staircase to the lower level are all located in the second volume, and the third features the kitchen and social area. The building material selection also help the building to blend into its surroundings, with copper and stained wood making for a rustic aesthetic.

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Narigua House, Mexico by David Pedroza Castañeda | via

Completed by David Pedroza Castañeda architects in 2013, the Nirigua House is a colossal residence in Mexico covering 8,000 square-feet. Built up in the mountainous woodlands, the home offers spectacular 360º views of the beautiful landscape while simultaneously respecting the existing ecosystem.

To preserve the existing greenery, a floor plan was devised with various different “zones” that group around the old cedar trees. The first zone contains the garage and storage spaces. The entrance hall, master bedroom, and staircase to the lower level are all located in the second volume, and the third features the kitchen and social area. The building material selection also help the building to blend into its surroundings, with copper and stained wood making for a rustic aesthetic.

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Narigua House, Mexico by David Pedroza Castañeda | via

Completed by David Pedroza Castañeda architects in 2013, the Nirigua House is a colossal residence in Mexico covering 8,000 square-feet. Built up in the mountainous woodlands, the home offers spectacular 360º views of the beautiful landscape while simultaneously respecting the existing ecosystem.

To preserve the existing greenery, a floor plan was devised with various different “zones” that group around the old cedar trees. The first zone contains the garage and storage spaces. The entrance hall, master bedroom, and staircase to the lower level are all located in the second volume, and the third features the kitchen and social area. The building material selection also help the building to blend into its surroundings, with copper and stained wood making for a rustic aesthetic.

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