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Hermeticity

Hermeticity es un estudio experimental para colonizar ambientes extremos con una huella reducida. La propuesta prevé un nuevo tipo de hábitat que pueda satisfacer las necesidades básicas para que la vida humana tenga lugar en entornos hostiles. Hermeticity es un estudio experimental para colonizar ambientes extremos con una huella reducida. La propuesta prevé un nuevo tipo de hábitat que pueda satisfacer las necesidades básicas para que la vida humana tenga lugar en entornos hostiles. 2 / 12 foto

Hermeticity

Hermeticity: the origins

According to the U.N., 68% of the world population is projected to live in urban areas by 2050. It is time for us to rethink how we occupy our Planet and explore new areas beyond the ones we are used to.

Hermeticity is an experimental study towards colonizing extreme environments with a reduced footprint.

The proposal envisions a new type of habitat that can provide the basic needs for human life to take place in harsh environments. Growing upwards instead of horizontally saves resources and energy. It reduces the impact on the surrounding ecosystem by keeping all the activities concentrated over the same core.

Hermeticity: the towers

Each tower works as a vertical city. Throughout its height, different functions take place such as housing units, public spaces, green areas, shops, drone stations, leisure and sports facilities, labs, offices, schools, medical units, recycling stations, power plants, hydroponic, and algae farms. The common areas are fixed from the start, while the housing units grow according to the number of inhabitants who decide to move in. This building seeks a balance between the various activities that compose human well-being. The goal is to be able to live as if the inhabitants were in a normal climate.

Humans have developed through time technology which allows us to explore and benefit from nature more smartly and efficiently. The synergy between Humans, technology, and nature is the only way to endure through Climate Change.

“Hermeticity” is equipped with wind and solar energy captors which are embedded in the functioning of the building. The facade contains several drone ports that work as a channel between the inhabitants and the need to explore the surroundings. Hydroponic farming and photobioreactors which provide food and biofuel supply the population. Finally, a hyperloop station on the base of the building connects this city to other civilizations.

Project: 2019
Location: Ártico
Program: planning, residential

Creative director: Jordi Fernández,
Eduardo Gutiérrez
Executive director: Jordi Fernández

Team: Luciana Teodózio, Georgina Morales
3D visualization: PLAY-TIME

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Hermeticity

Hermeticity: the origins

According to the U.N., 68% of the world population is projected to live in urban areas by 2050. It is time for us to rethink how we occupy our Planet and explore new areas beyond the ones we are used to.

Hermeticity is an experimental study towards colonizing extreme environments with a reduced footprint.

The proposal envisions a new type of habitat that can provide the basic needs for human life to take place in harsh environments. Growing upwards instead of horizontally saves resources and energy. It reduces the impact on the surrounding ecosystem by keeping all the activities concentrated over the same core.

Hermeticity: the towers

Each tower works as a vertical city. Throughout its height, different functions take place such as housing units, public spaces, green areas, shops, drone stations, leisure and sports facilities, labs, offices, schools, medical units, recycling stations, power plants, hydroponic, and algae farms. The common areas are fixed from the start, while the housing units grow according to the number of inhabitants who decide to move in. This building seeks a balance between the various activities that compose human well-being. The goal is to be able to live as if the inhabitants were in a normal climate.

Humans have developed through time technology which allows us to explore and benefit from nature more smartly and efficiently. The synergy between Humans, technology, and nature is the only way to endure through Climate Change.

“Hermeticity” is equipped with wind and solar energy captors which are embedded in the functioning of the building. The facade contains several drone ports that work as a channel between the inhabitants and the need to explore the surroundings. Hydroponic farming and photobioreactors which provide food and biofuel supply the population. Finally, a hyperloop station on the base of the building connects this city to other civilizations.

Project: 2019
Location: Ártico
Program: planning, residential
Creative director: Jordi Fernández,
Eduardo Gutiérrez
Executive director: Jordi Fernández
Team: Luciana Teodózio, Georgina Morales
3D visualization: PLAY-TIME

National Water Company Tower, en la ciudad de Riyadh, su fachada convertida en elementos parametrizados obteniendo un diseño único fuera de lo común.
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