Designed to free up as much space on ground as possible for a better disposition of city space. It is designed after the Japanese Crane. This building is composed of a triangular prism lobby on the bottom, with a rectangular tower on top and supported by all sorts of concrete arcs.
This sustainable house is designed to be extremely space efficient. The small entrance is designed to be an elevator surrounded by a garden within the boundaries of the barrel on top. It is almost completely made out of glass for energy-efficient eco-friendly natural lighting.
This building was originally two halves that go put together for a more uniform and symmetrical piece. Its arcs and pillars all flow together into the middle of the building. There are two suspended gardens on each side supported by artificial spines. This building was originally designed for a second option of the vertical animal tower. Now it has been repurposed thanks to its greenhouse design. Automatically providing an oxygen generator.
To defend from rising sea levels and increased threats of flooding in costal areas. The Oyster Coral is designed to be strong enough to not just be completely submerged underwater but also to block tides, working like an artificial oyster reef. Its form complex yet novel, inspired by the intricate folds of origami and functionality of a natural reef. It is a scaled up version of the natural oyster reefs that we used to see, being the first line of defiance against flooding. In order to maintain the originality , the building will be made of concrete, which is made up of the same material oyster shells are made up of.
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