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7 Public Art Designs Powered By Algae

Algae is awesome. There’s no other way to put it. Ranging from single-celled to complex multicellular organisms, algae has existed for at least three billion years, according to the Smithsonian. Today, its potential to disrupt modern life is increasingly coming into focus. On the one hand, … Continue reading

Ring Garden

Ring Garden Submission to the 2016 Land Art Generator Initiative design competition for Santa Monica Team: Alexandru Predonu Artist Location: Bucharest, Romania Energy Technologies: photovoltaic panels, algae bioreactor Water Harvesting Technology: solar powered osmotic desalination (with waste brine used to … Continue reading

From Chaos into Silence

Sema Orouk Designed for Site #1 in Dubai, near Ras al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Design Submission for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition Artist’s descriptive text: This project merges with the natural surroundings. It creates a retreat where … Continue reading

Fertile Crescent: Symbiotic Ecologies

Ryan Connolly Studio of Associate Professor, Lisa Tilder, at the Knowlton School of Architecture, The Ohio State University Designed for Site #1 in Dubai, near Ras al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Design Submission for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design … Continue reading

PHOTOREACTOR FARM TOWER

Grégoire Diehl, smoothcore architects with Xuhui Liu, Alexandre Braleret, and Léa Santamaria Designed for Site #2 in Abu Dhabi, between Saadiyat Island and Yas Island. Design Submission for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition Artist’s descriptive text: Photoreactor … Continue reading