Tag Archives: Biomimicry

Noctilucales

Noctilucales Submission to the 2016 Land Art Generator Initiative design competition for Santa Monica Team: Ricardo Avella, Andrés Tabora, Michael Henriksen, Carla Betancourt, Silvia Mercader, Laura Vera, Oriana De Lucia, Martin Von Bülow, Laura Vivas, Miguel Rosas (representing: Tabora + … Continue reading

Forests of Wind

Edwin Cheong 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: The idea of the landart proposal was to experiment with the … Continue reading

Landscape is Communication

Javier Sánchez Merina, Héctor García Pastor, Paco Ruiz Vicente, Halldóra Arnardóttir, Carlos Bausá Martínez Designed for Site #3 in Abu Dhabi, on Airport Road near Masdar City. Design Submission for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition Artist’s descriptive … Continue reading

Fallen Leaves

arsprogetti Laura Nicolini, Daniele Fanciullacci, Patrizia Barucco Designed for Site #3 in Abu Dhabi, on Airport Road near Masdar City. Design Submission for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition Artist’s descriptive text: The installation is the result of … Continue reading

Solarbird

Miroslaw Struzik, Tadeusz Zdanowicz, and Kazimierz Kociolekhev 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: Solarbird is a three dimensional form. It … Continue reading

i/green

Maria José Zapiain Gonzalez and Rodrigo Segura 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: The proposal is based upon the … Continue reading

Chromatic Energy Landscape

Barker Freeman Design Office Alexandra Barker, Reid Freeman, Walter Shih, Michelle Nicholls, Scott Savage, and Lauren DeMattia Designed for Site #1 in Dubai, near Ras al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Design Submission for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition … Continue reading

Hybrid Ecology

Andrew Snow, Ryan Nelson, and Houtan Pour-Tavakoli 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: The “Hybrid Ecology” proposal presents itself as … 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

FERN (Future / Energy / Renewable / Nature)

Takuya Onishi / LAUNCHPAD05 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: An ordinary solar plant places solar panels and frame structures … Continue reading

The Sun | الشمس

Milica Vlaov Tesic Designed for Site #3 in Abu Dhabi, on Airport Road near Masdar City. Design Submission for the 2010 Land Art Generator Initiative Design Competition Artist’s descriptive text: Creating something beautiful and efficient is not an easy task. … Continue reading

Solar Ivy

We would love to be able to create an entire orchard from the amazing solar ivy PV cells by SMIT. They combine solar generation with piezoelectric generators that create additional energy from the movement of the leaves in the wind: … Continue reading

“Pinar de Perruquet” Park

Beautiful work by Arteks Arquitectura. Now let’s hook those fake swaying tree sculptures up to some energy harvesting devices!

Land Art Sequesterer

Klaus Lackner, a physicist with the Earth Institute at Columbia University has proposed these beautiful carbon collecting “trees” as a remediation tool to bring down the levels of CO2 in the atmosphere. This would assist natural trees in turning back … Continue reading