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Architects Create 100% Self-Sufficient Floating Mobile Campus for Manhattan
The floating campus will use the latest technologies to ensure that it generates as little emissions as possible while being 100% self-sustaining.
Science & Tech
The pandemic has ushered in a new era of sustainability and awareness of the environment. And one architecture firm 3deluxe has decided to build a project according to these new values in Manhattan, a city that is overcrowded and in desperate need of more space.
3deluxe was commissioned by New-York based organization #WeThePlanet (WTP) to build a sustainable campus that is aligned with nature and is people-friendly. 3deluxe, therefore, conceived of this impressive floating mobile campus that is 100 percent self-sufficient, generating itself all the energy and water it needs.
“After the shock of the pandemic and the social polarization of recent years, there is a longing for positive change. It is time for architecture and urbanism to take a more ambitious approach to humanize our living environment,” said Dieter Brell, Creative Director of 3deluxe in a press statement.