proofmathisbeautiful:

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!!!!!!!!!!

posted on 10.03.25

randomfriendly:

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posted on 10.03.19

In-Habit by Todd Kramer
made up of recycled PET bottles 
solar panels for low power-high luminosity OLEDs
rain water and dew will collect into a expandable bag which can later be tapped for sanitation.

In-Habit by Todd Kramer

made up of recycled PET bottles

solar panels for low power-high luminosity OLEDs

rain water and dew will collect into a expandable bag which can later be tapped for sanitation.

posted on 10.03.10

Tam Architecture - medical complex in Soba, Sudan “using discarded shipping containers lying around near the construction site. The complex provides the international staff of the cardiac center a place to stay. The sustainable development features housing units and a cafeteria as well.

The containers are insulated with a layer system including 5cm insulating panels on the inside and a second insulated roof and a bamboo brise soleil panels on the outside. These insulating layers ensure that the sun’s rays never make direct contact with steel. Moreover, solar panels are used to supply hot water for the compound and the air conditioning unit sources electricity from photovoltaic panels.”

http://www.ecofriend.org/entry/tam-architecture-develops-shipping-container-medical-complex-in-sudan

posted on 10.03.10

pratt:

the ‘dropnet’ by german designer imke hoehler is a fog collector which has the potential to provide drinking water supplies to to isolated areas or areas with low infrastructure. using natural and local resources, the collector filters tiny water droplets from fog clouds causing the droplets to coalesce. (via imke hoehler: dropnet)

pratt:

the ‘dropnet’ by german designer imke hoehler is a fog collector which has the potential to provide drinking water supplies to to isolated areas or areas with low infrastructure. using natural and local resources, the collector filters tiny water droplets from fog clouds causing the droplets to coalesce. (via imke hoehler: dropnet)

posted on 10.03.05

Great idea: tidal, river, current generated hydro-power.

Hell, why not hook these things up with some windmills above water too!

Now how to avoid killing fish…

…and, comes in an amazing portable size!

…”Bourne’s militarized Backpack Power Plant-Type 2 (BPP-2) measures only 3 feet in length and weighs less than 25 pounds, approximately 10% lighter than the original BPP-1. Like its civilian predecessor it is self-contained with its own integrated power, control, cooling and sensor systems. The unit collapses into three major parts which slide into a large backpack. The BPP-2 produces up to 20% more power (600W) and can be set up singularly or in arrays of over 20 kW. The BPP-2, which operates silently with no heat or exhaust emissions, is 40% less visible during operation and can also be bottom mounted to be totally invisible.

The BackPack Power Plant - Type 1 (BPP-1) is a man-portable renewable energy generator only 3 feet in length and weighing less than 30 pounds. Each unit is self-contained with its own integrated power, control, cooling and sensor systems. The unit collapses into a backpack size module with the generator, hub and folded blades stored inside. The unit produces approximately 500 W/unit high quality continuous power depending on river current. The BackPack Power Plant can be set up singularly or in arrays of over 30 kW.”

http://www.bourneenergy.com/futuremain.html


posted on 10.03.04

proofmathisbeautiful:

un:

thatmegathing:

paper fractal.

posted on 10.03.03

fuckyeaheyegasms:

strandkai club inside (via spanier)

fuckyeaheyegasms:

strandkai club inside (via spanier)

posted on 10.02.20

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posted on 10.01.28

http://www.jetsongreen.com/2009/06/vodafone-extreme-mobile-home-living.html

La casa movil de Vodafone,” or the Vodafone Mobile Home, creatively combines glass house living, tiny house design, loft-like features, sustainable elements, and portable architecture all in one tight package.  Design Boomrecently reported that the portable home was designed by Waskman Design Studio, with CuldeSac, for Vodafone to showcase its fixed phone and wireless internet services.  And blogger Marcos Morales and his family of four are vacationing throughout Spain with it as we speak.

posted on 09.12.03

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posted on 09.08.16

h9s:

if someone could tell me how to build these transforming objects in grasshopper I would love you forever.

posted on 09.08.16

posted on 09.08.16

h9s:

rigid paper folding.  it can be done!  if only I could figure out the grasshopper script to do this.

posted on 09.08.16

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