The Walls Have Ears…
*Futuring / Curated Spaces_ / Innovation

The Walls Have Ears…

Created using raspberry pi and openframeworks, ‘murmur’ is an architectural prosthesis that enables the communication between passers-by and the wall upon which it is connected by simulating the movement of sound waves, building a luminous bridge between the physical and the virtual world. Based on a collaborative and open approach, participating studios Chevalvert, 2Roqs, Polygraphik and … Continue reading

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Pop Down Parklands In The Ol’ Smoke
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Pop Down Parklands In The Ol’ Smoke

Taking cues from the successes of New York City’s High Line park and other derelict revival projects, a Pop Down park is being developed in London.     Visitors will use an underground walkway that repurposes old mail-rail tunnels, previously used to allow post office workers to deliver their parcels without having to navigate the … Continue reading

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The Sky’s The Limit – Vertical Farming

The densely populated city of Singapore is home to the first commercial-scale vertical farm, which opened last year, with the aim of decreasing dependence on food imports.     Just 274 square miles, most of which is city, leaving little space to grow crops and vegetables for the inhabitants of Singapore. As a result, the city … Continue reading

Location, Location, Location… The Best Neighbourhoods For Life on Mars?
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Location, Location, Location… The Best Neighbourhoods For Life on Mars?

You can see it now, can’t you…? Future settlers on Mars weighing up the pros and cons of which areas on the red planet are the most desirable to live! With Project Nomad location won’t be an issue! The plan is to build mobile skyscrapers that would move about the planet’s surface using Martian minerals … Continue reading