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Federico fauli portfolio

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This is a collection of my previous works in the architecture and graphic fields.

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Federico fauli portfolio

  1. 1. Selected works by Fauli Federico 2012 - Present
  2. 2. Fauli Federico Italian 11/05/1993 Address_ Viale Monte Grappa, 4 Reggio Emilia, 42121, Italy 0522452949 Residence_ Warren Street 51a London, W1T5JH, United Kingdom 07490494114 Contact_ fedefauli@gmail.com federicofauli@gmail.com Federico.Fauli@aaschool.ac.uk Language Proficiency_ Italian English German French Software Proficiency_ AutoCad Rhinoceros Grasshopper Vray 3ds Max SketchUp Photoshop Illustrator InDesign Education_ 2015_2018 Architectural Association, London, United Kingdom Master in Architecture _2012/2015 Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy Bachelor in Architecture, Science of Architecture _2008/2012 IIS Blaise Pascal, Reggio Emilia, Italy Business Diploma with correspondence in Forward languages Certificate_ Ielts Certificate Grade 7 Extra Curricular Achievement_ _2015 MK27, Miaw Workshop with Marcio Kogan _2014 Aramco Saudi Experience Project _2014 Workshop Seville, Donana Park, (Arch. Michele Moreno) _2014 Walkabout Project selected as finalist project at the Student Week 6 by Arch2o _2011 Stage Voith Turbo S.r.l, marketing and languages field (Reference Eng. R. Bassoli) _2009 Lucky Design S.a.s, F1 & MotoGp Helmets Design
  3. 3. Index_ Walk About Australian Pavilion EXPO 2015 The Green Nest Residential & Student Building in Mantova B.U.D. Zero Energy Building in the Milan city center Aramco Project Temporary Educational amusement park Dreaming of a House Island Villa for the character Johan, in the movie “The Silence“ by Bergman Out o(f)n time Floating archipelago Wellness and Food Restoration of a farmhouse in bologna Farmhouse Essentia Tradition and cultural heritage in Parma Addendum Architecture Design of Public spaces for students in Milan Nobody’s Land Bangladesh floating National Assembly p.1-6 p.7-8 p.9-12 p.13-18 p.19-22 p.23-31 p.32-33 p.34-37 p.38-41 p.42-51
  4. 4. 1 The project aim was to create a Pavilion in witch visitorwould experience theWalkAbout concept, an initiation ritual of Australian aborigines that consists of walking without any fixed path, randomly.  The project is characterized by a voronoi pattern creating a labyrinth structure which gives visitors a flexibility in choosing the path rather than a generic maze. WalkAbout Australian Pavillion EXPO 2015
  5. 5. 2 No main entrances, visitors can enter freely Creation of merged second floor for service areas Apply the function and strcuture of a maze to a Voronoi pattern Green coverture on low cells for sitting and relaxing
  6. 6. 3 At first, when entering the lot, one passes through “buffer zone”, low-rise voronoi cells covered with grass layer for two main reasons: creating sitting and relaxing spaces and establishing a microclimate around pavilion due to evaporation reasons.  Then one goes around medium-rise closed cells with semitransparent walls, which prepares the visitor for the exhibition space. The Milan Expo 2015 pavilion is a temporary structure, that is why the main materials are glulam and  layered  wood, which are sustainable and easy to recycle. The exhibition and leisure volumes are characterized by a vertical bended glulam structure which create regular size openings optimized for maximum shading performances. The walls merge continuously with the roof giving overall structural stability.  Transparent and opaque Etfe panels are used for the overall cover of the functional cells.
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  9. 9. 6 Vegetation is inside cell space, which cools the surroundings and solves the drainage issues. The exhibition and leisure spaces use several enlarged voronoi cells in the center area of the lot, however being apart from each other enhances the movement of people.  On the ground floor are mainly exhibition and rest rooms. On the first floor, severalcells are combined together to meet the need of restaurant and bar areas, at the same time preserving the voronoi topology at ground level.
  10. 10. 7 This Building is located in the historical city center of Mantova (Italy) in a very narrow space, surrounded by both historical and more modern buildings and situated next to one of the main churches in Mantova. Directly in front of an ancient square used only by pedestrians, cars are not allowed to circulate except for the area inhabitants, green areas are not-existent. The Green Nest Residential & Student Building in Mantova
  11. 11. 8 The exterior texture is made of concrete in a pure gray state, a material that can be seen in the others buildings near the place. On the other hand The interior area is a total different universe. The introspection of the project is an important approach and the exterior result neutral but interesting. Another important aspect is the green vertical garden developed for the North and West entrances, potted plants and climbing plants are located on a simple burned wood structure, which guarantee different views, it creates something visible but intangible, reconnected to the dreaming sensation. Some of the characteristic that the project manifest are it’s simplicity and legibility, One of the main characteristic of the building is the internal wild garden, which the main objective is to encourage biological diversity, a source of wonder and our guarantee for the future. It accompanies dreams and could be accessible to everyone, transporting you in an embracing natural atmosphere. The trees are higher and larger in the middle, and they get gradually shorter approaching the building, in this way became easier the view of the natural garden from every balconies. It creates an idea of a building that respect the existing surrounding.
  12. 12. 9 The project starts off with an analysis of the city of Milan according to a 100X100 grid, trying to find out the different components of FEWs consumption in a modern urban fabric. From there, we applied the reverse of this consumption to our design, trying to create a non-generic layout of the city, which will keep its density but prioritize quality of living and sustainability. B.U.D. Zero Energy Building in Milan city center
  13. 13. 10 Symmetrical spiral plan Symmetrical spiral 3D No shadows, 100% solar efficiency Division according to street axis Lowering volume height result in 23 extra units Use of extra units to fill voids Taking inspiration from nature and organizing the site according to a parametric application of rules that will maximize solar efficiency, and joining it with a volumetric “Basic Unit of Design” (BUD), we arrived at the spiral layout of the buildings, composed of “bridges of houses” that go up and down according to our rules from the analysis and project priorities. Analysis of the whole Lambrate area in Milan and trough the application of the data founded, a new city has been reshaped trough the single building waste consumption.
  14. 14. 11 Possibility 1_ creation on connection units Possibility 2_ creation of a conglomerate central unit Possibility 3_ creation of connecting unit bridge Possibility 4_storage of energy per units
  15. 15. 12 After reached this point, next is to integrate in a better way the elements of the FEWs that have not been so visible until now, mainly the Hydroponic unit, the Water collection element and the solar panels. As already expressed we take inspiration from nature, in particular from a specific plant, the sun flower. “In which the seeds alignment results from heliotropism in an earlier development stage, the BUD stage, before the upcoming of flower heads. The BUDS are heliotropic until the end of the BUD stage and finally face East. Their heliotropic motion is a circadian rhythm, synchronized by the sun, which continues if the sun disappears on cloudy days. If a sunflower plant in the BUD stage is rotated 180° the BUD will be turning away from the sun for a few days”.
  16. 16. 13 Aramco Project Temporary Educational amusement park The Project presents the first development of the Annual Flagship Event of Aramco (the major oil company of Saudi Arabia). Saudi Experience project is an educational attraction area for both adults and children. The project area occupies an area of 160x200 meters, consisting of 3 main tends.
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  18. 18. 15 The first tent is cut in the middle so as to ensure a main access, where the entrance, divided into welcome area and gift shop area, will be located. Along the path you will find yourself in front of a inflatable globe interactive and educational, that is connected to a 4D tunnel which will lead you to an inflatable submarine, escaping from it, you will arrive to a small train station, where taking a train you will reach the area called “Into the wild”. The route will continue reaching the “Sky Experience” pavilion, ending with an interactive wall. The globe is made of an inflatable structure (20x12) and outside present a print depicting an ancient world map, divided into meridians and parallels. The interior will present a circular screen on which will be projected images regarding the birth of the earth, fossils and minerals, all video projections aimed for educational purposes. The first interactive tunnel (4x4), called “4D Sea Experience”, will connect the globe to the submarine and will show video projections on curved led panels.
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  20. 20. 17 The second pavilion will be the submarine (22x8), which also consists entirely of an inflatable structure resting on a hot (35x25). Externally is characterized by the presence of smoke made from dry ice and set design done in polystyrene. Inside large portholes placed in front of a large led screen, will leave visitors breathless, representing seabed and fish of all kinds and origins. Leaving the submarine you see a small train station, where visitors will go up and sitting down will embark on a new interactive journey, featuring projections inside a tunnel called “4D Safari Ride”. Getting off the train you will be able to reach the natural area (40x35) , which will be developed on a maximum height of 8 meters to fall. Built on a walkable structure, made of layers and covered with a backdrop of polystyrene, where robot animals and led screens will be located. It will be surrounded by marginal inflatable mountains, in which internally will be developed a further connection tunnel. Getting out from the tunnel you’ll end up in front of a second small train station, where visitors will drop and will find them selves in front of the “Sky Experience” pavilion. This structure is characterized by an outer pvc layer, which will represent a blue sky. The inner layer, always made of pvc, will be used for video projections. The enclosed balloon wich will be supported within 6 metal pillars, will terminate in a metal metal circular structure. The basket located on the ground level, will be supported by two mechanical arms, which will raise the basket to a maximum height of 4m above the ground level.
  21. 21. 18 The last attraction is the interactive wall, characterized by led screens on which images about the man evolution and Arabic culture will be projected.` Exit from the pavilion, you will reach the gift shop, which leads you to the two tents 50x80 dedicated to the children space (photo booth, grow your area/sand space, zoo land area, theater, look for the treasure box, taste of Saudi/food space), while the main tent is covered by an awning of 50x200 in which are arranged five pavilions . The main characteristics of the entire project are: speed and ease in assembly and disassembly, this because the structure will be operative for a period of only 15 days and then be removed and repositioned in other sites. All these features are based on image/impact, transportability, easy-fast set up/dismantling.
  22. 22. 19 Dreaming of a House In my Dream.... yes that’s my dream... A journey from a feeling to another, from an emotion to the one immediately after. Maintaning a surreal environment characterized by different views and so different ways of perception. A journey, a dream represented by the downhill from the cliff, up to the sea. Island Villa for the character Johan, in the movie “The Silence“ by Bergman Wozzyness :: In my Dream, Wozzyness is the first feeling. I try to reconnect the felling of Wozzyness and the idea of it, with architecture, defining a space. An empthy white room, where light is only coming from a long and narrow skylight. A bed, clearly linked with the idea of awakening. Particular is the suspended bare tree, located in front of the bed. The whole concept of woozyness is expressed by the awakening, where the character will find him self, confused and disoriented, in front of a bare tree.
  23. 23. 20 Loneliness :: Getting out from the Wozzyness room, you will enter in a very narrow, dreary and glumy space. The loneliness room is characterized by a long and very tight shape. Entrering, you will find just a little chair and a lamp next to you, and a path, a journey it self which you are constrained to cross, but on the same time the small window at the end of the room will attract you. On the embracing walls are located small cuts which functions is to let some light entering the room and on the same time, highlight the path to be walked. The small strip window at the end of the room, will give on the ocean, hiding the view from other sort of contamination like the surrounding landscape. This is my interpretation of loneliness, whcih is highlighted in the movie, in the scene were Johan pass some time watching out from the train window, the desert landscape... ...alone.
  24. 24. 21 DayDream :: The third blocks is a combination of two different spaces, so two different emotions. The first one represent for me the daydream, therefore the imagination and creativity of Johan. I decide to symbolize the felling of daydream as a white empty room with two wide windows giving on the surrounding space and a unique long and narrow table with just one chair. An other important trait of the room is it’s ending, or better it’s connection with the second space, the malaise one. This relation is expressed with the extrusion of the Malaise :: As altready introduced the reason behind the relationship between the two spaces; the malise is represented trough out a wild and green garden, or better a terrace. A space compleatly contaminated by Nature. I try to associate the felling of malaise, illness and inadequacy clearly pointed out in the movie, trough out the illness of Ester and the inadequacy and malaise of the two sister and Johan him self, with the idea of taking cure, of growth and beauty perseverance. door, indeed there is not a door at the end of the room, but just a hole that leads you trough a small ground path at the extruded door located at the center of the terrace garden, the malaise room. I choose to highlight stronglythis relation between daydream and malaise baucause I perceive this relation also in the movie, the sheltering of Johan in his own world, dreaming and playing as to alleviate the harassing conflict between the mother and her sister.
  25. 25. 22 MotherlyLove :: The last dream space, or better emotion, is the mother love, which is clearly expressed during the whole movie. I choose to leave the motehrly love as the last feeling, even if the movie start with it. This choice I’ve made, is because only in the last minutes, in the scene where Johan and his mother abandon Ester to her fate, after Johan read aloud the letter leaved to him by Easter. The mother seems to mock his sister again and what she had written. Exactly in these last seconds I could perceive a felling of hate from Johan, which is probably the only one to have realized the situation and what they have left behind. The room is therefore characterized byanverydark environment, with no light and just an entrance door. The room is located exactly on the shore side and there are few steps which to have a contact with the water, so in my interpretation with a famale figure, something shapely and welcoming, which embraces and protects you, as mother with his own child. An other important feature of this space is it’s relation with the surrounding environment, indeed the cut made on the containing wall, which let enter the water, will also let the fog in, creating a feeling of complete embrace.
  26. 26. 23 The project concerns the topic of climate change, in particular, the inconvenient truth of continuous rising of the sea level. The area of the project is located in the South of Andalusia, the province of Sevilla, in the triangle made up of three different sites, El Rocio Matalscanas and San Lucar de Barrameda . Out o(f)n time Floating archipelago
  27. 27. 24 Present water level 2050 water level 2100 water level Present transport network 2050 transport network 2100 transport network Present Farmland/ Green belt 2050 Farmland/ Green belt 2100 Farmland/ Green belt The site analyzed for the development of the project is El Rocio a small town in the southern Spain, surrounded by the natural park of Donana (largest natural park in Europe) and famous for its black Madonna of the Rosary, that was said to have emerged from the surrounding forest and which attract almost 1 million pilgrims a year. The initial analysis was on a larger scale, it presents in a hypothetical way, the changes that rising sea levels will bring to the region in the future. The following utopian and catastrophic figures show, as the entire landscape, both natural and urban will drastically change. According to forecasts provided by NASA, the sea level rise will lead to almost complete immersion of the area, as El Rocio today reaches a maximum height of 9 meters above sea level.
  28. 28. 25 Present water level 2060 2100 2030 2075 Creation of artificial islands 2045 2090 Connection between islands The project set off with the construction of artificial islands on the existing landscape. The islands will be covered by green areas, whose function will be to drain the excess water. Subsequently the islands will be the foundation of a new “ utopian landscape “ , characterized by floating buildings connected together and anchored, initially, to the green islands. Each module will be founded on floating structures, where residential and public facilities will be built, and integrated with other modules, which will result in public spaces, beaches, pools and areas of cultivation and breeding. Apart from that, they will incorporate an innovative system of energy production, generated by the kinetic energy produced by the movement of tides and wind. All of these modules will be an urban area resting on floating platforms, built around the islands, which will remain usable only as green areas. The map presented doesn’t limit the organization of the urban structure, as the module are foreseen to allowthe changes according to the community’s needs.
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  30. 30. 27 New Venice Landscape
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  33. 33. 30 How will the world look like in one hundred years? and which architecture will characterize the cities of tomorrow? Surely a world more contaminated by water, from which we can assume that a suitable future will stand beyond the waterfront. The architecture will identify new spaces through shapes iterations and new architectural languages, all driven by a common strategy, a common morphology and typology. Regarding questions such as, why should we built on water? and whcih are the benefits? I assume that the cities of tomorrow will need a flexible structure able to asnwering all differ- ent needs and instead fighting agaist water we should start to exploit it as a new opportunity. Through this approach there will be no limit in the organization of the urban structure, as the modules are foreseen to allow the changes ac- cording to time and community’s needs. Moreover by using the existing urban landscape as building ground, it will offer space for new identities and opportunities for cities worldwide to flexibly respond to climate changes and future urbanization. The idea of ocean colonization is no longer an utopia, is the near future, conceived as a vision, an appeal for the renewal of utopia, a constant searching in alterantive ways of live.
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  35. 35. 32 The interest of the proposal grows with the use of the building and the discover of all its opportunities. The main structure has been kept and used in the creation of an hybrid, which main strenght is the program that contains. The urban impact is achieved through the volumes located at the sides and over the existing construction. An interaction of water, clouds and nature. Wellness and Food Wellness and Food Club, Bologna
  36. 36. 33 Each zone contains a very specific atmosphere, from secret gardens to calm waters. The whole concept is inspired and rooted in nature. Overlapping of of landscapes with possibility of different visuals, temperature, acoustics, olfactory private or social experience. A space of endless interpretation. The proposal is divided into volumes, allowing the simple understanding of the space, despite the complexity of the program. The idea is the awakening of experiences, a place of ethernal joy. Terrace Meditation Lounge Cafe Offices Gym Warm and Cold Pools Spa
  37. 37. 34 The project location is part of the territories of Palanzano and Monchio Corti, a mountain area between Parma and La Spezia. The project goal is to redevelop the old dairy of Palanzano, now in disuse. The complex, built in 1959, consists of two one-story buildings and a strong longitudinal development. The orientation is related to the wind, an essential element for the production of cheeses and hams, Farmhouse Essentia Project for tradition and cultural heritage, Parma
  38. 38. 35 The area of the project is part of the territories of Palanzano and Monchio Corti, the small mountains of Tosco-emiliano Apennines, between Parma and La Spezia. The project activity is to redevelop the old dairy of Palanzano now in disuse. The complex, built in 1959, consists of two one-story buildings and strongly longitudinal development. The orientation is related to the wind, essential element for producing the cheeses and hams, which became the excellence of the place. During the design phase the first step has been to rebuild the grading that, at the time of realization of the former dairy farm, had been upset. The winning choice turned out to be to restore the natural slope, highlighting it with terraces that also reinforced the function of limiting the hydrogeological problem which has seriously been affecting the area as a result of the abandonment of its crops. Thanks to the awareness of the strengths of the area I reached the conclusion of developing a multipurpose project that could enhance the elements of the landscape, according to the tradition of the area. The concept is to attract a niche tourism, linked to psychological well-being, while keeping alive a cultural link with the past, through the citizens. Thepropertyisdividedintothreeseparatebuildings, which correspond to three different functions and three different levels of interaction with the ground. During the design phase, the first step consisted in the rebuild the grading, that at the time of realization of the former dairy farm, had been upset. The winning choice, turned out to be the restore of the natural slope, highlighting it through terraces which reinforced the function of limiting hydrogeological problems, which seriously affected the area, as a result of the abandonment of its crops. Thanks to the awareness ofthe strengths ofthe area, I decide to develop a multipurpose project which could enhance the elements of the landscape, according to the tradition of the area. The concept is to attract a niche tourism, linked to psychological well-being, while keeping alive a cultural connection with the past, through the citizens. The propertyis divided into three separate buildings, which are correspondingW to three different functions and three different levels of interaction with the ground.
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  41. 41. 38 The proposal started from a meticulous analysis of the site, in particular of the existent Leonardo Campus. The aspect which represent one of the topic of the project, regards the study of the existents paths and ways from which mainly students’ reach the university campus. Indeed the project try to open up the campus to, and trough the city itself. Addendum Architecture New Public spaces for students, Milan
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  43. 43. 40 GSPublisherEngine 0.0.100.100 City Accesses GSPublisherEngine 0.0.100.100 Flows GSPublisherEngine 0.0.100.100 Interstices GSPublisherEngine 0.0.100.100 Day Accesses Another topic concern the understanding of students behaviour through the campus detections of interstices; areas not used by students anymore, and because of this, our proposal regards the retraining of those areas through light and selected small interventions, which are not aimed to demolish the preexistent urban fabric, but to enhance it trough the requalification of space. Furthermore a volumetric approach inspired by the study of previous interventions, such the ones of Gio Ponti and Vittoriano Viganò. The diagrams clearly describe our concept, representing the main students campus accessed and their flow into the current campus. TheMatrix,representtheparameterizationandcombination of the analyis previously described. The project is defined by the riqualification of interstitial areas, the opening of the campus to the city trough the implementation of promenades and public areas, and a clear volumetric approach, which trough the development of intersected volumes, will garantee an increment of the campus quality and missing needed functions. City Access People Flow Interstices Daily Access
  44. 44. 41 Directional Processes
  45. 45. 42 There was once an island in the Bay of Bengal. The Indians called it New Moore, the Bengalis South Talpatti. For 30 years, the 2 countries have been embroiled in an argument over their property. Then, the sea effectively resolved the controversy in its own manner: by submerging the island and burying it. Nobody’s Land Land of Colour Contamination, Dhaka
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  47. 47. 1 The RGB Dialogue represents the intention to cast a new iconography of the Apocalyptic myth perception. The prototype behaviour is expressed through a dialogue between man and machine. An interpretation of feelings and physical translation into colors. Flood as dynamicity Blend as aggregation A white canvas as a new beginning
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  49. 49. 3 Current Bangladesh’s situation with a widespread water pollution Concentration of surface pollution occurred through a control of the river’s streams The “Inverted Pyramid” is a mega filter located in the buriganga river, which skin is made out of sponges and filters The development was done through a construction of an initial steel frame and tubes for pumping up and store the drinkable water The upcycle settlements have been developed in time and through the recycle of the surrounding floating pollution The completed system presents an enclosed circular maze shape, which enhance the initial filtration and collection of pollution When saturated, the system rejects some of the components which will be used as as environmental warning device for new landless people settlements Climate changes and the rising sea level are gradually distorting the geography and life of Bangladesh. People start to conceive water as something fearful, as a contaminated stain from which they need to escape and Climatic refugees were born, so as Nobody’s Land. A floating recycled Island made of upycled waste, which takes into account issues relating to land ownership in particular, as well as all those people who have lost everything, as a result of abrupt climate changes, such as the rising sea levels, erosion and land subsidence. Whose only option is to self declare themselves as climate refugees and seek shelter in the slums of big cities, such as those in Dhaka. Due to polluted water derived from a severe negligence from multinationals and small industries, Bangladeshi water has become a constant polluted stain. The proposal role is to radically alter the way people interpret the problem, helping them to understand that the water and the pollution, that comes with, can be used and exploited as a new opportunity and a new way of living. Aconcept ofwaterbeing a placewithout property; conceived as an environmental and social warning system, where the architecture is alive and is constantly shaped due to environmental conditions. As The National Assembly building, by Louis Khan which through its monumental presence works as a symbolic monument to the government of Bangladesh, Nobody’s Land will became a symbol of democracy and pride for the Bangali people, using colours to identify spaces, colour as shaper of space. Located in the southwestern part of Dhaka, where all the issues described earlier occurred, Nobody’s Land is characterised by a mazed concentric circular shape, faced together along an artificial vortex in order to capture solid waste and thus purify the water to make it drinkable, in an attempt to solve another big problem in Bangladesh,which consist in the low amount of drinkable water sources. The Vortex works as a mega-filter, through which the current of the river itself draws contaminated water and floating debris towards the centre, whcih takes the form of a double spiral. Furthermore, since the walls of the vortex are covered with filters and sponges, as the water travels down towards the bottom, it is constantly being purified and finally becoming drinkable. The vortex is positioned on the river bed, held down by a metal structure made up of three concentric cylinders, on which the tubes for storage and distribution of purified water are secured.
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  52. 52. 6 Upcycled Panels Floating Platforms Smart Sponges Drinkable Water Distribution Smart Filters Upcycled Structure Filtering Tentacles As mentioned earlier, the surface structure assumes a concentric and labyrinthine organization, so as to exploit the currents nearby to its advantage. This process thus gathers floating solid waste, which occurs prior to the water treatment, and draws it through some artificial tentacles located between the floating blocks with the purpose of trapping the solid waste. The entire structure, from the platform to the tiniest detail, is made up from polluting material that is harvested, purified, pulverized and melted down before being reshaped. A new way of living based on an old one.
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