The goal of modern development has created a clear separation between agricultural and industrial activities, between human and nature, between fluid and solid territories, which become a threat to human living. As we move forwards and slowly detach from nature, we neglect the power of it and forget how we once live with it. Ayutthaya is the city which illustrates such on-going situation clearly, from the day when water was city’s breath to the day when water become city’s catastrophe to local economy, society and environment. In planning for the prospect Ayutthaya we shall try to understand the formation of crisis, in order to determine the new balance between water, Ayutthaya living and Chao Phraya river basin.
Continue reading 2050 Ultra Flood Plain | Ayutthaya Thailand | Shma
The project seeks to find a effective collaboration between two principal necessities: find a new brand for the productive area which is now experiencing a deep crisis and contrast the strong ecological impact that the area has on surrounding territories. The solution is transform the area into a ZEA: Zero Emission Area.
Continue reading Energy Land(ing)-scape | Calderara di Reno Italy
Public transportation is a shared passenger transportation service which is available for use by the general public. Different systems overlaps to reach every corner of the city forming a network made of lines, nodes and points.
Continue reading Diverse Networks | Rotterdam Netherlands | Openfabric
During June this year a LED seesaw was placed by ENESS in Federation Square in Melbourne Australia with rows of light the respond to the tilt of the seesaw.
Continue reading A Tilt of Light | Melbourne Australia | ENESS
The first phase of Singapore’s dramatic Gardens by the Bay project opens to the public on 29th June following completion of the 54-hectare £500m Bay South Garden by a world-class British design team led by Bath-based landscape architects, Grant Associates.
Continue reading Gardens by the Bay | Singapore | Grant Associates