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Graphic_designer 3dsmax_Photoshop_ Responsible for art commission package of NYC
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Brazil_Bahia_Four_Spirits_Resort_Jan07 - ICrave_Design_NewYork - Project_manager_ Inspirations : Balinese_statues_architecture / Chinese_landscaping / Cambodian_temples / Feng_Shui / Walt_Disney_maintenance / 4elements_water_earth_fire_wind
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Brazil_Bahia_Four_Spirits_Resort_Jan07 - ICrave_Design_NewYork - Project_manager_ Inspirations : Balinese_statues_architecture / Chinese_landscaping / Cambodian_temples / Feng_Shui / Walt_Disney_maintenance / 4elements_water_earth_fire_wind
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Brazil_Bahia_Four_Spirits_Resort_Jan07 - ICrave_Design_NewYork - Project_manager_ Inspirations : Balinese_statues_architecture / Chinese_landscaping / Cambodian_temples / Feng_Shui / Walt_Disney_maintenance / 4elements_water_earth_fire_wind
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Resort
Brazil_Bahia_Four_Spirits_Resort_Jan07 - ICrave_Design_NewYork - Project_manager_ Inspirations : Balinese_statues_architecture / Chinese_landscaping / Cambodian_temples / Feng_Shui / Walt_Disney_maintenance / 4elements_water_earth_fire_wind
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Resort
Brazil_Bahia_Four_Spirits_Resort_Jan07 - ICrave_Design_NewYork - Project_manager_ Inspirations : Balinese_statues_architecture / Chinese_landscaping / Cambodian_temples / Feng_Shui / Walt_Disney_maintenance / 4elements_water_earth_fire_wind
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Resort
Brazil_Bahia_Four_Spirits_Resort_Jan07 - ICrave_Design_NewYork - Project_manager_ Inspirations : Balinese_statues_architecture / Chinese_landscaping / Cambodian_temples / Feng_Shui / Walt_Disney_maintenance / 4elements_water_earth_fire_wind
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NewYork_Homeway_the_great_suburban_exodus_Sept09 - Pratt_Terreform - How can our cities extend into the suburbs sustainability? We propose to put our future American dwellings on wheels. These retrofitted houses will flock towards downtown city cores and back. We intended to reinforce our existing highways between cities with an intelligent renewable infrastructure. Therefore our homes will be enabled to flow continuously from urban core to core. Our proposal envisions an immense and vital solution to a fundamental problem: American suburbs fail to work efficiently. In the next 25 years we will build 56 million new homes that will consume 18.8 million acres of virgin land and emit 7.3 billion tons of CO2 per year. These frameworks of development need to be rethought to meet our ecological carrying capacities. Why should we put further energy into past inferior patterns? America needs to deliver dwellings closer to our existing main infrastructural arteries. We cannot continue to overextend our thinly disturbed resource lines. America has always been a nation on the road. We desire to move the suburbs on smart networked wheels. We intend to affix a diverse range of mobility mechanisms to home units that generate our novel HOMEWAY system. In the future, the physical home will remain permanent but its location will be transient. Our static suburbs will be transformed into a dynamic and deployable flow. Houses will have the option to switch from parked to low speed. Homes, big box retail, movie theaters, supermarkets, business hubs, food production, and power plants will depart from their existing sprawled communities and line up along highways to create a truly breathing interconnected metabolic urbanism. Dense ribbons of food, energy, waste and water elements will follow the direction of moving population clusters. Credits: Terreform ONE, Mitchell Joachim, Maria Aiolova, Melanie Fessel, Philip Weller, Ian Slover, Landon Young, Cecil Howell, Andrea Michalski, Sofie Bamberg, Alex Colard, Zachary Aders.
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NewYork_Homeway_the_great_suburban_exodus_Sept09 - Pratt_Terreform - How can our cities extend into the suburbs sustainability? We propose to put our future American dwellings on wheels. These retrofitted houses will flock towards downtown city cores and back. We intended to reinforce our existing highways between cities with an intelligent renewable infrastructure. Therefore our homes will be enabled to flow continuously from urban core to core. Our proposal envisions an immense and vital solution to a fundamental problem: American suburbs fail to work efficiently. In the next 25 years we will build 56 million new homes that will consume 18.8 million acres of virgin land and emit 7.3 billion tons of CO2 per year. These frameworks of development need to be rethought to meet our ecological carrying capacities. Why should we put further energy into past inferior patterns? America needs to deliver dwellings closer to our existing main infrastructural arteries. We cannot continue to overextend our thinly disturbed resource lines. America has always been a nation on the road. We desire to move the suburbs on smart networked wheels. We intend to affix a diverse range of mobility mechanisms to home units that generate our novel HOMEWAY system. In the future, the physical home will remain permanent but its location will be transient. Our static suburbs will be transformed into a dynamic and deployable flow. Houses will have the option to switch from parked to low speed. Homes, big box retail, movie theaters, supermarkets, business hubs, food production, and power plants will depart from their existing sprawled communities and line up along highways to create a truly breathing interconnected metabolic urbanism. Dense ribbons of food, energy, waste and water elements will follow the direction of moving population clusters. Credits: Terreform ONE, Mitchell Joachim, Maria Aiolova, Melanie Fessel, Philip Weller, Ian Slover, Landon Young, Cecil Howell, Andrea Michalski, Sofie Bamberg, Alex Colard, Zachary Aders.
3Drendering
3Drendering
NewYork_Pedestrian_bridge_Summer07 - H2L2_urban_planning_NewYork_Philadelphia - Graphic_designer 3dsmax_Photoshop_ Responsible for art commission package of NYC
3Drendering
3Drendering
NewYork_Pedestrian_bridge_summer07 - H2L2_urban_planning_NewYork_Philadelphia - Graphic_designer 3dsmax_Photoshop_ Responsible for art commission package of NYC
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