Mon, 21 Aug|
Superformula (math 2003) for Architects & Built Environment
In this session, we will discover Superformula (new math 2003) and spatial relations in architecture and the built environment. Roads cleaning water. Buildings cleaning the air. Cooling the planet instead of heating her up.
Time & Location
21 Aug, 19:00 – 21:00 CEST
About the Event
On July 3, we discussed Biomimicry & Superformula and the huge potential for this #1 innovation method to become an adaptive species on our planet.
In this session, we will discuss the huge opportunities of Superformula for the built environment. Cities cooling the planet. Sponge cities creating enough drinking water 4 ALL. Termite ventilation over height. No machines. Everything in our systemic projects is just sustainable BY DESIGN.
We will use the real-life examples of the LAVA Lab architects in Germany and Ecoshape Building with Nature (roads and infrastructures) in our explanations of Biomimicry & Superformula. Not only new buildings. Also Existing cities and rural areas.
Let's redesign the world like a BlueGreen City!
For the ones not familiar with the Superformula, we will also quickly explain the Superformula itself. And how to use it. You will receive the slides afterward for further study. Or you can use our Abundanism YouTube Channel for deeper dives.
Superformula built environment