Energy Farm proposes a complex intermeshing of variable interacting agents. Three interacting fields (the ground, the space frame and the heliotropic ‘sky-pins’) compose a differentiated yet synthetic landscape capable of finely controlling and generating a series of varied environments. Through a synthetic set of parameters, this proposal works to create difference at the micro scale of inhabitation. These fully responsive sets of site systems respond, fluctuate, transform and produce according to environmental or energy needs of program and inhabitation; they become energetic agents in the conception and activation of urban space.
Location: Seoul, Korea
Design: Future Cities Lab - Jason Kelly Johnson & Nataly Gattegno
Project Team: Anthony Viola, Beth Haber
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