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arcology

(ɑːˈkɒlədʒɪ)
npl -gies
a type of architecture concerned with the design of enormous vertical cities that maximize population density and so preserve the surrounding countrysidea city in this architectural system
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ENPNewswire-August 16, 2019--CODEBASE'S ARCOLOGY INTEGRATES ETHEREUM VIRTUAL MACHINES INTO ENTERPRISE BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM
His desert headquarters has now been a pilgrimage site for generations of countercultural-leaning architects, and his signature philosophy of "arcology"--which fused architecture with ecology in an effort to secure an environmentally sustainable future for humankind-could hardly seem more prescient.
Arcology optimization and simulation framework [thesis submitted to the faculty of the graduate school of the University of Maryland, College Park, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of systems engineering master of science].
Colette van Jaarsveld, managing partner at Arcology International, which designed the eatery, commented: "When we dig deep down to the core and compare values, visions and needs, we are all the same and it is this very same spirit of 'inclusion' that we wanted to embody in Skye & Walker.
Qualifications Provide A General Description Of The Expertise Of The Team, Identifying The Individuals That Would Be Working On The Project With A Description Of Their Background, Experience, Familiarity With The Basic Concepts Of Arcology And Details Regarding Their Specific Role Proposed For The Project.
Summary: In his inaugural speech at the last World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, Sultan Al-Jaber, a minister of state in the United Arab Emirates and chairman of Masdar, the architecture and ecology, or "arcology," project, said: "Renewable energy is a critical component for building a sustainable future and has today changed from an expensive alternative to a competitive technology of choice."
Eymeri writes that while Masdar was "supposed to attract more than 50,000 people and almost as many commuters," few businesses have arrived since the arcology opened its doors four years ago.
Perhaps here we might have a thing or two to learn from the Arcology of Paolo Soleri or the designs of R.
Paolo Soleri is an Italian architect probably best known for his concept of arcology, mixing architecture and ecology by densely concentrating human habitation and thus sparing surrounding agricultural lands and natural habitats.
Titled New Orleans Arcology Habitat, or NOAH, the sturdy triangular creation dissipates strong weather by allowing it to blow through.
He dubbed his idea of cities with much smaller ecological footprints "arcology," the synthesis of architecture and ecology.
Italian architect Paolo Soleri designed Arcosanti according to his concept of "arcology" (architecture + ecology), whereby, in his words, "the built and the living interact as organs would in a highly evolved being." Underpinning the concept is that "many systems work together, with efficient circulation of people and resources, multi-use buildings, and solar orientation for lighting, heating and cooling."