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21 February 2019

So beautiful! Architects using 3D printing to create the concept of Ocean City

So beautiful! Architects using 3D printing to create the concept of Ocean City

Recently, Belgium architect Vincent Callebaut proposes a new urban design concept, emphasizes the concept of sustainable development, and focuses on ocean governance.
In short, Callebaut creates an ocean city construction plan, and the plan is likely to change in the future. He created a very futuristic fictional city called Aequorea (siphonophore), the Ming Chai comes from a glowing jellyfish biotechnology–Aequorea Victoria, because the outline of the whole city seems very similar.ttteddere
As far as 3D printing network in China know, Callebaut conception of a shell-shaped building in the city, made by marine waste plastics as raw material Roland LED UV Printers parts built. Callebaut project, known as the “seventh continent by the rubbish 3D printing and into a sea of skyscrapers”, as the garbage of all human-generated.
People waste a few centuries later, to understand that resources are not endless, areas of human existence is extremely limited. According to Callebaut said, all 3D printing architecture in this city is by algae and built of composite materials made of plastic, exactly, a material known as algoplast.‘iuntitled
Seeing so many captivating images, in short, Callebaut proposes such a fanciful idea is to let people know, the whole 50% of the oxygen on Earth from the ocean, it is most active on the planet’s lungs. And we can make use of 3D printing technology to sustainability of the marine construction, rather than to destroy it.