Eco Architecture: T-Tree project to make you live on the branches of an artificial tree
Aug 21, 2009 14:22
Sustainable and green developments are on high demand now, what with dwindling natural resources and depleting ozone layer.
With this is mind, Adil Azhiyev and Ivan Kudryavtsev have tried to mimic trees in their design for a modern residential skyscraper, dubbed the T-Tree. The T-Tree is a social housing project where the core of the tree carries the elevator shafts and the stairs and the branches will be cubic apartments each with a side of 3m.
Each module will be made from recycled materials and carry built-in facilities, furniture, toilets and shower units. The top of the structure will carry additional modules, which will house wind turbines to provide up to 25% of the energy requirement of the skyscraper.
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