London Bridge Future Powered By Solar and Stimulating The Economy With Fresh Produce
Jul 16, 2009 17:31
London bridge will be all pimped up in the future assuming this plan can come to fruition. Futuristic designs suggest solar energy generators with a towering vertical farm.
The latest design by Laurie Chetwood, envisions London Bridge as a sustainable structure, which generates renewable energy and organic food for the people of London.
The next-gen proposal comes with a sprouting vertical farm in the midst of the Thames River. The bridge has been designed with solar and wind energy generating spires, which power a self-sufficient organic farm and commercial center.
The design makes London Bridge a central meeting place for people to gather and also buy goods for their homes. The two main components of the bridge not only enable it to produce food in the vertical farm but also sell it at water level. Sounds like a pretty wide plan involving socio economics too if you asked me.
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