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Energy Overlays. Land Art Generator Initiative | Robert Ferry, Elisabeth Monoian

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ENERGY OVERLAYS

Land Art Generator Initiative

Auteur:Robert Ferry, Elisabeth Monoian

Uitgever:Hirmer Verlag

ISBN: 978-3-7774-3068-3

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 240 pagina's
  • 11 okt. 2018

Energy Overlays provides a glimpse into our post-carbon future where energy infrastructure is seamlessly woven into the fabric of our cities as works of public art. Fifty designs use a variety of renewable energy technologies to arrive at innovative site-specific solutions. Power plants of the future will be the perfect place to have a picnic!

On the foreshore of St Kilda with the skyline of Melbourne as a backdrop rises a new kind of power plant – one that merges renewable energy production with leisure, recreation, and education. Energy Overlays provides a roadmap to our sustainable future with essays about the energy transition and beautiful renderings and diagrams of more than fifty designs. The result is a city where the infrastructures that power our world are designed to be reflections of culture, where public parks provide clean electricity to the city grid, and where the art that makes our lives more vibrant and interesting is also part of the solution to climate change.

Energy Overlays provides a glimpse into our post-carbon future where energy infrastructure is seamlessly woven into the fabric of our cities as works of public art. Fifty designs use a variety of renewable energy technologies to arrive at innovative site-specific solutions. Power plants of the future will be the perfect place to have a picnic!

On the foreshore of St Kilda with the skyline of Melbourne as a backdrop rises a new kind of power plant – one that merges renewable energy production with leisure, recreation, and education. Energy Overlays provides a roadmap to our sustainable future with essays about the energy transition and beautiful renderings and diagrams of more than fifty designs. The result is a city where the infrastructures that power our world are designed to be reflections of culture, where public parks provide clean electricity to the city grid, and where the art that makes our lives more vibrant and interesting is also part of the solution to climate change.

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