Eco factor: Green urbanism combines green architecture and technology.
Based on synthetic hyper-structures, Graham Thompson has designed a new a new kind of urbanism that amalgamates technology with architecture. The recently proposed green development includes urban farming zones, undulated surface towers, solar recharging zones and recreational areas. The recent graduate from the Bartlett School of Architecture in the United Kingdom has rethought urban density, personal spaces and communal areas.
A number of urban farming zones in multiple levels feature their own watering and nutrient monitoring systems, while various undulated surface towers extend vertically under a bionic tower to grow a new urban biotope to preserve the local flora and fauna and recreate a food production zone to be managed by the inhabitants.
To meet with the energy requirements, the green urbanism embraces different solar recharging zones. Allocating the flow around a spreading spine in the loop of numerous elevators, the synthetic hyper-structures makes use of truncated and elongated curvatures throughout the buildings that offer a better circulatory fluidity and accessibility by intervening the environmental flows.