(The AEGIS Alliance) – The “Heal-Berg” a futuristic skyscraper, just maybe the subsequent generation of sustainable construction. This iceberg-shaped style for a floating skyscraper will heal the Earth by zapping carbon dioxide and transforming it into fresh and breathable air. Luca Beltrame from Italy and Saba Nabavi Tafreshi from Iran created the concept, this promising style earned an honorable mention in Evolo’s 2017 Skyscraper Competition.
In their submission, the inventors wrote: “Our vision for HEAL-BERG is to develop independent complexes (in terms of energy and mobility), created to cease, heal and reverse the approach of climate modification and its impacts on the planet.
We went on a mission to gather some of the most recent innovative technologies breakthroughs from all about the planet, and combine them as components of a higher embodiment operating as a entire to realize a aim, survival.”
The structure is proposed to be unveiled in Antarctica during the year 2022 and will function mainly based on four suggestions: power generation, purification, drone mobility, and revolutionary supplies. Purification will be performed by the use of lasers created at the University of California that zap carbon dioxide and transform it into fresh oxygen.
Energy is able to be generated through salient gradient (osmotic) energy using salt water, and effectively capturing energy from the wind making use of constructed-in turbines. The Heal-Berg will be constructed with graphene, a really lightweight material, 200 instances stronger than steel. Heal-Berg will be much more than just a power generating, air purifying machine. The floating structure will even have residential units, along with drones to be used for transportation.
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