Can skyscrapers also be airlifted for refugees to live in? See how a designer opens a hole in the brain

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 Can skyscrapers also be airlifted for refugees to live in? See how a designer opens a hole in the brain


Origami style skyscrapers can be folded up like accordion and transported to disaster areas around the world. This design work won the first prize in the Evolo skyscraper design competition in 2018. The structure of this skyscraper is carried out through the giant helium balloon placed inside the building, which can protect the building from external force. The lightweight 3D printing plate is directly connected to the balloon of the skyscraper center and lifted up through helium. By controlling the helium volume of the injected balloon, the height of the building and the number of rooms can be controlled. This means that a skyscraper can be adjusted according to the environment and needs of the site. This design defeats the design works of the other 515 skyscrapers. The second place is a Japanese Temple skyscraper designed by TonyLeung, a designer in Hongkong, Hongkong. The designer said that with the expansion of the city, rice fields and temples gradually fade out of sight. The project aims to rebuild the traditional interaction between the Tokyo Ginza shrine and the local residents to create a city building for rice cultivation, spiritual meditation, and community development. The third prize winner is designer ClaudioCArayaAriass design project WariaLemuy: Fire skyscraper. The proposal has designed a new prototype for vertical housing in areas with frequent wildfires in Chile. The proposal seeks a new way of settlement in high-rise residential systems to avoid the impact of old residential patterns. RyanGormley, a British designer, designed an honorary nomination award in the TheUrbanLungTimber skyscraper of Bermingham Solihull. UrbanLung isolates the free carbon in the atmosphere by using local trees and other sustainable materials. Another design that attracted the attention of the judges is the River Plaza in India: water purification skyscrapers. The work, designed by a team of Korean experts, suggests building a skyscraper in a river to purify the sewage and then send it to a nearby village or residential area. The design of the volcano skyscraper was also awarded the honorary nomination award. Is this to use volcanic lava to generate electricity? LivingQuary, designed in Amman, Jordan, aims to repair an abandoned quarry and build a skyscraper with existing environment and culture. The earth health skyscraper (TheEarthHealerSkyscraper) envisages a future for the outbreak of the third world war between countries and countries because of the scramble for oil reserves, and the massive use of nuclear weapons has led to the destruction of the entire ecological environment on the earth. Skyscrapers are designed to provide shelter, and to draw key remaining resources from the environment. This picture shows the vertical airport designed by Jonathan Ortega (JonathanOrte-ga), which effectively uses vertical space to reduce the area of the airport and leave more space for the green space. Reincarnation: the Buddhist skyscraper (TheReincarnation:BuddhistSkyscraper) is a vertical cemetery built to commemorate the dead. The ashes of the dead are used as nutrients for seed germination, symbolizing the life cycle of Buddhist faith. SandDam is also a concept of high-rise buildings, which can be moved through the bottom track.