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Ned Scott’s War Room is a science fiction tale of a hypothetical future where England has run out of energy sources after the Energy War of 2050. The scenario explores the possible implementation of a decentralised closed-loop agrarian economy. This is an MArch project at Bartlett, 2012

The War Rooms, by Ned Scott – 2012

Ned Scott’s War Room is a science fiction tale of a hypothetical future where England has run out of energy sources after the Energy War of 2050. The scenario explores the possible implementation of a decentralised closed-loop agrarian economy. This is an MArch project at Bartlett, 2012

Ned Scott’s War Room is a science fiction tale of a hypothetical future where England has run out of energy sources after the Energy War of 2050. The scenario explores the possible implementation of a decentralised closed-loop agrarian economy. This is an MArch project at Bartlett, 2012

The War Rooms, by Ned Scott – 2012

Ned Scott’s War Room is a science fiction tale of a hypothetical future where England has run out of energy sources after the Energy War of 2050. The scenario explores the possible implementation of a decentralised closed-loop agrarian economy. This is an MArch project at Bartlett, 2012

Zoroastrian Towers of Silence  A proper architectural typology was invented solely for the purpose of burial’s ritual: transported in the desert bynasellars (traditional zoroastrian pallbearers), the bodies of the deceased were then carted onto sandstone, forbidding hills, to be eventually disposed on cilindrical constructions called Towers of Silence.

Zoroastrian Towers of Silence A proper architectural typology was invented solely for the purpose of burial’s ritual: transported in the desert bynasellars (traditional zoroastrian pallbearers), the bodies of the deceased were then carted onto sandstone, forbidding hills, to be eventually disposed on cilindrical constructions called Towers of Silence.

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