3D-printed floating villages could be a means to future energy independence. The structures, envisioned by architect Vincent Callebaut, would recycle ocean waste harvested from international waters as building materials for new, sustainable marine architecture. The composite material would comprise a mix of plastic waste and algae. Biomimetic and completely self-sufficient, these sustainable habitats are a vision of an egalitarian society for environmentally conscious individuals.

3D-printed floating villages could be a means to future energy independence. The structures, envisioned by architect Vincent Callebaut, would recycle ocean waste harvested from international waters as building materials for new, sustainable marine architecture. The composite material would comprise a mix of plastic waste and algae. Biomimetic and completely self-sufficient, these sustainable habitats are a vision of an egalitarian society for environmentally conscious individuals.

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

Teneriffa-Stern-01-G,Teneriffe Star Picture of Diatom, Microscopic Nature, phytoplankton closeup plant life , Water, Plankton, Algae, Diatomeen,Algen, Kieselalge , microscope, Mikroskop

Teneriffa-Stern-01-G,Teneriffe Star Picture of Diatom, Microscopic Nature, phytoplankton closeup plant life , Water, Plankton, Algae, Diatomeen,Algen, Kieselalge , microscope, Mikroskop

Vincent Callebaut's Futuristic oceanscapers are floating villages 3D-printed from algae and plastic waste | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Vincent Callebaut's Futuristic oceanscapers are floating villages 3D-printed from algae and plastic waste | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Flotation Bulbs    Photograph by Timothy G. Laman    Giant kelp, one of the fastest growing plants in the world, uses flotation bulbs like these to grow toward the water's surface.

Flotation Bulbs Photograph by Timothy G. Laman Giant kelp, one of the fastest growing plants in the world, uses flotation bulbs like these to grow toward the water's surface.

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

3D-printed floating villages could be a means to future energy independence. The structures, envisioned by architect Vincent Callebaut, would recycle ocean waste harvested from international waters as building materials for new, sustainable marine architecture. The composite material would comprise a mix of plastic waste and algae. Biomimetic and completely self-sufficient, these sustainable habitats are a vision of an egalitarian society for environmentally conscious individuals.

3D-printed floating villages could be a means to future energy independence. The structures, envisioned by architect Vincent Callebaut, would recycle ocean waste harvested from international waters as building materials for new, sustainable marine architecture. The composite material would comprise a mix of plastic waste and algae. Biomimetic and completely self-sufficient, these sustainable habitats are a vision of an egalitarian society for environmentally conscious individuals.

3D-printed floating villages could be a means to future energy independence. The structures, envisioned by architect Vincent Callebaut, would recycle ocean waste harvested from international waters as building materials for new, sustainable marine architecture. The composite material would comprise a mix of plastic waste and algae. Biomimetic and completely self-sufficient, these sustainable habitats are a vision of an egalitarian society for environmentally conscious individuals.

3D-printed floating villages could be a means to future energy independence. The structures, envisioned by architect Vincent Callebaut, would recycle ocean waste harvested from international waters as building materials for new, sustainable marine architecture. The composite material would comprise a mix of plastic waste and algae. Biomimetic and completely self-sufficient, these sustainable habitats are a vision of an egalitarian society for environmentally conscious individuals.

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

Οι Φουτουριστικό oceanscapers Vincent Callebaut είναι πλωτά χωριά 3D-τυπωμένο από τα φύκια και τα πλαστικά απόβλητα | Inhabitat - Green Design, Καινοτομία, Αρχιτεκτονική, Green Building

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