Spiral walls

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Tari and Hadas's permaculture design project.

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Spiral walls

  1. 1. SPIRAL WALLSBy your friends at the farm…
  2. 2. Listen and Imagine… http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Yg3W11G4In0 http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=_UFEMMxxxH4
  3. 3. Our Vision…  Urban design  Subtropical climate  Our Guiding Principles:  Welcoming community  Efficiency- space, effort, resources,  Accessibility- user friendly  Self-Reliant  Aesthetics
  4. 4. Challenges=Opportunities Space limitations = Multifunctional Space Social capital = Complementary Relationships/ Creative Synergies Local businesses = Waste Management Direct Sunlight = Renewable Energy Water Run-off = Water Catchment
  5. 5. Design Method Paper toss Zones and Sectors Analysis- urban sectors, natural sectors Natural Patterns Natural filtration Feng Shui Energetics
  6. 6. Urban Zones and Sectors Zone 1: Outside window Zone 2: Balcony Zone 3: Livelihood Zone 4: Community green spaces/neighbor’s yard Zone 5: Wild zone
  7. 7. External Structural ElementsSpiral staircase(edible vines)Full length waterfountain-southFiltration pondLobby (bamboowalls)Green fence(deciduous trees) –westRenewable energysystems
  8. 8. Internal Structural Elements Living room Dining room Bedroom (east) Bathroom (south) Kitchen (south) Large windows (north and east) Balcony (west) Growing space on window ledges
  9. 9. Community Space Elements  Roof top  Potable medicinal and edible plants  Green roof - grasses  Social gathering  Trellis  Water catchment  Stairwell  Edible vine plants  Outdoor hallway and community gathering
  10. 10. Rain and Sunshine Energy  Solar paneled walls  Solar paneled windows (transparent)  Solar powered water pump Water  Roof rain catchment  Grey water fountain  Filtration pond
  11. 11. Permaculture Principles Cooperation vs. Competition Observation Stacking Function Catch and Store Energy Obtain A Yield Produce No Waste
  12. 12. Permaculture Principles Maximize Edges Stability Self-Regulation Act where it county the most Small and slow intensive solutionsOne building at a time…
  13. 13. GOAT

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