The most common view of the future is the extrapolated present. All will be like today, even better. Tomorrow we will become faster and stronger.
How does the most recognizable image of future architecture look like? You can google it by phrases "future city", "future architecture" etc., and you will see the pictures of architecture with flowing forms and green terraces, city farms and so on. We can say that it looks more eco-friendly than modern cities. But in fact, there is no big difference. The central principle of making such a city is still the same. It's anthropocentric ecology, when we search for a territory, deforest it and clear the space, build biomorphic houses and plant something green there, thus destroying natural world around the future city. This nature we've placed into sterile room isn't a part of a complicated ecosystem anymore. The city which is designed this way will never become a part of a real world of nature.
We try to critically evaluate such view of future architecture. We are rethinking how to change the main concept of urban construction, to find something fundamentally different. The rapid growth of human society in today's scenario leads to natural systems resiliency weakening. We want to draw your attention to the alternative scenario of the future that will be based on another philosophy and will bring new aesthetics. We call you to turn into reality this concept of the new architecture with us. We invite you to prototype it here and now as it's the most effective method of working with the future.
How should future architecture look like? We feel it like live architecture. In the truest sense of the word the new architecture should be biotic. Try to imagine a house where walls are formed by live trees. Such a building will keep on growing and existing in nature rhythmic. We are talking about dynamic architecture that will change with nature cycles in the most sensible way.
We can't rebuild the existing cities. But we can show an alternative way of our evolution in part of the architecture that can change the way of life in our cities and make it more nature-aligned. That is how we can break new ground.
We are looking for cooperation with every single one of you who feel the resonance with our view of the future. If you have any ideas and want to contribute, let us hear from you: email@example.com