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Forward Thinking Architecture develops “floating responsive agriculture”

Architecture | July 30, 2014 |

Floating responsive agricultureImage courtesy of Forward Thinking Architecture

Forward Thinking Architecture presents “floating responsive agriculture”

Forward Thinking Architecture is the counterpart and research arm of JAPA architectural practice. It is based on an ideas LAB format, involved on a variety of subjects such as architecture, urbanism, prototype development and strategic thinking and its effects on the city.

Floating responsive agricultureImage courtesy of Forward Thinking Architecture

“We are inmerse in a changing world, where new ideas, surprises and unexpected juxtapositions are emerging in a daily basis. We live and work in the present, dealing with real projects and current affairs according to existing contexts, but we also have a proactive mentality and our eyes opened in order to try to anticipate future needs adding efforts to multiply results. We aim to develop potential strategies and new ways of Thinking (T) that can improve the quality of life.”

STRATEGIC – (T)
GLOCAL – (T)
SELF-SUFFICIENT- (T)
TERRITORIAL – (T)
EDUCATIONAL – (T)
COLLABORATIVE – (T)
INNOVATIVE – (T)
HOLISTIC – (T)

Floating responsive agricultureImage courtesy of Forward Thinking Architecture

Floating responsive agriculture is a method to counteract the projected rise of food demand accompanied by the world’s increasing population. The proposal addresses the pressing issue of global food security and introduces a unifying urban design strategy based on a network idea which deals with supply needs and integrates connected self-sufficiency into cities.

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