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DANDELION - The 'Dandelion' project is to address climate change plans and to guide greener and denser development, reducing carbon emissions for the future. The concept of 'Dandelion' is to explore through the float farming of vegetables, herbs, and vegetation facilities. In addition, renewable energy will be harvested via green prototype design elements harnessing geothermal, wind and solar power. - In collaboration with James Sim (landscape architect)
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DANDELION - The 'Dandelion' project is to address climate change plans and to guide greener and denser development, reducing carbon emissions for the future. The concept of 'Dandelion' is to explore through the float farming of vegetables, herbs, and vegetation facilities. In addition, renewable energy will be harvested via green prototype design elements harnessing geothermal, wind and solar power. - In collaboration with James Sim (landscape architect)
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DANDELION - The 'Dandelion' project is to address climate change plans and to guide greener and denser development, reducing carbon emissions for the future. The concept of 'Dandelion' is to explore through the float farming of vegetables, herbs, and vegetation facilities. In addition, renewable energy will be harvested via green prototype design elements harnessing geothermal, wind and solar power. - In collaboration with James Sim (landscape architect)
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DANDELION - The 'Dandelion' project is to address climate change plans and to guide greener and denser development, reducing carbon emissions for the future. The concept of 'Dandelion' is to explore through the float farming of vegetables, herbs, and vegetation facilities. In addition, renewable energy will be harvested via green prototype design elements harnessing geothermal, wind and solar power. - In collaboration with James Sim (landscape architect)
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Digital Sketchbook - Design process of Project Dandelion
- In collaboration with James Sim (landscape architect)

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