TDEX 213 Corona Bar Design Proposal - In The UK, 80% of fans considered noise at festivals had an environmental impact, 82% thought waste had a negative impact, 56% thought festivals had a negative carbon footprint, 60% were worried about water, 53% were concerned with land damage and a whopping 84% thought travel and transport had a negative environmental impact. After massive press coverage on climate change, awareness of the link between CO2 and global warming was up 26% in two years.
TDEX 213 Corona Bar Render (1a) - Millions of tonnes of recycling to be stored in warehouses as price of paper and plastic collapses.
Taxpayers could be forced to foot a multi-million-pound bill for the storage of recycled waste as Britain’s system is plunged into chaos and firms struggle to shift thousands of tons of rubbish. Despite householders being told to carefully sort their rubbish, experts say that waste, especially paper, is becoming impossible to sell and costing a fortune to store.
TDEX 213 Corona Bar Internal Visual - The standard form of my design proposal enables plastic waste bales to be used as an innovative and experimental flooring material. Not only could the raised platform provide enhanced views of the festival but also it compliments and supports Glastonbury’s mission statement. However, most importantly the platform, which would reduce Glastonbury’s carbon footprint, begins to reduce the problem’s faced by society today, making it not only ecologically viable but also socially viable.
TDEX 213 Corona Bar Render (1b) - The standard form of my design proposal enables plastic waste bales to be used as an innovative and experimental flooring material. Not only could the raised platform provide enhanced views of the festival but also it compliments and supports Glastonbury’s mission statement. However, most importantly the platform, which would reduce Glastonbury’s carbon footprint, begins to reduce the problem’s faced by society today, making it not only ecologically viable but also socially viable.
TDEX 213 Corona Bar Render (1c)
TDEX 213 Corona Bar Render (1d)
TDEX 213 Corona Bar Project
Richard Bracken
Spatial Design BA (Hons) Student Bristol, United Kingdom