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the struggles the world we know is suffering great changes in the technology and science are transforming our appointments with great speed and sometimes the pace of change can disorient us innovations used wisely can open you the door to an era of extraordinary opportunities

similar revolution encourages creativity of men and women by the whole globe these visionaries invent and implement new solutions you will have your eyes and prepare for an amazing trip until 2050 prepare to dream the future music?

find a nest a chrysalis for us and for our families a place to rest and shelter of bad weather is a human need fundamental housing is an issue that worries everyone and today we face a serious problem there have never been so many people on earth for those who dream of the future the house

of tomorrow presents challenges meaningful we have to face the problem of energy (% we have to face the change climatic solutions in many cases a resident in finding a new model in the year 2050 the population world will surpass nine million

of people most of us will live in cities more and more large the worst possible scenarios predict a future in which pollution will have conquered nature but we are in time to find alternative we live very complex times but very

exciting there is a growing number of problems but also an increasing number of the tools needed to solve them in 2050 the new technologies could allow us to break the frontiers of the possible and conquer new territories we will come to live on other planets

it may sound illusory saying so but to the long we will have to discover if we can live somewhere else we have to look for it at some point people keep saying it's stupid there is no hurry but someone has to start at some point in agreement with science fiction the home of future is divided into two categories

on the one hand the director terry gilliam imagine endless skyscrapers with apartments the size of the cells and a prison for another studies walt disney predict beautiful cities and greens that really awaits us in the future to answer this question we can count on dreamers and with inventors ahead of their time their

more outrageous projects include convert paris into a tropical forest transform our apartments with smart furniture build houses self-sufficient or houses printed in 3d not to mention living at the bottom of the ocean or even on the moon guided by their visions these pioneers follow the footsteps of innovators who

since the dawn of humanity they dreamed our future when not they were sleeping under the stars our nomadic ancestors were searching shelter in makeshift shelters and in tests but they dreamed of something better 500,000 years ago they started organize your caves and build cabins with branches and skins

animals in other words, they were looking for comfort about the year 12 thousand before christ they started gradually establishing themselves they found innovative ways to adapt their houses to the environment their houses they were made of adobe wood or wood brick about 4 thousand before christ in mesopotamia the towns are

they turned into cities that they had to be organized was born urban planning in the first century before christ the roman villas improved comfort and functionality as described vitruvian architect combined the benefits of human life and the charm of nature domesticated

over the centuries the dwellings they were becoming symbols of power the palaces and the mansions of they surpassed the fumes to the others to the time to exhibit wealth its owners in the 15th century euros the golden ratio defined by the friar and mathematician luca pacioli regularity symmetry and proportions

ideals these rules still influence architects from around the world in the century 19 due to the industrial revolution the big cities become centers of economic activity attracting an increasing amount of people the space had to be optimized that

is exactly what the male josman he did in paris in 1884 in chicago julian baron cheney built the first skyscraper the home insurance and link that was 42 meters high at the beginning of the 20th century the water current the gas and electricity are they became the norm in homes urban symbols of comfort and

modernity the cities began to drain the population of the areas in 1952 to accommodate all the world you corbusier and launched the concept of the public housing the city has ten already at the dawn of the 21st century the things have started to fall apart with too much population intensity too polluted and excessively

cara the city has become the symbol of a society in crisis is necessary to rethink the accommodation in 2008 for the first time in history there were more people living in areas urban areas and in rural areas cities have become our primary habitat it seems that the world

entire has become urban in 2050 the goal number by cities oversized that house millions of people are shot cities like shanghai new delhi mexico or the cairo could very well surpass the 30 million mark of people the room population of tokyo currently

the most populous city on earth could reach 50 million it's incredibly exciting face at this time the conditions that we have before because the planet is going through a period of extreme and rapid urbanization i think this is the great challenge of our time a challenge that

multiply the number of problems the cities are still attracting a number growing number of people because it they become the center of society but its spectacular growth pays a price to pollution though they only cover 2% of the surface global cities consume 75 per percent of the energy produced in everything

the planet and are responsible for more 70 percent of the emissions of carbon dioxide the gas that is causing climate change are they making enormous efforts throughout the world including europe to attract the nature and agriculture inland of the cities has tried to combine urban life with nature

a french architect has decided completely rethink our models his project to convert paris of the greenest city in the world in 2050 i am often considered a football erratic but i've noticed that people want desperately to live between the names van sant bald dream is to live in a city where there is no longer

pollution or you throw them my first paris mission was a lithograph hanging on my bed when i was a child it was a gift from me grandmother and that day i thought when i want to live in paris the current urban model has been completely obsolete because it's based on the importation of raw materials and

natural resources and in export of pollution and waste contemporary cities are built mostly with steel and cement the materials that emit a large amount of carbon dioxide during its production in place we could use a material and bamboo

that capture carbon dioxide as they grow we would end up reversing the process and going back to the old techniques to create an architecture ecological you come back to personally i wanted to fight against the trauma against anxiety constant that causes the change climatic is a player now that we have

built cities above the nature we could bring her back to the areas urban and imagine maybe tomorrow paris might look a bit like the amazon jungle play my dreams that the city of tomorrow becomes a natural ecosystem access each neighborhood is would become a forest table and every

building in a tree life this type of hyper is very interesting hybridization even in cities decided by its history and heritage anything is possible that everything can reinvent yourself and go back to china this charm will cities have a completely different appearance in 2050 what spaces will have to

conquer to host a number of inhabitants always increasing as will grow when you need harvested the space that always vertical vertical authors are spaces functional you can elevate them all that you can be commercial or residential and allow you a parametric development that you can

increase population density to an optimal point that otis invented the elevator in the 19th century the architects have been thinking about the accommodation in three dimensions currently more than 9 thousand buildings per everyone exceeds 100 meters heights in recent years the rich are they have broken relegating to the empire state

building to the rank of ordinary houses but with its glass facades and elegant forms these ambitious projects require huge investments of the order of millions of euros reserved for the super rich is very unlikely to accommodate people normal as we will find new space for our cities

can grow what would happen if we stopped looking upwards in search of development urban and we will change our perspective the capital cities tend to be next to the water because for centuries its economic power came from commerce - maritime but today water also seems to be a

obstacle to growth a dutch architect could have found a solution to overcome this obstacle suggests that we begin build on water next the next place to build cities will be the water will stop being a natural border where the city is stop to become another place

to which to go with the club he called me cu news my dream is to start using water to create better cities and to improve the world act as i am and one on the double crochet i was born here when you grow up in these fields these meadows and everything is you actually end up considering it normal

but is not this is a very low country and it is about a country that is below the level from sea we saw about 45 meters below the sea ​​indicate we believe that we can conquer the nature that we can make dams to be completely at except

go but that false idea of ​​the nature is tremendously powerful so suddenly it was like i felt one click and i told myself this we have successful you have to stop fighting against water and see if we can live with her from then based on building buildings voters are on the water and they are almost the safest way to build and

to live in this country and then we understood that the problem we have in holland this fight against water is also present in other cities as new york london or tokyo it's the same problem every city they need space they need to grow and they they ask where we can grow in water

you have to make a pond here at the end they do not have enough space kind of weight is supporting right now well, i think we would be right now talking about 15 tons that is 15,000 kilos of gas and if it goes up and down a few meters then if that guy people wonder how they can the good thing is to build on water not

it is so difficult a house on the water it's like a ship has its foundations that they hold it so that it does not move and its helmet but that's not all because if you build on the water also built in other places where you do not expect the house float in certain waters that rise and they come down so the house will have to go up

and go down with it so that you need place steel guides near the house line so you can move vertically mouth up and down but not horizontally and then you have to install the connections of sewerage of electricity psuv made of gas and water oa for we use flexible hoses that

they can move when the house moves percent more and that are dozens of small things simple technologies those that make it possible for houses floating or are exactly the same that normal houses acceded as architect month entered in water and when studying cities in overall i realized that we build

static cities for communities dynamic because in the communities things are happening continuously increases the number of children or people wants or has different kinds of jobs that we do the things of a different mode if we start to build on water we can build dynamic cities

for dynamic communities that can happen that you have to move for your work change city you usually sell your house to change city ​​and buy another house but imagine you could move your home from amsterdam to barcelona from barcelona to new york that would give us a freedom that

never until now have we experienced in our cities my father asked me once because it does not build on solid ground you could do many things and i told him because it was built on solid ground almost all the things that i have done will be demolished in 50 60 or in 100 years because there will be no room for more

while it was built on the water the thing will not have as much to do with the building as with the change of mentality that assumes and we create cities over the sea we will begin to see the things of another changes are the mentality those who made it possible for the lord otis would make us grow towards the air

with your elevator in your skin are the mentality changes that will make possible that we begin to use the waters as part of a city in 2050 thanks bold projects architectural cities reinvented could be a core of creativity and growth unfortunately this idyllic vision

is facing a big problem the prices of homes in the future will become our metropolis in something so attractive that will exclude a good part of the population if we want to increase the diversity of the community we have to solve the problem of

housing to attract vital blood of the city kind of subtracting those people young man who could companies that is related with the arts that works at night and that he exchanged ideas in bars and clubs and they can not pay the prices of the market can live the creative contribution of the city that issue has to be resolved and create affordable homes for this young woman

social class that we call creative for solve this problem a new generation of architects and engineers is rethinking the very design of the apartments urban asier la real and not from spain will study the united states imagine that in 2050 we will be able to do

rooms even in the slightest of spaces and not what happens currently 2012-2013 in a special way with space is that we can not continue building buildings in the same way that the romans and two thousand years ago my name is called me yesterday and my dream is that the spaces that we

surround have superpowers and we put the light here that there have been many innovations in architecture and not i'm criticizing what i mean is that the basic lines tell us that yes you need a space to sleep i need a bedroom a room and you need a space to work i need an office like this needed a

space to relax i need a room to relax and what it happens is that i can not do all those activities at the same time so that the most rooms are not used for most of the time and if we think about its architecture in the furniture on the walls in the beds in the tables in the cupboards

we are talking about things that are number one static and 'number two' stupid nonsense so what would happen if robotized those things and we convert objects static and stupid in architecture intelligent dynamic field one of the examples on the use of these robotic components to solve

these challenges and bring the hyper functionality to spaces today is to think about how big it is a closet a wall and do not fall into that you can not afford a big room to be imagine now that you have to go to the bed and that transforms with a finger or with the voice or with a gesture transforms the

space in a bedroom when you need so we think of spaces without engage in small apartments with huge beds in a dining room for eight people all with cabinets completely functional we think of all those spaces and we think that by doing these

things we can get that a space very small work as if it were two or even three times as large in the end my dream also has to see how we can democratize these tools i want to say what would happen if all these complex mechanical devices and electronics were within reach of

any designer and architect in everyone and that all of us we could create new systems not we can not even imagine it so what if we create more tools for the environment of the buildings so that architects and designers all of us do not we need to think about the complexities

of the software made the mechanics and electronics but that those tools are calculated in us to be able to dedicate ourselves to create things like he came to create new systems that nobody could imagine so that here they will have the interiors of the future today thanks to the automation of

the houses we can control a certain number of objects with a simple word or with a gesture only came wave it arrived will invade two our robots vacuum homes to furniture smart our discomfort and connectivity but where does it take us to this revolution as at this moment we are

witnessing an increase in production of connected objects because every time an innovation occurs technological it automatically translates into objects to buy and to consume i do not think anyone wants to live in a smart house i would prefer to live in the arms of

someone to do it in your head i personally believe in a technology that is reactive and that is my service without me controlling it i do not want to live in a house where i have to control everything from a computer i dream of a house capable of feeling my needs without me giving orders wildcard

the next revolution of the famous technological institute of massachusetts daily in this nursery of innovation thousands of students and researchers are inventing tomorrow's technologies in the architecture department a team is doing experiments aimed at design the materials of the future these

technologies do not come only from one increase in our development but that come from radical ideas that will fundamentally change the way that we live and the way in which today we develop things called me skylar cibils and my vision for the future are the materials programmed so that can adapt to our needs and

our environment what e there are certain aspects in building houses in the construction industry that they consume a lot of energy a lot of work human or mechanical involved in it is a brute force process so we have to rethink how to join the materials and research new

assembly technologies and components that they are mounted alone that collaborate with us to improve our structures for any industry you are interested make smarter new things more futuristic but they tend to be robotic we have to robotize the houses cars all things but we

we are interested in investigating the everyday materials like wood the metal the rubber or the plastics and make them very active that have completely new properties that change their way they transform that go from flexible to solid move the three in different ways main ingredients to program

materials are their same properties know how they respond to moisture certain forces how do they respond to temperature or know that the wood responds to moisture and metal when heat and so on the combination of different materials and its different geometries creates different mechanical effects so

we have the materials mechanical transformations and finally an energy that activates them combining those three factors we get new properties of the materials more common i'm combining different types of flexibility and seeing the results in the patterns of the material

depending on it the circles are older or younger yes if we examine tables or other furniture by example we will see that your transport it implies a lot of great logistics volumes a lot of packaging materials a lot waste and a lot of assembly when you you take them to another place

they are static objects that do not respond nothing we do now that we more interested in a material that you can give yourself a way to flatten it with a volume minimum that is mounted only to not involve human work and make it independent of the use we want to give a table can be a desk office can hold a lot of weight

hold something less the temperature of the room we can sit on it so that there are a lot of products in which this material can be transform the element of surprise is tremendously important we are always trying to surprise .

the researchers try to develop prototypes and when they surprise you something again something unexpected happens and it take advantage of it you can get results with which in principle no you counted have we chase a reality scientific something like the avant-garde of what is possible mixed with a change of our reality a change of

our perspective of a change of everything what we know today that all this is a perfectly real universe is possible it is fundamental but strange the engineers and the architects that design the cities of tomorrow face huge challenges like end pollution and find more spaces without excluding large

portions of the population thanks to their global innovations we will be able to turn our cities into the paradise on earth there is never a definitive solution for nothing and the essence of any work architectural or urban it was never finished before what will happen if the future

shows that our predictions they were wrong what will happen if we decided to leave the city behind and live in nature what tools would we have to our disposition to rethink housing in such circumstances one by one part technology has become something increasingly predominant and by

another in all there is some primitive desire to go back to live in caves or at least in houses designed and built locally calmed it concept i do not think that both dynamics come into conflict the one with the other the first is focused on the future and the second towards a past ideal so i think there's a

real opportunity to combine these gold models of this model and of incorporate smart features in vernacular buildings today nobody knows what awaits us in the future in the middle of the desert of new mexico in the united states a small group of dreamers has decided to ensure the

survival of mankind away from the big cities and the infrastructure abbas has to design self-sufficient houses they are a thousand my opinion a house or a home they are like a ship on this planet a ship that embodies the phenomena of the planet to take care of the people called me michael reynolds and my

hope for the future is that let's learn to live in harmony with the war i astarted that i started thinking about making houses from nothing over 40 years understand that observing the world around me and only and problems nothing seemed right the problem is

that we live apart from the planet we try to do everything with the technology and without any connection with the earth i have nothing against technology but we must use it together with the phenomena of the planet things must go parallel they must be connected very we know that that is not going to

happen with the architecture just like we know her so we have created a profession new one called biotech trail as making of today we are building these houses for the whole earth so that you have to build them with materials indigenous people of the whole earth

the tires are indigenous glass bottles are indigenous in any country you go to cans aluminum cartoon network though we started to look at these materials thinking how to use it from the tires bank the earth that i am structures resilient more than proven the truth is that right now i know

another better way to build if the earth ship is molded by the needs of humanity everyone needs a refuge comfortable everyone needs water everyone needs to take care of their sewer system everyone needs energy and everything the world needs food the buildings

they have to have windows in the direction of the sun have to be oriented from east to west so that any room receives sunlight for those buildings are elongated as for water the normal buildings are made to spill it these buildings pick it up leaves it store we redirected towards a system that

pressure and filter it so that you can take a shower with her and go for a rubber tube all the pots there are in the living room and grow the plants whose roots oxygen in the water and clean it you can not drink but yes you can use it to pull the toilet chain so that they use the same 40 liters of water

for four different things so we're making all of them these things happen simply with knowledge of biology and physics primary level high technology level by nowhere only biology and physics of those of school that we provide a building that will take care of us no matter what

occurs in the corporate world and p i have seen the potential of these jobs orap in individual homes wonders for towns and cities there appeared a handful of visionaries decides to build the city of the future will have to spend the first 10 years building the infrastructure of the

services of this city in our case each building has its own infrastructure so it's self-sufficient myself i can build a city tomorrow simply by building the first building in the future we will be able to build our houses with almost nothing our homes are increasingly

comfortable and they are getting more equipped with technology and sometimes we forget that almost a trillion people around the world live in houses below the minimum standard had because i think the main role of the architecture is to get the quality to as many people as possible dialogue and not make ostentatious

quality demonstrations that go by be unattainable for most of the people for the next decades the need for housing soars in asia and in africa but to be able satisfy that demand we will have to overcome a serious obstacle for your family of rain and heat has been become too expensive

the matter does not make any sense because the way they are designed and houses are built is completely archaic see if you look at the price of a car although i do not like them we will see that they are admirable in terms of technology quality and reliability in comparison a house costs ten times more than a car

we industrialize the production in the same scale the cost of a house could be reduced perfectly in ten or twenty thousand euros has admitted the ua would happen if the answer came from technology still recent but that in 2050 will allow us to build houses to a much lower cost in a small village in the north of italy a team

of engineers has been inspired by the animals to build the house of hundreds of millions of people around the world needs a house and only have a budget of 300 euros for to get hold of her she called me massimo moratti and my dream for the future is design comfortable and low cost houses hispanic samus we are as crazy as

to think that we can save the world but we are enough crazy to try between thought one day i was asking how to build a house of low cost when i saw a wasp building united the clay was being kneaded i saw how he let the mud dry in the sun

building his mud house just dried it immediately i thought that use any material that was in the place to a perfect approach to construction at zero cost in uruguay mud everywhere i thought to myself this wasp is the supreme 3d printer by maria moix create a printer that could print

houses using local materials today we had already done with cement is a material with which it is very easy to print your wood and we're focusing on more modern materials and paradoxically in the mud why do i say that mud is a modern material because the cement has catastrophic consequences for the

environment a ton of cement produce one ton of dioxide carbon mud and straw are very good materials of course there are many technical challenges the biggest has always been the change of materials status if the material is too liquid when it is deposited it will sell to collapse

if you change your state too it could quickly harden inside from the nozzle of the printer no doubt control the materials has been the most cumbersome part of this project a 3d printer is a device that store data and replicate it backgrounds air flows light effects the heating systems combination

materials structures everything fits in a document that can be share what can be with and in 2050 this collective consciousness will be even greater to share knowledge is will become very widespread i really believe in knowledge at community service when knowledge is shared is

best for everyone what will happen if tomorrow thanks to the evolution of 3d printing we could move to the moon since we started looking at the sky we have dreamed of conquering others worl for a long time this dream was confined in the realm of science

fiction but space exploration in the 20th century he turned this dream into reality allowing astronauts he ventures into space even that put one foot on the moon but we could imagine living in an environment so hostile to the plague of human body is not only incredibly capable of adapting

that we also use technology to increase our adaptability we we protect from solar radiation we take food supplements for minimize vitamin d deficiency we exercise two hours a day to simulate the thrust of gravity against any part of our body combining human nature and

technology we are able to visit places for which we are not made and to turn them into our that's what's so fascinating about exploration that's what i'm passionate about the space exploration even more there that's the project of a team of

architects of the foster study in london using a new kind of 3d printer are hoping to build a base one day in the the moon i hope to see along my race a moon base in whose design we are working he called him xavier de i am an architect

my dream is to make a lunar base printing the one between this one he took when was small i asked my father in brussels that was all there was in the sky last night there was a motorcycle and to date it's the most amazing thing that i could see and i started to design to design moon stations and i think what today

i do is not very different from what i return to those visions their voices of my project that has structures as living quarters for the humans and above them another very thick dome printed in 3d and made of troublemakers in short, it's like making a room in a cavern the printer

it should be as big as the building to print we would have to make a machine that would print buildings and that would therefore have to be bigger than the building print like that, nobody would like approach to the idea we have designed a couple of robot printers that will print the structure of the building

each material each piece is made of same material so the whole building is nothing but a great assembly of different pieces final if you think about these robots printers with the ue disfigure fabrics like living organisms that are creating structures in a way similar to the

nature as headquarters in morã³n do like them working little by little when we plan a building but we do not we really fix on the structures individual but in the structure produced long-term roig i want to find out what the conditions of life in space to improve the type design of

pressures there will be there is something there have to be clear to be able to foresee what how the materials will react is another thing equally important but there a problem common to all structures and is that there seems to be too much space in these corridors and if there is something that is scarce in space it is precisely space so we're going

to connect these corridors with each other to give more space to the areas habitable or that's what we want face if we lived on a lunar base we could also colonize other planets and make movies from ridley scott a reality now that the thing can talk to me, it's not

will keep quiet, they will want constant data laboratory they have a full moon of people trying to micro manage my harvest what is amazing i do not want to look arrogant or anything the style but i'm the best botanist in this planet so a mission manned to mars supposes immense challenges an unbreathable atmosphere

temperatures ranging from 25 degrees up to 145 below zero and a radiation solar mortal if we want to establish a base on the red planet there are many problems to solve the farther away we do more difficult will be that we will have to protect us from a hostile environment and use anything that we have at hand only

we will have to make fuel based of the soil and the martian atmosphere we have to resign our atmosphere recycle the water and use so as little as possible let's add is an interesting interaction we will have to protect ourselves against environment and at the same time explore we will have that preserve it and use it also in

our own benefit at least that's how we see it what would happen if one day all the technical challenges are resolved and scientists were able to create a martian colony we would like to call it our home iii we would leave the land calmly and the derby seriously that imputed very

interesting in space exploration when we move from the astronauts professionals to the second generation how children will grow on mars i think in the end if humans we will become martians and we will begin to appreciate the beauty of mars just like we saw her here in the earth although some of ours

they dream of leaving the earth there is still a huge unexplored habitat in this planeta. the ocean in the future we will be able to live underwater like the zetas i believe that the oceans are spaces fundament today we perceive them as huge areas grays great hall of the headquarters in 2050 a

i hope that we have a more human approach let's establish a positive relationship and fertile with these gigantic spaces ocean the truth is that they are the most important land the seas and the oceans represent more than 70 per one hundred of the surface of the earth

fact that has earned him the nickname of blue planet however, living underwater is considers still a chimera but not for this australian engineer who has been doing amazing experiments to understand how we could build authentic houses underwater in the next few years

the most attractive thing about living in the water is make new discoveries the possibility of seeing new things that nobody has seen before my name is me and gotzon and soya how high in a marine adventure in australia it has car is a person who passes under the sea ​​directly 24 hours a day i have been together for 30 days

living underwater when i was underwater the first night reading all those noises strangers late three nights without sleep well and getting used to living in that new space and also the echoes that could be heard and experience what they made me realize that it was safe for me so i left

that habitat a couple of days before planned but i learned many things of that experience and now i'm working in my third habitat submarine and has incorporated improvements to my first prototype for in my current project. i have put a lot more energy in the design and in this particular case and

integrated everything within the same capsule instead of having ballast apart i have made a habitat more simple because it is a single structure well there's not too much space here i think what i'm going to do is set up some shelves around here to be able place things there has been a lot of work from design to make this habitat

will work in a short period of time time and i think the main reason for all this is to disconnect from the surface part of my experiment is to completely eliminate that connection and have a habitat self sufficient underwater we have the necessary technology to exploit the underwater habitat and

technological requirements to be able stay underwater so i think it's important to achieve self-sufficiency and do not depend on people from the surface to survive but what is behind all this project is to be able to work with children

i love that children get involved in studies and projects because they are going to be the scientific engineers and explorers of the future and i want to create a platform for them to see that everything this is possible so that they expand their imagination and its creativity there are many lessons to learn about the underwater construction that can

also apply to improve life in mainland human beings have always been able to colonize even places more remote and prosper where they have wanted in 2050 to convert our houses buildings and cities in small pieces of paradise we will have to continue combining

imagination technological innovation and sustainable development if we want to preserve our more beautiful home the earth after what

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