GEOtube: Vertical Salt Deposit Growth System
By Faulders Studio
GEOtube is a proposal for a new 170 meter tall tower for the city of Dubai. With an open structure and an exposed membrane skin, the vertical planes of the GEOtube tower are continually misted with local salt water via an internal vascular water system.
The result is a continual uniform growth of salt crystal deposits upon its vertically expansive surfaces, providing a highly identifiable architectural icon for the city, a specialized habitat for wildlife that thrives is this specialized environment, and an accessible skin for the harvesting of salt.
Thom Faulders is a San Francisco- based architect and professor at the California College of the Arts.
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aftabkhatri · Aug 12, 18 2:37 pmThis deposite growth system is going well right now, and that is the best thing I could learn today. My friends at the https://www.aussiewritingreviews.com site will be delighted to hear about the progress being made by this GEOtube system.
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