A Building That Grows Itself From Salt Deposits

A Building That Grows Itself From Salt Deposits
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A conceptual structure that does not need traditional construction, instead relies on local environmental conditions to build itself.

Naresh Kumar
  • 30 september 2010

California-based Faulders Studio has conceptualized a new building that would develop itself from unique environmental conditions. The GEOtube will be located near a salt-rich water body and will be covered with a unique vascular pipe system. Using salt deposits acquired locally from the Persian Gulf and relying on water evaporation, the building will transform into a solid structure over time.

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