amsterdam-based studio lijbers architects have created 'biodiversity', an urban planning proposal sited within the netherlands
which addresses the overall decline of natural environments due to rapid development by humans. biodiversity of plants and animals
within ecosystems have reduced significantly as a direct result of the human need to consume space and raw materials, initiating this design
to revert these negative trends and reclaim as much as possible before it is gone entirely. without adequate time or locations to recover
and reproduce to continue their specie populations, this initiative intends to rectify this by placing frameworks upon existing structures,
creating additional surface area to plant and grow flora and fauna.
the metabolism of naturally occurring ecosystems is extremely slow, resulting in the need for a catalyst to speed up the
pace of evolution to closer approach the rapid development pace of society. 'architectural enzymes' will assist with natural processes,
an artificial entity in the form of stacked open levels will allow regeneration in the urban context. a network of modules will
spread out over the city creating a new typology of a community without boundaries. the three dimensional spatial solution
will place green spaces atop existing buildings and within abandoned sites.
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