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GOMMAdesign’s Coral City is a Self-Sustaining Eco-Village for the Phillipines

Posted By Francesco Bagni On September 21, 2011 @ 10:50 am In Architecture,Disaster-proof design,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments

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Designed by GOMMAdesign [1] and +ITA Project [2], Coral City is as a self-sustaining and disaster-resistant eco-village for the Philippines [3]. Starting from the idea that natural structures are the best sources of inspiration in the design of new and sustainable communities, the coral-inspired master plan aims to foster community while also integrating cutting-edge sustainable design. Coral city was awarded with the special ‘Energy Award’ at the DAtE international competition.

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[2] +ITA Project: http://www.itaproject.eu/

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