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This Brilliant Skyscraper Is Designed To Reverse Climate Damage

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This Brilliant Skyscraper Is Designed To Reverse Climate Damage

HEAL-BERG is futuristic tower design that promises to actively heal the earth while providing a well-designed living space. And according to its creators, designs like HEAL-BERG will be key tools as climate change continues to aggravate earth's extreme weather trends.

HEAL-BERG was created by Luca Beltrame and Saba Nabavi Tafreshi. It was submitted to eVolo's annual Skyscraper Competition as a culmination of intense research.

"We went on a mission to collect some of the most recent innovative technology breakthroughs from all around the world, and combine them as elements of a greater embodiment operating as a whole to achieve a goal, survival," Tafreshi and Beltrame explain.

Global warming was becoming catastrophic and irreversible. Thereupon, we grasped the urge to take action.

"We went through the time when the complex patterns representing the world were doomed to collapse, climate was changing at a rate exceeding most scientific forecasts; oceans warming, air pollution and climate change were caught in a discernible self-boosting loop," the team writes.

"Global warming was becoming catastrophic and irreversible. Thereupon, we grasped the urge to take action."

Find out more about how HEAL-BERG could renew resources and creates green living spaces here.

For more eco-architecture inspiration, take a look at this u-shaped tower that will border central park in NYC. It's a fascinating example of experimental vertical living.

Via InHabitat

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