Bio-Diversity _ Adaptive Skin Facade

An idea is to design a brief and a self sufficient campus at Melbourne in RMIT. By going through the research process of city urban context, with the data analysis, Australia is home to large numbers of species that occur nowhere else in the world. Over 80% of our plants and mammals, and 45% of our birds live only here. its important to consider the bio-diversity. Here I have designed the nest for the birds in the urban traffic, by retrofitting the human shelters (buildings) as birds nest. Using existing facade as a design parameter, adding a bio-skin which can adapt birds in a critical climates and it will lead to create more interaction with human begins. It’s also respond to different climate and generates power as facade panels are arranged according to climate analysis.
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RMIT Campus Design-Adaptive Skin Facade is a project of IaaC, Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia developed at Master of Advanced Architecture in 2015/ 2016 by:

Students: Firdose Basha Ghouse
Faculty: Enric Ruiz Geli, Mireia Luzárraga