Name: Sarah Ibrahim

Nationality: Canadian-Egyptian

Institution / Company: Laval University


-EDITORIAL PICK of Archi-Hack: Oil Platform Competition


An adaptive reuse approach to design that is reaching to unleash the power of human generated energy to achieve sustainable and regenerative energy goals. The project incorporates the symbolic story of a siren to stimulate enchantment and motivation, attracting humans to stay as long as they can and contribute to the generation of clean energy. The project represents the empowerment of collaboration and multiplied effort as immense structures require the help of a few to be able to amplify their movements into larger amount of energy enough to supply for the platform, their homes and maybe even buildings in their neighbourhood. 


#HumanPowerPlant #AmplifiedCollaboration #KineticEnergyHarvesting #ParticipatoryDesign #ActiveTransportation

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