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MESC - 1273
Dogus University / tr Turkey
1 members
Tarik Keskin

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/////// MINDSET


Since the industrial revolution, mankind has been building using colonial technology. And since the beginning of industrialisation increase of carbon release never stopped to this day. Not one time. In the latest decades, with the development of permaculture and green architecture, scientists and designers all around the globe has been trying to achieve carbon-zero lifecycles to save our planet.

From where we are now, it turns out that carbon-zero level of thinking will not be sufficient to save the planet. We should find a way, to reverse the damage we have done to our planet since the industrial revolution.

This means getting to the carbon-negative level with biosynthetic lifecycles and designs. We may be able to have such a high technology today to build an orbiting space station around the Earth, but maybe the Earth has the potential of having far more advanced technology than we can ever imagine.


So, how do we reverse this progress and save one of the world’s most renowned islands, of which a part is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, from the future?

By NOT building anything inorganic anymore onto it.

Bloomfield Biosynthesis proposes a totally biosynthetic and reversible approach to how do we humans habitate this planet.

This proposal is just ONE interpretation of the possible outcomes from the versatility of biosynthetic architecture, which offers a masterplan, required research and guidence to the people who will build it, and leaves the rest to the people who are GOING TO USE IT.

MESC Ibiza will be the first biosynthetic tourist attraction of the world along with Venice, with possibilities beyond our imagination. Biologically synthesized substances such as sand to rejuvenate the human body, algea in water which produce energy for the visiting boats from organic waste, saunas and spas offering natural relaxation through biosynthetic cell regeneration, biosynthetically restored buildings which are able to maintain theirselves through long periods of time, and many other possibilities depending on our imagination.

“Hardest thing is our mindset. We are living in an urban condition, and the unmediated properties of biology are not suited to the lifestyle that we would expect.”

- Rachel Armstrong, Earth’s Bright Future

/////// Once we can change our mindset and the way we think on habitating the world, then we can reverse the damage we have done to the Earth, and live in a more suitable, more peaceful planet for a couple more thousands of years before we colonize space and other planets, leaving the Earth exactly like we found it...

- MESC1273

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