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Artur Nitribitt, YuenFung Cheung

cheung+nitribitt

http://cheungnitribitt.weebly.com/

London, United Kingdom
We create an incomparable team from two distant corners of the world that continuously develops futuristic and radical architectural designs. We take an active role in architecture competitions. We carry great passion and curiosity for nature, culture and context in every project. We implement all the elements into our thinking, so that we can work on masterpieces which are not simply a draft, void of any meaning. But instead are meaningful message to the the world.

Living Scale


From Micro to Macro Smart-Urban

Living Scale


From Micro to Macro Smart-Urban
Reassess and restructure space in the cities to improve its quality and our wellbeing, and not to create further irreversible damage to nature by urban sprawl.
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World urban population is expected to increase by 84% by 2050. Urban sprawl threatens basic life-sustaining resources, access to clean air and water as well as production of waste and pollution, which eventually lead to diminished quality of life.

Therefore we must introduce actions in order to use every single space wisely. Urban gaps can be found as a result of urban miss-planning, forgotten corners and abandoned alleys.

We take the view that cities can accommodate more occupants through careful re-structuring of its space use, and qualities of city lives can be improved by encouraging bio-diversity. At the same time we aim to support the health, liveability and wellbeing of the city and its inhabitants.

This could take place through Protocell material - a simple chemical model of a living cell. It assembles from chemical reaction, and could be pre-programmed to have a large variety of forms, characteristics and responses to changes in environment.


Living Scale


From Micro to Macro Smart-Urban

Living Scale


From Micro to Macro Smart-Urban
Reassess and restructure space in the cities to improve its quality and our wellbeing, and not to create further irreversible damage to nature by urban sprawl.
File under

World urban population is expected to increase by 84% by 2050. Urban sprawl threatens basic life-sustaining resources, access to clean air and water as well as production of waste and pollution, which eventually lead to diminished quality of life.

Therefore we must introduce actions in order to use every single space wisely. Urban gaps can be found as a result of urban miss-planning, forgotten corners and abandoned alleys.

We take the view that cities can accommodate more occupants through careful re-structuring of its space use, and qualities of city lives can be improved by encouraging bio-diversity. At the same time we aim to support the health, liveability and wellbeing of the city and its inhabitants.

This could take place through Protocell material - a simple chemical model of a living cell. It assembles from chemical reaction, and could be pre-programmed to have a large variety of forms, characteristics and responses to changes in environment.



Idea by

Artur Nitribitt, YuenFung Cheung
cheung+nitribitt
London
United Kingdom
We create an incomparable team from two distant corners of the world that continuously develops futuristic and radical architectural designs. We take an active role in architecture competitions. We carry great passion and curiosity for nature, culture and context in every project. We implement all the elements into our thinking, so that we can work on masterpieces which are not simply a draft, void of any meaning. But instead are meaningful message to the the world.