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Valentin Zellmer, Lisa Iglseder

anarchitector

http://instagram.com/jaffnainbloom

Limmerstr. 39, Hannover, Germany
Finishing architecture studies in Hannover, Germany in 2018, Lisa Iglseder and Valentin Zellmer are now looking forward to extraordinary concepts, stariving for new realities.

Jaffna in Bloom


Creating Identity in Sri Lanka

Jaffna in Bloom


Creating Identity in Sri Lanka
Jaffna in Bloom aims at creating identity to a town by adding a new continuously evolving layer of publicly designed architecture.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Jaffna enables to rethink the Responsive City by its history including major evolution-gaps over the past 40 years. Furthermore it lead to the loss of identity and awareness of the citizens towards their own town.
By creating a new system of small Plug-In architecture being provided via 3D-Printers recycling plastic waste, a new way of designing is established. It is here no longer kept to the architects. Giving out Parametric designs being eventually designed by citizens gives people a greater chance in creating places of their own ideas. Technology enables to print every design created by the system of Plug-In Bloom, the application built to run the new town.
In addition, keeping the city clean is no longer only necessary, but transformed into a game by rewarding it with architecture, making clean places even better.
Participation in projects is easier and thus more attractive to everyone.
Jaffna in Bloom puts the transformation of the town into their own hands.


Heart of the project is the designing of architecture by everyone. For this, specialists provide data into the program. From this data and design basics, featured with collected data by sensors throughout town, people can decide from multiple possible ideas and design their own Plug-Ins.

The App Plug-In Bloom gives access to the program via everyone's smartphones. Here, people can design and have their personal statistics, like how much more waste has to be collected to 3D-Print their Plug-In. To ensure that no unwanted architecture is created, a two-phase screening asks first for likes, whose rate has to be above 50%, then for votes, of whom a total number has to be achieved. Those votes can be earned by contributing into the program itself.

The Innovation Center is the hub, where all 3D-Prints are made and send out from. Also here in the old dutch fort, a new education-platform is created, where citizens learn about the importance of treating their own city right. Plus it works as a new cultural and social hotspot.

The 3D-Printer at dutch fort is just one of many robots installed in the city. Sensors measure the amount of pollution, deciding which of the districts is served first. Through this, Plug-In Bloom emphasizes the idea of a game in which architecure can be won for your own area by keeping it clean and thus making it even more livable.

Center of the challenging areas are the city's many lakes. Through the new network of channels, created by digging robots, the architectures can be send out to their places. This network now is also given transportation devices, establishing a new layer of infrastructure besides the street network.

Jaffna in Bloom


Creating Identity in Sri Lanka

Jaffna in Bloom


Creating Identity in Sri Lanka
Jaffna in Bloom aims at creating identity to a town by adding a new continuously evolving layer of publicly designed architecture.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

Jaffna enables to rethink the Responsive City by its history including major evolution-gaps over the past 40 years. Furthermore it lead to the loss of identity and awareness of the citizens towards their own town.
By creating a new system of small Plug-In architecture being provided via 3D-Printers recycling plastic waste, a new way of designing is established. It is here no longer kept to the architects. Giving out Parametric designs being eventually designed by citizens gives people a greater chance in creating places of their own ideas. Technology enables to print every design created by the system of Plug-In Bloom, the application built to run the new town.
In addition, keeping the city clean is no longer only necessary, but transformed into a game by rewarding it with architecture, making clean places even better.
Participation in projects is easier and thus more attractive to everyone.
Jaffna in Bloom puts the transformation of the town into their own hands.


Heart of the project is the designing of architecture by everyone. For this, specialists provide data into the program. From this data and design basics, featured with collected data by sensors throughout town, people can decide from multiple possible ideas and design their own Plug-Ins.

The App Plug-In Bloom gives access to the program via everyone's smartphones. Here, people can design and have their personal statistics, like how much more waste has to be collected to 3D-Print their Plug-In. To ensure that no unwanted architecture is created, a two-phase screening asks first for likes, whose rate has to be above 50%, then for votes, of whom a total number has to be achieved. Those votes can be earned by contributing into the program itself.

The Innovation Center is the hub, where all 3D-Prints are made and send out from. Also here in the old dutch fort, a new education-platform is created, where citizens learn about the importance of treating their own city right. Plus it works as a new cultural and social hotspot.

The 3D-Printer at dutch fort is just one of many robots installed in the city. Sensors measure the amount of pollution, deciding which of the districts is served first. Through this, Plug-In Bloom emphasizes the idea of a game in which architecure can be won for your own area by keeping it clean and thus making it even more livable.

Center of the challenging areas are the city's many lakes. Through the new network of channels, created by digging robots, the architectures can be send out to their places. This network now is also given transportation devices, establishing a new layer of infrastructure besides the street network.


Idea by

Valentin Zellmer, Lisa Iglseder
anarchitector
Limmerstr. 39
Hannover
Germany
Finishing architecture studies in Hannover, Germany in 2018, Lisa Iglseder and Valentin Zellmer are now looking forward to extraordinary concepts, stariving for new realities.