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Fernando Cremades

Fernando Cremades

http://w3.fernandocremades.com

139 Boulevard de Magenta, Paris, France
Fernando Cremades has studied art and architecture at European University of Madrid and in 2015 he moved to New York to study at the Environmental Health Clinic (New York University) with professor Natalie Jeremijenko. His research has been exhibited in Museum of Decorative Arts in Madrid, Spanish Pavilion Architecture Biennale, Institute of architects Madrid, Apexart Gallery, Mulafest Festival, Sala de Arte joven of Madrid, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Faculty of Art of UEM and AEDES Berlin.

Strategy of reduction of radioactivity for Chernobyl


Radiotrophic fungus: how the environment reacts with radioactivity

Strategy of reduction of radioactivity for Chernobyl


Radiotrophic fungus: how the environment reacts with radioactivity
How as an architect could I reduce the levels of radioactivity in Chernobyl?
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  • New areas of operation

In April 1986 the Nuclear Plant in Chernobyl suffered an accident: a group of repairmen were trying to increase the power of the nuclear reactor, when suddenly there was an explosion and radioactive material was expelled into the atmosphere and released large quantities of radioactive particles over Europe.
It is believed there will be workers in the Nuclear plant up to 2040 so the project is a strategy to reduce exposure of radioactivity to Chernobyl workers. I propose the rehabilitation of Pripyat, the city close to Chernobyl: from a new dress-capsule for the workers, a first prototype to live in to new ways of farming in radioactive areas. The target of the project is to prevent workers from getting affected by radioactivity.
Architecture should no longer be considered accordingly to a system of three axes spatial coordinates: there are other agents to keep in mind such as air or radioactivity that should be considered as part of the architectural factors



Strategy of reduction of radioactivity for Chernobyl


Radiotrophic fungus: how the environment reacts with radioactivity

Strategy of reduction of radioactivity for Chernobyl


Radiotrophic fungus: how the environment reacts with radioactivity
How as an architect could I reduce the levels of radioactivity in Chernobyl?
File under
Type of project
  • New areas of operation

In April 1986 the Nuclear Plant in Chernobyl suffered an accident: a group of repairmen were trying to increase the power of the nuclear reactor, when suddenly there was an explosion and radioactive material was expelled into the atmosphere and released large quantities of radioactive particles over Europe.
It is believed there will be workers in the Nuclear plant up to 2040 so the project is a strategy to reduce exposure of radioactivity to Chernobyl workers. I propose the rehabilitation of Pripyat, the city close to Chernobyl: from a new dress-capsule for the workers, a first prototype to live in to new ways of farming in radioactive areas. The target of the project is to prevent workers from getting affected by radioactivity.
Architecture should no longer be considered accordingly to a system of three axes spatial coordinates: there are other agents to keep in mind such as air or radioactivity that should be considered as part of the architectural factors




Idea by

Fernando Cremades
Fernando Cremades
139 Boulevard de Magenta
Paris
France
Fernando Cremades has studied art and architecture at European University of Madrid and in 2015 he moved to New York to study at the Environmental Health Clinic (New York University) with professor Natalie Jeremijenko. His research has been exhibited in Museum of Decorative Arts in Madrid, Spanish Pavilion Architecture Biennale, Institute of architects Madrid, Apexart Gallery, Mulafest Festival, Sala de Arte joven of Madrid, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein, Faculty of Art of UEM and AEDES Berlin.