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Gülistan Kenanoğlu

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Sokolska 56 Nove Mesto Praha 2, Prague, Czech Republic
Gülistan Kenanoğlu, born in Diyarbakır in 1996 had her BA at AGU in Turkey. She gave a presentation (Bağlaç), in Kadir Has University, and in 2018. One of her project (Displacement of the City) is in the RIBA President Medal Selection 2018 Part 1. With X over Y project she was selected as one of the finalists in Arkitera Travel Scholarship and with ‘Consume It!, Produce It! she invited to the Prix de Genève 2019,Switzerland as a nominee. She is currently working at CCEA MOBA.

Call for ideas 2020

Habit-Alg


Breathable structure

Habit-Alg


Breathable structure
Replacement of façade coating, separator wall and flooring elements with breathable materials.
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The façade coating, separator wall and flooring elements such as ceramic are mostly used in daily life. CO2 production is another thing that people are familiar with.With the decreasing percentage of green areas, this becomes a more visible problem. So, the question of “how can CO2 production and commonly used ceramic material extinguish each other. With increasing CO2 and decreasing O2 amount, it became necessary to produce a new habitat to preserve the habitat of everyday life. The ceramic tiles, which are widely used, transformed into a natural life cycle that inhales CO2 and exhales O2. The idea is turning the ceramic tiles into a new breathable world.This closed ecological system / habitat which is produced with algae will be used in mostly used (crowded) squares, streets and public spaces to produce O2. The ceramic files will become a part of the natural life cycle. It will make you feel one step closer to ecological life.


Habit-Alg


Breathable structure

Habit-Alg


Breathable structure
Replacement of façade coating, separator wall and flooring elements with breathable materials.
File under
Type of project
  • Next alliances

The façade coating, separator wall and flooring elements such as ceramic are mostly used in daily life. CO2 production is another thing that people are familiar with.With the decreasing percentage of green areas, this becomes a more visible problem. So, the question of “how can CO2 production and commonly used ceramic material extinguish each other. With increasing CO2 and decreasing O2 amount, it became necessary to produce a new habitat to preserve the habitat of everyday life. The ceramic tiles, which are widely used, transformed into a natural life cycle that inhales CO2 and exhales O2. The idea is turning the ceramic tiles into a new breathable world.This closed ecological system / habitat which is produced with algae will be used in mostly used (crowded) squares, streets and public spaces to produce O2. The ceramic files will become a part of the natural life cycle. It will make you feel one step closer to ecological life.



Idea by

Gülistan Kenanoğlu
Sokolska 56 Nove Mesto Praha 2
Prague
Czech Republic
Gülistan Kenanoğlu, born in Diyarbakır in 1996 had her BA at AGU in Turkey. She gave a presentation (Bağlaç), in Kadir Has University, and in 2018. One of her project (Displacement of the City) is in the RIBA President Medal Selection 2018 Part 1. With X over Y project she was selected as one of the finalists in Arkitera Travel Scholarship and with ‘Consume It!, Produce It! she invited to the Prix de Genève 2019,Switzerland as a nominee. She is currently working at CCEA MOBA.