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Postcards From the Future

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1. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Metropolis of Loa. Spirits of the city of the future.

 

 

 

2. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Metropolis of Loa. Spirits of the city of the future.

 

 

 

3. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Parks of the future.

 

 

 

4. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Parks of the future.

 

 

 

5. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Bionic baths of the future city.

 

 

 

6. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Bionic baths of the future city.

 

 

 

7. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Speaking nature of the city of the future.

 

 

 

8. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Speaking nature of the city of the future.

 

 

 

9. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Fairy forest. Fairy forest.

 

 

 

10. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Fairy forest. Fairy forest.

 

 

 

11. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Electric circus.

 

 

 

12. Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities by Egor Orlov. Post cards from the future. Electric circus.

 

 

 

Future of an architecture space.Cybertopia.Death of analogous cities

 

Egor Orlov

 

Project description: For the last few years mankind has accumulated more knowledge than it has all its previous history. This factor enables us to say that in the next few decades there will be fundamental breakthroughs in science and engineering which will result in changing society and the architectural design of cities. The degree of its influence could be compared to the age of Great Geographical discoveries.

A complex space structure of the megapolis made from reality and fairy tale already generates a more complicated structure of the city and social relations in it. Spaces of these “fairy-tales” have a large number of physical and mechanical laws alien to real space. An ability to fly over or move from one planet to another one, to pass through the walls during system bugs makes the city more complicated. Cyberspace full of hallucination and bugs, components of its own habitat has moved into a real megapolis which is being formed and organized simultaneously in the digital and physical space. High rate in the development of technologies enables these worlds already today come into contact more closely and naturally. “Tomorrow” we expect a completely different topography of the city. It will be a map which includes cyber worlds with intrinsic geography, laws of physics, qualities and even its own residents. It is as though landscapes of computer games have woven into the city space becoming its integral part.

The spatial structure of a housing estate is also flexible and mobile. All complex is formed round frame structure on which cranes move, completing and moving whole blocks of a complex. The part of frame structure can be sorted at once after completion of the region of a housing estate or intentionally to remain invested with a framework for potential possibility of further transformation and change in the future. The whole completed regions of a housing estate can move to the separate sector that “not to disturb” and “not to constrain” further building or to be interspersed directly in frame structure for transformation of a program palette or its intended consolidation.

Huge ships that at once become part of this block of housing estate, its organic communication and spatial cell. Its decks are temporary squares of the city, and construction woods of its street. On them inhabitants move. Having sated, the ship “sails” in the next swimming, and on arrival in the new port city, not become dusty indefinitely in megalopolis port, and joins new structure, as the spatial block. Main decks of the ships are covered with numerous weaving installations, reaching top level immigrant-workers start weaving goods for the city. Other ships serve as suppliers of a material for housing that is constructed here. It is a new format of the city street, new public space in a superdense and dynamic urban environment. To Hollywood are taken sights from all over the world. Statue of Christ the Redeemer, D’Eiffel and Shukhovsky towers. They at once become a part of this block of inhabited complex, its organic communication and spatial cell.

Egor Orlov studies at the Kazan State University of Architecture and Engineering where he is being tutored by Ilnar Akhtiamov, Rezeda Akhtiamova.

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