The award was an opportunity for an architect to bring to light an idea for an "electric city" that produces no emissions at all. He says the vision can be realized within five years. For that, he believes, it's enough for the construction and engineering industries to join forces.
Both industries are capable of coming up with innovative solutions to help reduce emissions to zero," says the author of the project.
– Engineering industry faces unprecedented power and durability. At the same time, the building industry is investing resources in providing existing buildings with automation systems that can significantly reduce the amount of energy they consume, in the shortest time possible.".
The B10 is a modular frame structure with vacuum-insulated glass, tilt-up fronts, and all the features we've come to expect in a smart home. It's sophisticated and high tech.
Is there any chance that the "electric city" will be built in five years? Everyone has the right to question it. Be that as it may, there is a deeper meaning in Sobek's proposed project: we can make it if we really want to.
The object, with which we have introduced you, without hesitation, can be called a house of the future. What do you think of it?