A Self-Sustaining Utopian Village in The Netherlands
on 25 May 2016
With the compounding effects of climate change in mind, Danish architecture studio EFFEKT has designed a utopian village system that could produce its own food and energy. Called the ReGen Villages, the plans include a series of structures that each come with an attached greenhouse, providing residents with space to grow food, recycle waste or farm through aquaponics. EFFEKT plans to exhibit the design at the upcoming Venice Biennale and will start building the first ReGen homes this summer in Almere, the Netherlands. Learn more at Dezeen.