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Brenton Hite

Brenton Hite

Indianapolis, IN, US

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View of how system would work and may effect the urban culture in 2030
View of how system would work and may effect the urban culture in 2030

Aqualibrium

A unique water transportation system designed to move potable water from areas with surplus to areas with need or deficit in the Great Lakes Basin.  This system is designed to transport water through a system of "pipes" throughout the lake that create a natural fish hatchery/sanctuary and complement the existing environmental infrastructure.  Additionally, the system breaks the surface of the water at varying points allowing for unique opportunities for activities and experiences to occur on them.  The system is also powered from wind turbines placed periodically along the "piping" routes in the lakes.

Team Members: Ali Alywel, Kirsten Lyons, Matthew Zaia, Yake Wang

Completed: Summer 2011 - LTU Master of Architecture

 

 
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Status: School Project
Location: Great Lakes Basin, US

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