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从基础设施和城市公共空间创建Aqualoop自然周期,为躺创造空间,吃东西,玩和身体的放松与生活相结合,水培渔场工作。

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从基础设施和城市公共空间创建Aqualoop自然周期,为躺创造空间,吃东西,玩和身体的放松与生活相结合,水培渔场工作。


城市Aqualoop庆祝有机饲养的周期,并通过交换吃鱼的营养与植物-

所有在一个弯曲的循环弯曲的软本身为躺在创造不同的空间,穿过、下散步,烹饪,或坐在吃饭


Urban Aqualoop is public space created from infrastructure and natural cycles, creating spaces for lounging,

 eating, playing and physical relaxation in combination with a living, working hydroponic fish farm.

 Urban Aqualoop celebrates the cycles of organically feeding, growing and eating fish through an exchange 

of nutrients with plant life – all within a sinuous loop of a soft that bends around itself to create different 

spaces for lying upon, passing through, walking under, cooking on, or sitting at for a meal.Elements include

the WATERBED for lounging and massages, an arch-shaped FOUNTAIN for kids, the FISH CAFÉ and the 

PLANT TOWER, which cleanse the water and provide food for the fish through a “hydroponics” system.

 The entire system therefore –fish and plants, but also systems of cooking and eating, lounging and 

massaging, playing and learning – act as a series of interrelated cycles, reflected by the shape of the

 installation. The Urban Aqualoop prototype was created for the 2009 Shenzhen Biennale.


The Aqualoop was adapted as an installation for the New Children’s Museum building in San Diego, 

California. The installation was designed to be hands-on, accessible in a range of ways to suit different 

desires. Visitors canview the fish in their imaginative environment from the lower level, while the strands of

 hydroponically growing vegetables can be found around the pipes on the upper bridge level. Aqualoop 

could host a range of interpretative programs, from the scientific ‘life cycles’ approach to the

 gastronomic ‘pick your own lunch’.The technique of farming known as Aquaponics—a combination of

 Hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) and aquaculture (cultivating fish) – has been developing rapidly

 in recent years and it offers benefits that are relevant to food supply and water scarcity issues faced by 

many urban communities around the world. For the New Children’s Museum, Aqualopp is envisioned as a 

big, imaginative, inspiring demonstration of Aquaponics, serving as a combination of educational tool and 

practical source of sustainable food for museumgoers and local communities. 





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