Bloom Aquatic Farm : Phytoplankton Farm to Help Absorbing CO2 Excesses and Producing O2

Bloom Aquatic Farm is a concept semi submersible sphere platform for the year of 2050 where sea level might rise more than 1 meter due to global warming. Water might re-define our future by that time, so why not taking advantage of this phenomenon. Bloom is the beginning of a phytoplankton farm which located on the sea, maybe at first in Indian Ocean because Asia is the first continent affected by this problem.

It’s ambitious large-scale project that takes advantage of phytoplankton to absorb CO2 excesses and produce O2. This semi-submersible sphere is moored to the seabed with a system of cables, it can be in coastal zones to alert anyone in case of sudden rising water, tsunamis, and more. It can also be located in died zones from the oceans to regulate their quantity of O2 simply by injecting phytoplankton into rivers, lakes, or different water ports.

Designer : Sitbon Aarchitectes

Bloom Aquatic Farm by Sitbon Aarchitectes

Bloom Aquatic Farm by Sitbon Aarchitectes

Inside Bloom Aquatic Farm, it’s going to be a comfortable housing environment for permanent scientists that work with phytoplankton. It is the first project constructed specifically to grow phytoplankton and in a way, it’s a matrix pocket of oxygen on earth as well. This futuristic architecture could be a sustainable answer for rising waters by decreasing our carbon footprint while learning to live in harmony with the seas.

Bloom Aquatic Farm by Sitbon Aarchitectes

Bloom Aquatic Farm by Sitbon Aarchitectes

Bloom Aquatic Farm by Sitbon Aarchitectes

Bloom Aquatic Farm by Sitbon Aarchitectes

If you like this post, you might also be interested in :

Stephen N Russell says: December 13, 2013

Ideal worldwide:
Java, India, Bangladesh, PI, PNG, Fiji, Mexico,Caribbean, Hawaii, PR, off FL alone.
Mass produce.'







Read our posts from your inbox

Advertisement


Advertise with us




Random Designs















Advertise with us


Network Links

Archives