S+PBA is a Bangkok-based architecture firm who recently revealed the plans for a self-sustaining floating city that can prosper with the ebb and flow of increasing tides. Named “A Post Diluvian Future”, the “Wetropolis” permits Bangkok to survive with a natural deluge instead of opposing it as creating a homeostasis that detoxifies the area’s dirty waters.
S+PBA’s home town of Bangkok is swiftly sinking as it is battered every year by the overflow of seawater that assaults the city. A UN study asserts that nearly all of the city will turn into marshland by 2050. The city was constructed on boggy lands 300 years ago, but the grounds are quickly worsening. The speedy population and development of the city over has caused the underground aquifers to become more bushed, making them incapable to lever the flood waters. The city is encircled by dirty water pastures, left over from the once growing shrimp farm manufacturing. The water fields are bought by developers, who in turn persist to manufacture upon them, which has merely degenerated the city’s dipping condition.
Bangkok has constantly been flushed with seawater, so S+PBA offers that the city studies to deal with it, and admit it as a regular condition, rather than an overflow disaster. Embracing the water, they call their new Water world-style city plan a “Wetropolis.” The flora basis for the Wetropolis is a forest of native mangroves, which the government already tried to put into practice in Bangkok.
The mangroves logically filter water, and they also provide clean oxygen and natural cooling. As the water is filtered, shrimp farming can boom in a sustainable way. The community will live over the water fields in a system of interrelated homes, walkways, and roads, with curvy lines that follow the swelling water below. S+PBA’s Wetropolis permits Bangkok to live with natural flooding instead of opposing it while creating a homeostasis that detoxifies the area’s dirty waters.
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