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    Industrial Design Final project

    Guy Gurevich



    “Second skin” for buildings Industrial construction has led to the construction of high-rise buildings that are cause ongoing harm to the environment, as their huge outer surface absorbs and emits heat, thus exacerbating the growing climate crisis. The sabra plant (prickly pear cactus) thrives in extreme climates and in geographical areas that suffer from urban heat. The plant is at the heart of this research, which sets out to build on its ability to grow quickly and with very little watering. The fibers of its dead branches allow for formal flexibility and industrial practice that utilizes “agricultural waste” for a solution that comes from the local space. Advisor: Safi Hefetz Photography: Nadav Goren

    Architecture Nature Sustainability Sustainable Bezalel Award Technology Urban

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