We can imagine a better world where sustainable technologies and international environmental policies will be able to stop the decadence of our planet.
But it is also legitimate to think that if this does not happen mankind will find himself facing not only the force of nature, rebellious to our lifestyle but also an impossibility in managing the waste we produced in all these years, from plastic to radioactive substances.
The way of living in the future will be marked by nomadic people moving in unstable and adverse environmental conditions. Our successors will have to defeat individualism to survive, through community formations and new collective spaces.
Architecture must interpret mobility and precariousness through lightweight, removable and transportable design. These thoughts give rise to NOMAD a portable housing unit, a home whose shape adapts to the container in which it is placed.The NOMAD tenant will be able to drag the house on any kind of site and geography.
NOMAD is a fabric composed of electrified plastic fibers that make it possible to stiffen the structure and adapt it to the surrounding space. NOMAD domotics system takes power from an aerial electricity network produced by drones that store solar energy. The electricity is processed through a central computer and stored in batteries on the bottom of the housing unit. This manages the entire home automation (climate control and sunlight).NOMAD stretches widen and extends according to the environmental situation in which it is found, it always looks for clean air and natural light to take inside the house. The management of the internal space is entrusted to the user who can subdivide and furnish NOMAD using sheets and nets by hooking them to plastic pins arranged around the entire perimeter of the structure