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El arquitecto jose Luis Vallejo dirige un taller para explicar su proyecto en la Chacarita el pasado 12 de febrero de 2015. EFE/Santi Carneri

 

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

 

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Trabajo realizado en el marco de la creación del ASULAB, ente gestor del PlanCHA.

Trabajo realizado en el marco de la creación del ASULAB, ente gestor del PlanCHA.

Trabajo realizado en el marco de la creación del ASULAB, ente gestor del PlanCHA.

Created by man in the year 4450(AD) these gigantic creatures were designed to roam the earth as free and sentient life. Designed through computer coding, and developed to a workable prototype through genetic splicing and fixing of synthetic DNA.

 

AsuLabs were the first to attempt to build completely synthetic lifeforms. This is the result of hundreds of years of research. The Senaerapoda are truly massive equating to the size of a small town or city. This is indeed their function, to provide living outposts to humans who are willing to enjoy the creatures own free and flowing lifestyle, sacrificing their own control to live aboard its massive and beautiful interior. The underbelly and parts of the tail are made of organic translucent material that is similar to glass. At night it glows with bio luminescence, each animal displaying their own unique glow.

 

Senaerapod's are able to communicate with humans through an interface built into their minds, and linked through electro chemicals released in to the air inside and surrounding the creature. This is then absorbed into the humans skin and allows them to understand and display their thoughts.

 

More on this creature with other development sketches.

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri

Attribution: Ecosistema Urbano / Santi Carneri