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Three winning proposals for the Re:Vision Dallas competition have recently been announced and include Atelier Data + MOOV‘s Forwarding Dallas prototype for sustainable urban living. The proposal transforms components that make up a city block in an effort to shape how people will live and work in the future. More images and further project description after the break. Forwarding Dallas, a 40,000 square meter complex, is a housing and commerce building that accommodates 854 residents in housing options ranging from studio apartments to three bedroom flats.  The design of Atelier Data + MOOV, both Portuguese firms, is driven by research which then expands and develops into overall design strategies. For this proposal, initial investigation recognized natural cycles and focused on how to replicate them architecturally.  Working with the natural form and diverse system of a hillside, the space is organized as valleys, slopes and hilltops, which maximize solar gain, views and productive surfaces.  The dynamic composition of buildings creates large voids for open green spaces and the angled roofs function as green roofs for agricultural purposes. View more View full description
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