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Nüwa: The First City On Mars Will Be Sustainable And Will Be Able To Accommodate 1 Million People.

We do not know when but it seems that there is no doubt: in the more or less distant future, human beings will be able to live on Mars. The ABIBOO studio led the design of the first city on the red planet: completely self-sufficient and sustainable, it could accommodate a million people. The project is called ” Nüwa “. Considering the conditions of the planet, the studio thought of building a vertical city on the cliffside, with a concept adapted to the difficult conditions of the planet.

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image credit: Abiboo Studio / Facebook How do you think of a city and its architecture on a planet where environmental conditions are completely different? Alfredo Muñoz, founder of ABIBOO, says that “if we were to build buildings like on earth

What do you think of a city and its architecture on a planet where the environmental conditions are completely different? Alfredo Muñoz, founder of ABIBOO, says that “if we were to build buildings like on Earth, buildings would tend to explode under pressure. Solar and gamma radiation on Mars forced us to build spaces that are not directly exposed to the sky ”. The ABIBOO project is actually much larger: Nüwa would be the “capital” of an ecosystem that includes five cities: each city could accommodate between 200,000 and 250,000 people.

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Thanks to studies, and the collaboration of many experts, the architects thought of structures capable of protecting the inhabitants from radiation: the light will come indirectly from the sun, the city will be protected from possible impacts of meteorites and there will be access to it. at the water. As for the buildings, they will be hollowed out inside the rock and linked together by tunnels: they will include both housing and work structures.

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All building modules will have green spaces and urban gardens: the ambitious goal is to create a city on Mars that offers psycho-physical well-being to future inhabitants. The buildings, on the other hand, will be incredibly functional: they are connected by high-speed elevators, and at the foot of the cliff there will be pavilions that offer views of the landscapes of Mars.

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image credit: ABIBOO

There will also be means of transport to move around the cliff: trains and buses have been imagined, while a network of train stations will be connected to the space airport, located in a nearby crater. The designers thought of a city that develops and is self-sufficient thanks to its resources: all the materials used for construction come from the red planet, while the main food resource will be represented by the cultivation of food. According to ABIBOO, Nüwa could be ready by 2054.

source used: abiboo

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