Many architectural theories date back to the 20th century. They represent the endless energy of urban development and often respond to needs and desires for a better life. The new architectural parameters were created and influenced by the process of architectural design. This has changed the way we live today.
Since then, the idea of a city in the green has come. Nature is not precisely planted with trees and a perfect lawn. Nature is the power that influences and shapes space. We eliminated the natural forces of human life.
Cities are not a permanent and unchanging state. Natural elements and human settlements are constantly changing. Looking for new relationships, new bonds. All the elements are constantly changing and reacting to each other. They change in time and space. They transform their meaning and function. It is undesirable to fix a certain state.
Hatching is the concept of a new “ideal city” that was created based on a different perspective. The goal is to create a form that is co-created by natural energy. Going back to the fundamentals of life.However, the climatic and geographic conditions were most favourable. The challenge lies in responding to the needs of the population at all times, developing the urban environment sustainably with the opportunity to evolve.
Moulding Nature to Make Life Possible is a symbiosis between natural energy and form modification. Hatching is a machine that produces life (water condensation from the clouds, protection from the sun, creating interior freshness).Throughout these elements, a microclimate that makes life possible is generated. Using the forces of nature as the design tools to create a liveable microclimate in the city. The project evolves naturally and is shaped by nature.
Using and empowering the forces of nature, an inhabitable area will turn into an oasis, generating a timeless habitat with the ideal conditions for life. An artificial timeless environment defined by natural rules, functioning as a nest where life can originate; and a three-dimensional oasis in the desert that exemplifies the rethinking of the sustainable habitat.
Density is created in skyscrapers that take over all the functions that previously belonged to the city. But the skyscraper is a point in the area, a line in space. Our concept creates new ties between skyscrapers. It connects towers to new urban forms that are the transition between Hatching and Skyscrapers. Our idea develops densities in a density with the help of natural forces.
The boundaries of human life or nature can’t be disturbed. In our minds, we have created fictional boundaries. We also build the city accordingly. Nature does not know the sharp boundaries, it makes the transition, fine nuances. We want to return nature and natural forces to city planning.
Cities demand a balance between people and nature. That’s our concept. We want more than just leave the rest of space green. We want nature to play a vital role in shaping cities. Our idea creates a constantly changing space. It is the answer to the changing human needs that cities need to adapt. At the same time, it is shaped by the natural forces that are so constantly helping to create a character.