Григорьевых Олег Васильевич

Use Case

Adding concepts - energy saving, production logistics and sales of products, house forms, modern technical technologies, social life. In order to create a complex of multistory apartment buildings located on the same territory with fields for growing agricultural products. As a result of obtaining a social unit of infrastructure - urban housing construction with a farm element. The self-sustainable payback of the building due to internal reserves.

Potential

Creating an experimental farmhouse. To gain experience in creating the technical and social infrastructure of this type of house. The prototype of a house can be a potential for the general use of houses of this type in the urban environment. And partially solve the problem than feed 9 billion people.

Business Case

People who manage cities make decisions and invest in urban infrastructure. These people understand that the city is a consumer of resources. City administrators constantly have to invest in these needs. The city does not provide resources. The business idea of ​​this project is the first step towards the creation of urban houses that provide food resources. This step changes the centenary priorities of the social importance of the city. Self-sufficient city houses in this - the power of the city. Heads of cities, investors, business people should understand how many traps are waiting for this way, realizing that you can offer us joint actions. Your step is to change the traditions of town planning for centuries, and, first of all, you need to believe in this idea.

Objectives:

  1. Growing of agricultural products in cities.
  2. Construction of houses of a new type in the city.
  3. The consequences of economic and social changes in society during the exploitation of farm buildings in urban conditions.

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Нижний Новгород, Russia

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