Dmytro Aranchii Architects

Computational | Algorithmic Architecture

MakeWaterPureAgain

Once, Pripyat was able to prevent a technogenic disaster of the Dnipro river and, as a result, drinking water for most Ukrainians. Slavutych is a reincarnated Pripyat, bearing the alternative name of the Dnipro itself, which is quite symbolic.

NAME: MakeWaterPureAgain
WORK NAME: SLV
LOCATION: Slavutych , Ukraine
AREA: Overall 33 000 m2
DATE: 2020
PROGRAM: Central square of the city
STATUS: Concept
ARCHITECTURE: Dmytro Aranchii Architects
DESIGN: Dmytro Aranchii
TEAM: Bohdan Hadzhylov, Victoria Kuzmyna, Vladlena Volhushyna, Yevhen Martynenko, Anna Vyshnevetska

We believe that the “youngest city of Ukraine” can become a model for other cities in returning Ukrainian water to its original source. Consequently, in addition to public service improvements, there are elements in the main city square that familiarise visitors with water issues and show solutions. In particular, the 2 main 8-meter installation drops. One of them shows the problem of excessive consumption. The other is about ubiquitous micro-plastics pollution. As an example of sustainable development, rainwater collection from the roofs is organised. Then water is filtered. In such a way visitors are provided with recycled water in dry fountains and drinking fountains.

See also TheyAreNotThere

See also Ubiquitous Interactive Installation

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