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    Initial credits
  • 00:06    |    
    Introduction by Zachary Caceres
  • 00:09    |    
    What is FR-EE City?
  • 01:10    |    
    What considerations are involved in a design of this type?
  • 01:46    |    
    How do you resolve the conflict of planning a city without comprehensively designing every detail?
  • 03:01    |    
    What is an example of a city design pattern that is adaptable to long-term growth and urbanization in an area?
  • 04:08    |    
    How are the design challenges of starting a city from the beginning different from remodeling an existing design?
  • 05:16    |    
    What is the relationship between the political and social elements of a zone, and the design aspects of a city?
  • 07:02    |    
    Can you explain your modular design system?
  • 08:30    |    
    How do modular bricks work?
  • 09:08    |    
    How do you imagine people living in cities in 30 years?
  • 10:07    |    
    What does "building from the bottom up" mean?
  • 11:27    |    
    Final words
  • 11:31    |    
    Final credits

An Insight of FR-EE City

New Media  | 24 de febrero de 2014  | Vistas: 15

In this interview, Fatimah Azzahra explains the concept of FR-EE City, a design prototype for cities in the world that will adapt to new migration patterns, while embracing the functional structure of free trade zones and startup cities. The urban design method involves large infrastructure frameworks set on a basic, reproducible template that will adjust to rapid growth, remaining ecologically sustainable, and at-pace with the ongoing evolution of new forms of technology. Innovative methods of city geometry and modular building will incorporate the growing population’s need for shelter and basic necessities, including potable water, sanitation, and a clean environment, even in developing areas. By starting fresh and building new cities “from the bottom up”, Azzahra believes we can achieve better living conditions through better design.


Fatimah Azzahra works in Business and Research Development at Fernando Romero…


Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

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