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Pipeline Hijacking

Part 1 Project 2018
Camille Dunlop
Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL London UK
‘Pipeline Hijacking’ is a speculative glimpse into alternative means of dwelling and building construction. The project imagines how a community could hijack, grow along, and be informed by, an existing infrastructure of an Icelandic Geothermal Pipeline Network which supplies a constant stream of hot water. The resulting architecture becomes an ecosystem of hot water pipes with a variety of habitable climates, unique spatial experiences and an ethos of sustainable living.


Camille Dunlop

Tutor(s)
Jennifer Chen
Maren Klasing
2018
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