MARINARIUM

M3 - COP 21

SAVING COASTAL CITIES


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INPUT BY CCERET ENGINEERING

START UP AND ON DR. RICHARD  DZIEWOLSKI  ARCHITECT  DPLG:

1. COASTAL MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 
2. MARINARIUM  M3, FLOATING ARTIFICIAL ISLAND, SELF-SUFFICIENT IN ENERGY AND RESPECT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

MARINARIUM M3 DESIGNED IN LINE WITH THE INVENTION IS ONE OF THE SOLUTIONS FOR SAVING OUR PLANET, AND IT FACILITATES:

• saving some  +/- 50 000 T of  CO2  per year
• protecting maritime areas against pollution
• protecting the coastline against rising water levels
• settling people forced to flee by floods in "offshore cities" in optimal conditions of comfort and safety.
• stimulating economic activity and creating employment.


 

RICHARD DZIEWOLSKI
ARCHITECT  DPLG  AND  DOCTOR - ENGINEER  DFSUP
MANAGER OF CCERET  ENGINEERING  "START UP"

SUMMARY:

 
1. COASTAL MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

1. OVERVIEW
2. INTRODUCTION
3. MARKET STUDIES PERFORMED TO ENHANCE DEFINITION OF EXPECTATIONS
4. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH CONFIRMED BY FINDINGS ON MELTING GLACIERS AND RISING SEA LEVELS
5. CURRENT STATE OF TECHNOLOGY
6. "MARINARIUM" MARINE CITIES WITH REAL-ESTATE AND TOURIST NATURE 
7. CONCLUSIONS
2. MARINARIUM  M3, FLOATING ARTIFICIAL ISLAND, SELF-SUFFICIENT IN ENERGY AND RESPECT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT

1. OVERVIEW
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE MARINARIUM M03 PROJECT
3. PROJECT EQUIPMENT 
4. PLANNED COASTAL MANAGEMENT 
5. DESCRIPTION OF THE ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT 
6. MUSEUM – AQUARIUM
7. LAYOUT, PURPOSE AND SITE INTEGRATION 
8. OPERATION
9. MARINARIUM M3: AN EXAMPLE IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT 
10. SUMMARY OF TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 

1. AMENAGEMENT DU LITTORAL ET DEVELOPPEMENT DURABLE

1. RESUME

The present input proposes some solutions for coastline management in densely-populated areas.
These solutions will facilitate adaptation to inexorably rising sea levels in areas where land for development is increasingly scarce.
After revealing existing solutions for coastline management and principal sources of pollution, two marine development concepts are proposed:

• construction of "floating" dams to protect the coastline from rising waters consisting of: car parks, managed beaches, "green corridor" pedestrian walkways (updated version of the "Promenade des Anglais" in Nice).
• construction near coasts of integrated artificial islands that are self-sufficient in energy and non-polluting (CO2 = +/- 0) with tourist and real-estate nature, bearing in mind client expectations, facilitating accommodation of a population of several million in a high degree of safety and comfort.
Three different marine city projects are presented (M1, M2 and M3).

The final project Marinarium M3 described in detail in input no 2 is the most successful and technically advanced (several world records in various fields + "smart city" concept). Architecturally speaking, this island symbolises the transition from traditional Mediterranean architecture  - white marble arcades and columns - to the architecture of the future: steel and glass architecture in which each industrialised element has several functions.
Besides this island reflects the lifestyle of the future (safety, quality, conviviality and environmental protection).
This project takes account of:
• projected calculations at the location on the French Riviera (current, wind, swell, rising water levels, depth of sea, quality of subsoil etc.)
• aspects of research by the clientele on which the market study is based. [...]


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