Terraced Structured Land Visualized PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 April 2011

These illustrations and computer renderings show the TSL (Terraced Structured Land) in context.

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computer rendering of an expanded TSL structure with both ends terminated in tapering configurations.

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Illustration showing the TSL in an environmental context. (illustration by Johnny Go)

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illustration showing relationship between residential exterior and central core. (illustration by Johnny Go)

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illustration showing central core. Commercial businesses can be seen at the left and the interior side of residents can be seen at the right. The residents have access to the central core by utilizing a three dimensional traversing network of walkways, bridges, escalators, elevators, trams, and other pathways that accommodate multi-modal transportation within the TSL.(illustration by Johnny Go)

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computer rendering showing end view of 10 tiered TSL with internal "core" spaces. (computer rendering by Mark Eakle)

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computer rendering showing a "10 Tier, 10 Bay" TSL structure.  Each Tier is 32 feet above the one below it and set back by 32 feet.(computer rendering by Mark Eakle)

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computer rendering showing a "single bay" of the 10 tier / 10 bay TSL. (computer rendering by Mark Eakle)

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computer rendering showing residential space-frame platform combined with girders and columns. (computer rendering by Mark Eakle)

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computer rendering showing residential space-frame platforms supported by columns. (computer rendering by Mark Eakle)

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computer rendering showing the space-frame's capacity for integrating modular components. (computer rendering by Mark Eakle)

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computer rendering showing a conventional 3 story building inside of the TSL core. (computer rendering by Mark Eakle)

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computer render showing a "4 Tier" configuration with a "10 Tier" base. The TSL can be easily scaled to meet any sizing requirements while maintaining its capacity to accommodate future expansion. (computer rendering by Mark Eakle)


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