Discussion in 'Kintsugi In Space' started by Technicality, Jul 23, 2015.
@nickjay228 you're welcome!
a thing on space!kintsugi architecture: there's probably a lot of those transparent solar panels, and solar water heaters, and solar roofs using those extra-tough tempered quartz glass solar panels that look like normal roof from the ground-assuming of course that it isn't just all powered by Ancient Magitech Weirdness
there may also be things like hanging gardens and aquaponics and the like.
My god, I started this thread like 2 name changes ago :P
What were your previous names? I think I've only ever seen you as Technicality.
First I was nickjay228, then I was N, then I was Technicality. I changed the first one because I didn't like the numbers, the second because the forum software couldn't tag a 1-letter name
It can't? Huh. That's a weird limitation.
Anyway what's your opinion on futuristic greenery-covered architecture?
sounds pretty neat
can that be in Space Kintsugi? like, the Paris Smart City concept things?
Okay, I'm imagining something like the Floran ship from Starbound. If that's what you're talking about then I 100% support it
White, not grey-more like this stuff!
The guy also has a lot of other stuff-check his 'projects' tab, some of it is either currently built or in the drafting and building permissions stage, others are concept only like the Lilypad and Dragonfly.
Also: vertical town-airships that are also farms and make their own fuel. That's a thing he's come up with.
they have the really dumb name of "hydrogenase" which is an enzyme but they're really cool
they look like Sims diamonds
huh you're right!
i should probably make an architecture thread to take this to.
for some reason it reminds me of the Institute from Fallout 4 too
have you got a name idea for the architecture thread? i have no name ideas except just. Architecture Thread.
that's pretty nice and straightforward
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