Regen Villages

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

ReGen Villages is a new visionary model for the development of off-grid, integrated and resilient eco-villages that can power and feed self-reliant families around the world.

ReGen stands for regenerative, where the outputs of one system are the inputs of another. The concept has a holistic approach and combines a variety of innovative technologies, such as energy positive homes, renewable energy, energy storage, door-step high-yield organic food production, vertical farming aquaponics/aeroponics, water management and waste-to-resource systems.

With the integration of such technologies, ReGen Villages holds a potential in changing some of the challenges of a growing population, increasing urbanization, scarcity of resources, the growing global food crisis as well as reducing the global CO2 emission and reducing the burdens on municipal and national governments in dynamically changing planetary and economic times. 

ReGen Villages is all about applied technology. Already existing technologies are simply being applied into an integrated community design, providing clean energy, water and food right off the doorstep. ReGen Villages adds not only environmental and financial value, but also social value, by creating a framework for empowering families and developing a sense of community, where people become part of a shared local eco-system: reconnecting people with nature and consumption with production.

 

PROJECT DATA


Project name

Regen Villages


Typology

Masterplan, Residential, Agricultural


Location

Almere, The Netherlands


Year

2016


Status

On-going


Size

15.500 m2


Client

Regen Villages Holding B.V


Collaborators

James Ehrlich


Design team

Tue Hesselberg Foged, Sinus Lynge, Kasper Reimer, Esbjen Jensen, Toni Rubio Soler, Christoffer Gotfredsen, Laura Gobbi, Yulia Kozlova, Lavinia Andreea Marcu, Evgeny Markachev, Weronika Marek, Rikke Aaskov


 
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Architectural Model

 

The Regen System explained