Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure by MAD + HyperloopTT

Making the transportation system a renewed connection between people and their city

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随着Hyperloop技术的高速发展以及越来越多的实地试验,Hyperloop进入人们生活已指日可待。当更多的目光聚焦在列车系统的性能上时,MAD更关注Hyperloop除了实现交通功能的优化外,是否也可实现人工与自然的融合,让单纯的交通方式转化为有机、可持续的新型城市基础设施。

▼可持续通行隧道及车站系统,sustainable transportation infrastructure

MAD Architects, led by Ma Yansong, has collaborated with Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT) on the development of an elevated, rapid transport system. MAD’s design demonstrates how the artificial can merge with nature through a new urban infrastructure, that while transforming the future of travel, also has the ability to reshape the way we plan and use public space. While providing enhanced connectivity between cities and people, the transportation system will also establish a renewed connection between people and their city through car-free raised green walkways along the roof of the tunnels, and activation spaces below in the form of parks and recreation areas.

▼让单纯的交通方式转化为有机、可持续的新型城市基础设施,the transportation system will also establish a renewed connection between people and their city through car-free raised green walkways along the roof of the tunnels

HyperloopTT (Hyperloop Transportation Technologies) 较早前邀请MAD设计超级高铁的通行隧道、车站及桥塔系统,期望设计除了满足功能需求外,也探讨设计可如何回应HyperloopTT和MAD共同关注的若干城市问题:人口过密、交通拥挤及污染等。MAD希望通过此次的实验设计,通过Hyperloop建立人与环境间更立体的联系,推动以有机、节能的方式对人们产生更多元的影响。

Since 2013, HyperloopTT has been focusing on looking to develop innovative solutions for some of our major urban problems: overcrowding, traffic congestion, and pollution. By designing the most advanced low-pressure, high-speed sustainable tube-based transportation in the world, it is set to connect people and cities that are distances apart at hyper speed, revolutionizing the way we travel. HyperloopTT commissioned MAD to conceive a versatile pylon design that while acting as structural support for its groundbreaking transportation system, could easily be integrated across diverse environments – from a bustling city center to rural farmland to the remote desert.

▼回应人口过密、交通拥挤及污染等城市问题,looking to develop innovative solutions for some of our major urban problems: overcrowding, traffic congestion, and pollution

▼通过Hyperloop建立人与环境间更立体的联系,could easily be integrated across diverse environments – from a bustling city center to rural farmland to the remote desert

 

能源自足 | Sustainable Energy

MAD设计的列车通行隧道似是通向未知空间的时空隧道,表层的反射玻璃纤维让其更具未来感。MAD设想将太阳能及风能作为隧道、车站及桥塔系统的主要能源来源,实现能源自足。车站及桥塔的顶部,铺设可弯曲的太阳能板,实现太阳能发电储电。而在部分有条件的自然场景中,MAD车站附近设置了无叶风能发电群组,将风能化为电能。同时,隧道内外设有由太阳能补给能源的LED光板,成为车站内的信息互联的显示幕。

MAD’s scheme harnesses solar and wind energies to power the HyperloopTT system. The transportation tunnels are outfitted with bendable solar panel skin modules that are used to power the Hyperloop itself, along with LEDs installed along its surface that function as interactive information boards. Bladeless wind turbine forests positioned at certain sections of the HyperloopTT system will harness the vorticity of the wind, creating a main source of power for the transportation network, lowering overall energy costs.

▼通行隧道及车站模型,model of the station

▼将太阳能及风能作为隧道、车站及桥塔系统的主要能源来源,实现能源自足,MAD’s scheme harnesses solar and wind energies to power the HyperloopTT system

▼新能源构件轴测图,axonometric drawing of the elements

 

垂直车站 | Small Footprint

MAD的设计中,车站及隧道系统将整体提升至地面之上,减少地面占地,避免与其他地面交通的土地争夺,实现不同交通方式的高效共存及互融。

The pylon design minimizes the system’s physical footprint by lifting its functions almost 7 meters aboveground. This eliminates the possibility of collision with road traffic, which in turn decreases the cost of land acquisition. It is composed of a single-mold fiber glass structure, proving its efficiency in both its development and usage.

▼实现不同交通方式的高效共存及互融,eliminates the possibility of collision with road traffic

 

“城市农场” | Urban Farming

在至少6米高的桥塔内,MAD在桥塔内的基底植入新型的“垂直农场”。这种新型农场内实行无土培植,脱离了植物对土地的依赖。通过太阳能补给能源的LED光,为植物灌溉提供了必需的光照。MAD与HyperloopTT合作始于2020迪拜世博会Hyperloop方案。HyperloopTT近期将在德国汉堡港、法国图卢兹等地建造Hyperloop测试跑道。

Sustainability is further emphasized through urban farming opportunities. The base of each pylon is conceived to host crop-growing facilities that encourage urban farming. The light energy sourced from the solar-powered LEDs allows the plants to be self-sustainable, forming a friendly, green environment – a truly organic infrastructure. MAD first worked with HyperloopTT on the occasion of the 2020 Expo in Dubai. Since then, HyperloopTT has partnered with the Port of Hamburg to develop a cargo system; and revealed a full-scale 320m passenger system in Toulouse, France, that is currently in the process of integrating its full-scale passenger capsule for human trials in 2020.

▼桥塔内的基底植入新型的“垂直农场”,the base of each pylon is conceived to host crop-growing facilities that encourage urban farming

MAD + HyperloopTT
设计团队:马岩松, 党群, 早野洋介, 陆骏良, Matthew Pugh, 王涛, Chris Nolop, Nathan Kiatkulpiboone
HyperloopTT Design Team: Ma Yansong, Dang Qun, Yosuke Hayano, Dixon Lu, Matthew Pugh, Wang Tao, Chris Nolop, Nathan Kiatkulpiboone

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