Click on the images to the right to find many of the submissions to the 2010, 2012, and 2014 Land Art Generator design competitions.
The Land Art Generator Initiative provides a platform for innovative ways of thinking about what renewable energy generation looks like and how it relates to the overall fabric of our constructed and natural environments.
It calls on interdisciplinary teams to conceive of large scale site-specific artworks that provide renewable electricity to the city at a utility-scale (equivalent to the demand of hundreds or even thousands of homes). Once constructed, these public infrastructure artworks will offset thousands of tons of CO2 and provide iconic amenities that will serve to educate and inspire the communities in which they are built.
Hundreds of teams—thousands of individuals—from across the globe have participated in the competitions. Thank you to all of them!
Please click on the images to follow the links to the design boards that were submitted by the teams participating in LAGI competitions. All of the designs are the property of the respective teams. If you are interested in construction, please get in contact with LAGI.