Sustainable housing

    Sydney Kitson

    Palm Beach Gardens / United States
    J’ai créé la ville idéale, verte et privée, où il fait bon vivre !
    Ce promoteur américain a créé Babcock Ranch, une ville durable, écologique, connectée et rentable ! Babcock Ranch, situé dans le Nord-Ouest de la Floride, abrite 20 000 logements et 500 000 m2 de commerces et de bureaux alimentés par 343 000 panneaux solaires. Des navettes robots assurent la mobilité des résidents. Cette cité idéale, réservée aux Américains les plus fortunés, entend accueillir environ 50 000 habitants d'ici 20 ans.

    Prenons soin de nous informer !

    Que sont-ils devenus ?

    18 April 2019
    TAMMY DUNAKIN - " Je loue mes chèvres pour tondre vos pelouses "

    Eiffage, first founding partner of the Shamengo Villa

    2 May 2017
    We are proud to announce our partnership with Eiffage, European leader in construction, as part of the first Shamengo Villa in Bordeaux. The decision to share resources and talents often stems from a story of personal encounters. Hervé Lapastoure, real estate director of Eiffage Sud Ouest, has played a formidable role as a go-between, and […]

    Design thinking workshops

    25 January 2017
    Shamengo Villa

    The shipping container: an almost smart home

    16 May 2016
    In France, the housing sector represents over 20% of greenhouse gas emissions. The use of maritime shipping containers has been put forward as a solution to provide transportable, recyclable and low-cost dwellings. But their energy performance leaves much to be desired.

    Shamengo villa: urban architecture revolution

    13 April 2016
    According to disruptive technology researcher Chris Arkenberg, future cities will be built by drones, bacteria and 3D printers and modelled on plant architecture. His predictions in a recent article have us even more excited about the Shamengo Villa project.

    Shamengo Villa: constructive exchanges at MIPIM

    23 March 2016
    The 27th-annual MIPIM was held in Cannes March 15-18. Shamengo took part as the special guest of the Bordeaux Métropole, which hosted a booth at the event. For Catherine Berthillier, it was an opportunity to present the Shamengo Villa project to some of the 23,000 visitors.