[p2p-research] organic architecture and post-scarcity

Michel Bauwens michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 19:14:33 CET 2009

here's an interesting request from edward miller:

Edward:  I was thinking the other day about organic architecture which could
automatically grow as needed, and was wondering if there was any
post-scarcity potential in this. Has anyone discussed that? I know people
talk about organic buildings from a eco-sustainability perspective, but I
haven't heard of buildings which grow as needed.

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