Following the 2008 recession in World 78, market uprise in estate sales, over abundance of fabric waste, and a higher demand in the workforce than supply, a new industry emerges: ‘faBRICK’ building. Fabric is used to create construction materials for houses, as an alternative to deforestation, global warming and to create more job opportunities.
This turns into a new system of markets, centred around the countries and their neighbours. Hierarchically, these do not play into regional markets, but are part of a larger global market, where workforce and skillset development is favoured over goods trade.
What if …
a new industry emerges: ‘faBRICK’ building?
the 2008 economic recession, shortage of jobs, higher deprecation of natural resources and based on the technological advances of architectural eco-research, and creation of alternaties for stirofoam based on mushroom
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