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Oil to Island: Repurposing Southern California's Offshore Drilling Platforms

By Michael Dollar Delash

Abstract

This thesis aims to explore an untapped opportunity that exists between the industries of energy generation as we move beyond the fossil fuel era as society tries to change course for a more sustainable and positive future. Within this scope, the goal is to focus on offshore oil platform structures and reimagining them in a context of sustainable energy generation. The primary objectives are to design a satellite campus for the southern Californian universities to learn from the unique site and conditions of the platforms. This thesis will explore the potential of the offshore oil platform in a new light, not as a symbol of the fossil fuel industry as it is today but of a pinnacle of a sustainable design and production

Topics: Architecture, California, Offshore, Platform, Reuse, Sustainability
Publisher: 'Wiley'
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.13016/xeeo-swgl
OAI identifier: oai:drum.lib.umd.edu:1903/25544
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