EX-P1009 - Howling Monkeys


EX-P1009 is a design proposition to intervene in nano level to create a unique experience of living with nature. Genetic strand of Ceiba Pentandra is modified in a way that growth pattern produce predetermined result. Altered DNA carries information, a blue print for the house, making it possible to grow rather than build. EX-P1009 is consist of four open platforms with canopy, two interior rooms and a pool. The process of photosynthesis convert sun's energy to break down water's molecular structure, hydrogen from oxygen then combined them with carbon dioxide to produce glucose.  Subsequently excess sugar is fermented and distilled into ethel alcohol as source of energy for HVAC, hydraulics and distillery. In right environment, EX-P1009 can provide sustainable necessities for family of 2-4 persons such as purified water, sugar  and energy.


A specimen of genetically modified tree  has been located recently at 09-29N, 84-06W. The speculation is that this specimen may have seen genetic intervention and served as a human  dwelling during post-industrial era more than 3000 years ago. Discovery was made by Dr.Douglus Mason and his archeological expedition from Magna Opus University while exploring ancient ruins in deep jungle of central america, formally known as Costarica. When  the specimen was discovered ethel alcohol production based  on  sugar fermentation  process was still  operating  and a tribe of  howling monkeys who occupied the tree were aggressively defending their monopolized enterprise against any trespasser. Its postulated that surrounding area has benefited from gearter eco diversity and complexity that bio-mass of immediate perimeter of the tree has been enriched by tenfold in comparison.