Climate change is altering the Earth at a rapid pace. Storms are raging, seas are rising, and the land is getting hotter and drier. This calls for architectural evolving and adaptation, creating spaces accommodating the inevitable near-future prognosis.
In this project the focus turns to Morocco, a country the world depends on as a sustainable crop exporter. So, what happens when food security is threatened due to climate change?
APTO HOUSE is a project working with climate change adaptation in the agricultural sector at the South of Morocco, working with the new normal for temperatures, precipitation and wind 50 years into the future, creating a structure protecting the crops, the working farmers, while adapting to the future climatic circumstances for a new way to cultivate the land.