“The Living Village”, creates a comprehensive community
that benefits from the efficiency of a consolidated and practical
infrastructure. This infrastructure provides both privacy and security
and yet it maintains the benefits of both rural and urban lifestyles.
is a community of flexibilities whose design is driven by the economic,
social, and ecological needs of the government, the developer, and
its residents. It does this while maintaining sustainable compatibility
with the surrounding environment.
Through the exclusive use of the Pyraform™ modular system of
construction, architects and engineers are able to utilize the natural
shape and topography of each individual site to create a Living Village
of superb beauty and efficiency.
A Pyraform™ system of “The Living Village” inspires
responsibility in government and the developer to manifest communities
that will serve to raise consumer living standards throughout the
is a close-up drawing of a Pyraform™ Living Village structure.
It shows the terraces of the residential area with its abundance of
vegitation and outdoor property for recreational use. Click
on the image for a larger view.
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can be tailored to small
sites of 4 to 25 acres as urban villages, approximately 640
to 1000 acres as a rural village, and up to 3200
acre versions for rural areas with multiple villages. This is
a 640 acre Village. This Pyraform™ Living Village is designed
to fit a 640 acre site. It will have an anticipated population of
12,000 residents. This size is needed to provide necessary businesses
with a population base that is large enough to make each business
profitable. A keynote of the Pyraform™ system is its flexibility,
which includes a variety of living quarters that will meet the desires
of most everyone. Pyraform™ has Terrace homes, Patio homes,
Lake Cottages, Theme Clusters, Penthouses, Apartments, Mobile homes,
and even a trailer park. In this 640 acre Living Village there is
also a Hotel, Yard based Businesses, Hazardous-Use Industry, and a
Recycling Yard. Click on the image
for a larger view.