For whatever reason, eco-designers seem to have this obsession with environmentally-sound air ships. Are the 1930’s back in vogue? Are there still people out there banking on a comeback for the zeppelin? Apparently so, because I have come across yet another eco-conscious air ship that looks good on paper, and likely won’t ever be more than a twinkle in the designer’s eye.
Called the Eunoia, this helium-lifted airship would be powered by thousands of solar panels and made from reclaimed materials. Looks pretty sleek though, no?
I still have to marvel at Tzortzi’s skill though. The Eunoia looks pretty good to me, and while I doubt it will ever “get off the ground”, there is no telling who this design may one day influence. For now, enjoy the pictures.
Source: Inhabitat | Images: Thomas Tzortzi
Chris DeMorro is a car enthusiast, blogger, and all-around crazy man who is as passionate about hybrids as he is about Hemis. You can follow his constant misadventures at Three Months In A Mustang.