A scalable solution for fish farming in the Atlantic

Ulu is a system of floating units developed for marine-species farming, also known as aquaculture. The project explores the potential of open-sea fish-farming systems as a sustainable alternative to the current exploitation of marine resources. The system would allow for 3.5 tonnes of farmable species to be produced within a 750m2 area, drastically reducing the amount of fish that would need to be caught from the wild.

Carlos Daniel Zalazar

  • Carlos Daniel Zalazar
    National University of Mar del Plata

    I am industrial designer. I studied at the Mar del Plata National University. I am interested in the development of integrational processes to improve the welfare of the people and the environment, articulating the study of form, the usage and the technological exploration.more

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