Revisiting history through sustainable engineering:  Spiral tower structure to be designed using the LPSA technology.

The Malwiyya (spiral tower) of Samarra (right) is an outstanding example of mathematical and architectural achievements in Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq) twelve centuries ago, during the Islamic era.  The LPSA system is uniquely suited to designing a new Malwiyya tower that is its own sustainable clean-energy power station.  Funding and international partners are sought.  See “News and Updates” on this site for more info

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Aesthetic, low-cost, durable LPSA building structures. (right).  Using small diameter timber (SDT),  this residential building frame was one of three structures that won a top national invention award in the U.K.