Floating, sustainable café. In situ produce and local markets, that foster culinary sense of place.


Aeolia is the name of the  floating island in Homer's Odyssey.  It is the design’s evolution of the TOTAL T’Air concept, whereby the space is terre in the air.


Floating islands have historically been the architectonic stereotype of sustainability and technological advancement. This design marries these identifiable markers with the needs of the locale and their residents.


The Aeolia is a multi-faceted hub, encompassing commerce and social interaction. The local need for social interaction is housed in the space and turned into commerce from sales of sustainable, locally grown produce, and collaboration with local markets.


As such, the design is a holistic reflection of the people, their sense of place and locality in space-time, as “You Are What You Eat”.


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What name are you giving your service station concept?

Aeolia - The Floating Café.

What makes your service station unique?

Sustainable technologies, produce grown in situ, feasible ways to create culinary sense of place and a comprehensible road map to integrate the design into the local space-time fabric of community.

Which services does your service station offer?

Refueling for automotive, locally grown produce sales, and café from locally grown produce and local markets.

What design style are you choosing for your service station and why?

Post-Modern. It marries the design materials and sustainable technologies incorporated.