His newest set of buildings he has called Trans-Actions. It looks mainly on sustainable architecture. “The unusual structures provide special retreats, workplaces, mobile observatories, hydraulic structures, or even stationary zeppelins,” says American Luxury. And they are right. These designs are clearly for the up and coming future of renewable energy and sustainable living.
All of the designs are fairly different, which gives the sets a diverse, yet cohesive look to them. The cohesiveness of them comes from the fact that they all rest on pillars or support edifices. This helps them to minimize their impact on the environment.
As well as not impacting the environment as much because of these support systems, it also helps the buildings to be less effected by the environment. They help to reduce the impact to the building itself, and mainly impacts the edifices instead. This also demonstrates the possible equilibrium that can occur when nature interacts with architecture.
Gonzalez incorporated these elements to help his fascination of the dynamic between creation and destruction. These designs will hopefully help to minimize both aspects of building.