8 unbelievable floating structures


With the global population on the increase, one of our growing immediate challenges is one of physical space, so it’s perhaps no surprise that concepts are being considered to help re-define how we live. Here are eight unbelievable floating structures that might just help future generations.

The eight structures covered are:

The Underwater City
Oil Rig Resort, Spa and Aquatic Adventure
Mermaid-inspired Aquatic Building
Jelly Fish 45
Green Marvel

Which one gets your vote… and why?

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  1. Toyann says:

    These structures are fantastic. The famous marine scientist Bob Ballard, who found the Titanic, predicted that people would live and work in cities located on and under the sea. It makes sense since the ocean has such vast resources.

    I wonder if Ballard envisioned such luxury.

  2. Simon Osborne says:

    I agree Toyann, absolutely fantastic. Really interesting looking at all the different structures and designs people have been coming up with. Up to 10,000 population on the AZ Island, that is quite breathtaking. So many solutions to living space, I wonder which ones would actually become realities?

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