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hydroelectric prison

Via Popular Science: "Ocean Prison Designer Margot Krasojevic created this futuristic plan for a floating prison that would be located off the Pacific Canadian coast--sort of an Alcatraz for the Blade Runner universe.

Water scraper - Sarly Adre Bin Sarkum

The Water-Scraper Designed by Malaysian architect Sarly Adre bin Sarkum. The building would generate its own power using wave-power, solar energy and wind power, and has its own farms, including aquaculture and hydroponics farms.

Harvey W. Corbett solving congestion problems by illustrating the 1950's American City of "tomorrow".

Arup Envisions the Skyscrapers of 2050

An exceptionally organized view of the future. All part of an architect's vision of the future city in 25 years - back then! Published in Popular Science magazine monthly issue of August 1925 and entitled "How you may live and travel in the city of

Bustler: NEXT LANDMARK Contest Announces Two Winning Projects

NEXT LANDMARK Contest Announces Two Winning Projects

Exhibition Center of Otog Kuan Wang located in Erdos, China sits atop a site surrounded by a public park. Kuan Wang’s goal for the design was to cr

eVolo competition - Migrant Skyscraper / honorable mention / Team: Damian Przybyła, Rafał Przybyła

The “Migrant Skyscraper” is literally mobile, a giant, thin tire with a building and green space in the center. The concept behind the structure is in an

japanese pavilion at the 2012 venice architecture biennale

japan's pavilion explores the possibility of providing housing for the community of rikuzentakata after the devastating 2011 tsunami.

Hotelkamers, toppertje.

Mobile Architecture: A Norwegian City on Wheels

rolling-hotel-Swedish architects Jagnefält Milton shared with us their proposal, awarded with the third prize in an open international master plan competition for the city of Åndalsnes in Norway

Water-Storing Himalaya Towers Take First Place in 2012 eVolo Skyscraper Competition | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Water-Storing Himalaya Towers Take First Place in 2012 eVolo Skyscraper Competition

Himalaya Water Tower, Zhi Zheng, Hongchuan Zhao, Dongbai Song China - Evolo 2012 Skyscraper Competition First Place winner


Evolo: Winners of 2012 Skyscraper Competition

Alejandro Burdisio

Alejandro Burdisio

Alejandro Burdisio is an Argentinian artist who has created a vision of our future with flying cars.

I guess something came out of the occupy movement

Evolo: Winners of 2012 Skyscraper Competition

eVolo 2013 Skyscraper Competition – Win One of the World’s Most Prestigious Award for High-rise Architecture