Michael Baštář

Michael Baštář

Michael Baštář
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So if a Penthouse is the top of a building... what is the lowest level of a ocean building called. That would be the prime, right!? Or how to survive global tides rising from the heat in the Antarctic regions.

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.

This is beyond amazing! Futuristic City in the Sky Provides Tranquil Oasis Away From Urban Life.

This incredible futuristic City in the Sky is a concept design by London-based architect Tsvetan Toshkov, in which he envisions a tranquil oasis high above

Cactus House - The balconies of the Cactus House apartment building in Rotterdam were designed to maximize outdoor gardening space for tenants.

Cactus House (Rotterdam, Netherlands) Cool-looking would be a good enough reason for us, but this housing design was created to maximize each apartment's outdoor space and indoor sunlight. 15 Gravity-Defying Homes From Around the World

☮ Farming in the sky Sustainable 'farmscrapers' for Shenzhen unveiled by Vincent Callebaut Architects from http://www.worldarchitecturenews.com/

☮ Farming in the sky Sustainable 'farmscrapers' for Shenzhen unveiled by Vincent Callebaut Architects

Futuristic Floating City Looks Like a Manta Ray, is Completely Self-Sufficient and Can House 7,000 People

French architect Jacques Rougerie has envisioned a giant floating city which bears a striking resemblance to a manta ray, named City of Mériens.