By Nicholas Greene
The Multiplicity concept envisions multiple cities built into one on varied levels, up and down. There’s a canopy at the peak, vertical buildings in between, and a city on the streets below.
Billing itself as the world’s first truly zero-carbon, zero-waste city, Masdar will play host to a massive public rapid transit system in place of personal vehicles, and will be fueled entirely by solar, wind, and geothermal energy.
Envisioned by MAD Architects, the beautiful Shan-Shui City’s design is inspired by the ancient worship of mountains and water in China.
Deep within the Calabrian countryside in Italy stretches a ruined, abandoned highway – the result of a multi-million dollar development project which was never finished.
Submitted as an entry to the eVolo 2011 Skyscraper competition, NeoTax takes the traditional skyscraper and expands it outwards.
Dreamed up by the eminent designer Dror Benshetrit, HavvAda is a man-made island situated off the coast of Istanbul, Turkey.