How One Architect Imagines The Future Of Sustainable Cities | Say hello to "oceanscrapers." | If you think of the city of the future as being filled with impossibly tall skyscrapers, think again. Instead, we could one day become people of the sea who live in "oceanscrapers." [Futuristic Architecture: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-architecture/ Floating Buildings: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/floating/]

How An Architect Imagines The Future Of Sustainable Cities

Futuristic oceanscapers are floating villages from algae and plastic waste Aequorea Carbon-free printed oceanscaper by Vincent Callebaut – Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Join buildyful.com - the global place for architecture students.~~Triumph Architectural Treehouse Award 2014

Called "Tree Hopper", the winning project of the Triumph Architectural Treehouse Award presents a mixed structure - built around a tree. Through a spiral staircase, visitors can access the comfortable accommodations that resemble a futuristic beehive.

Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut has developed a concept to introduce natural…

Asian Cairns by Vincent Callebaut

City in the Sky: Futuristic Flower Towers Soar Above Modern Metropolises | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

City in the Sky: Futuristic Flower Towers Soar Above Modern Metropolises

City in the Sky: Futuristic Flower Towers Soar Above Modern Metropolises megatropolis city in the sky hrama – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Futurologist Dr Pearson believes that by 2045, supertall buildings (illustrated) will have artificial intelligence 'personalities' and will be able to 'talk' to people. Homes and offices will collect and process data from various sensors to flag up when repairs are needed or when the heating needs to be turned on [Futuristic Architecture: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-architecture/]

Back to the Future...2045: What will the world look like in 30 years?

October 2015 was the date to which Marty McFly went Back to the Future 30 years ago. With this peg, plant hire group Hewden has commissioned a report on what 2045 might look like.

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Avaza Aqua Park by JDS Architects

Capture Wind: A Wind Farm in the Tropopause / Jiaqi Sun, Chang Liu, Mingxuan Qin (China) [Futuristic Architecture: http://futuristicnews.com/category/future-architecture/]

eVolo's 20 Most Innovative Skyscrapers

eVolo's 20 Most Innovative Skyscrapers,Capture Wind: A Wind Farm in the Tropopause / Jiaqi Sun, Chang Liu, Mingxuan Qin. Image Courtesy of eVolo

Futuristic Architecture, Firestone Boulevard office building B+U Architects, via LA Times

L.A. imagined: The city that isn't

Downey office building: This 2009 design from B+U Architects was planned as a mix of offices, retail shops, a cafe and a plaza and would have been covered by braided fabric at different levels of transparency but was canned when the financial crisis hit

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