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Outstanding Architectural Designs From All Over the Globe-Bloom Aquatic Farm by Sitbon Aarchitectes.
Underground ecological city in abandoned mine The Russian architect agency Alice.ru plans to build an underground ecological city in an abandoned mine in Siberia. Underground cities might be the cities of the future especially in colder areas.
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Top 10 Architectural Wonders of the World - Part I
Green concept of the future called the Lilypad Project This reminds me of an Arrested Development episode. or of the Venus Project.
'Humans 2.0' could live in underwater cities, expert predicts
The SmartThings Future Living Report predicts how homes will look in 100 years. Perhaps most striking is where they'll be: underwater and underground.
20 Stunning Futuristic Skyscraper Concepts You Must See
As the human population rises, more and more cities are becoming congested.
Eco Valley Like Heaven - China
Art & Design Posted by GC Gabriela Cimpoaie Eriksson Architects 'Mentougou Eco Valley' in Mentougou, China
Nautilus is a futuristic self-sustaining eco-resort designed for Palawan in the Philippines.
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Sustainable Living  A creative look towards living with a greener n' sustainable outlook 
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.
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my dream- Backyard stream. The kids would love to play in the water, even if it was a square shape stream area coming of of a Slate Rock Waterfall stream.
Villa Sera is a self-sustained structure that harnesses power from solar panels, collects rainwater and uses gray water for plants, creating a microcosm that not only reduces the carbon footprint but contributes to the ecological system.