UnderWater SkyScraper Plans Unveiled
“The project is still in research and development stage but the concept is impressive,” stated one of the architects assisting the build. It has been argued that in the future most humans will be living underwater in these skyscrapers, reported CNN.com
Belgian architect, Vincent callebaut, has revealed ambitious plans for underwater eco-villages that could house up to twenty-thousand people per village. The ocean scraper would have to be huge as it reaches one thousand meters below. “Seventy one percent of our world is ocean, so why not start planning for the future when our world is one hundred percent ocean?” Stated an architect and scientist, reported inhabitat.com
These skyscrapers produce their own energy and heat, so they will not need gas or fuel. Inside these skyscrapers they will have homes, offices, seafarms, workshops, and gardens. The skyscrapers will have entrances that you have to enter with a boat. They will have wind chimneys which that they will renew oxygen and it is possible to fish while you’re in the skyscraper, stated Dailymail.co.uk.
These skyscrapers will be spread around the world’s biggest oceans and they will go up to two hundred and fifty rooms. When it produces electricity the skyscrapers use wind, waves, and solar power and it produces its own food through farming, aquaculture, and hydroponic techniques. Scientists believe in near future there will be one hundred percent of the world be water. Which is why it is essential that we do what we can to stem the course of the World’s rising tide. It is not known when people could start to live in the scrapers, stated inhabitat.com