The SESU Seastead Ocean Society is Tomorrow's Utopia

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Jul 14, 2009 • References: & news.nationalgeographic
This floating ocean society, the SESU Seastead, was created by Estonian architect Marko Järvela of Hirvesoo Arhitektibüroo.

The utopia not only caters to basic needs and being very environmentally-friendly, but as also designed to allow "soft values" such as frequent meditation to flourish.

The SESU Seastead (which stands for SElf-SUstained seastead) is a micro-city on the ocean integrating eco-friendly features like solar energy harvesting and plenty of vegetation which not only nourishes people living on the SESU Seastead, but plays a role in climate regulation.

As land is quickly being filled with architecture and real estate is popping up everywhere, TSI is looking at the 70% of the planet covered in water and seeking innovative ways to create sustainable living environments. Stats for Floating Green Micro-Cities Trending: Older & Warm
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