The conceptual Floating Green City has been designed by London-based architect Miroslav Naskov of minD as an exploration of what could be done to expand urban areas beyond existing landmasses. The city maintains a self-sufficient ecosystem that would not come at the expensive of the environment, but rather focused on a climate-neutral design. This would help to expand the amount of usable space we have around coastal cities without causing any problems to the surrounding environment for a more symbiotic experience.
The conceptual Floating Green City maintains an almost otherworldly layout that, while seemingly something that is likely far in the future from being realized, provides an idea of what could be done to make communities more sustainable.
The Conceptual Floating Green City Explores Future Design Ideas
1. Biophilic Floating Cities - Designing floating cities with self-sufficient ecosystems inspired by nature to expand urban areas beyond existing landmasses.
2. Climate-neutral Design - Incorporating climate-neutral design principles in architectural planning for sustainable and environmentally friendly urban growth.
3. Symbiotic Urban Experience - Creating symbiotic relationships between human communities and the natural environment through innovative urban planning strategies.
1. Architecture and Urban Planning - Opportunities to design sustainable and green urban development projects that incorporate climate-neutral design and biophilic principles.
2. Real Estate and Property Development - Potential for investing in green and self-sufficient real estate and property developments, such as biophilic floating cities, that align with sustainable development goals.
3. Marine and Aquaculture Technology - Growth prospects for marine and aquaculture technology companies that offer sustainable solutions for water-based communities, such as floating cities with self-sustaining ecosystems.