VLS by Manuel Dominguez is a conceptual mobile city that would let people move from area to area in search of better living conditions. VLS (Very Large Structure) is comprised of three levels and sits on caterpillar tracks. The structure is designed to be self-sustaining and would actually contribute new buildings to the area it is temporarily based in before moving on to a new location.
According to Dominguez, VLS could theoretically be built because it is based off of existing heavy machinery and sustainable infrastructure. That being said, at 1,837 feet long (560 meters), it may be tough to find that much open space to accommodate it. Regardless, the VLS by Manuel Dominguez is an interesting concept and one that proves that future living may not only occur in crowded and big cities.
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VLS by Manuel Dominguez Actively Seeks Out Better Living Conditions
- By: Michael HinesNov 26, 2013