As most countries around the world are wanting to built taller and taller skyscrapers, one country is planning on building a structure that is miles taller than any other building. Instead of scraping the sky, it will be scraping the bottom of the ocean floor.
The Japanese Shimizu Corporation has just unveiled renderings of the world’s first underwater ‘lowrise’, which they estimate could be constructed as early as 2035. The massive underwater structure measures over four football fields in height;
Its electricity and water supplies will extend almost two miles deep into the depths of the ocean.
There will be areas for businesses, hotels, and residential homes for up to 5,000 people off Japan’s coast. There will also be an “Earth Factory” that will recycle CO2 for the society.
“The Ocean Spiral,” will have sustainable fisheries, plazas and promenades for its residents.
The “Blue Garden” will have an impressive grand entrance for both visitors and residents.
Also, did we happen to mention the deep-sea gondola system?
Making even the most extravagant home on land extravagant is now boring…it’s time to open up a whole new world under the sea;