26 Nov '14, 5pm

Are Mega-Buildings the Future of Our Cities?

Are Mega-Buildings the Future of Our Cities?

Cities of the future will almost certainly need to be both larger and much more sustainable than they currently are. Due to this assumption, the logical solution is huge mega-skyscrapers, which are capable of producing their own power and handling their own waste. One such design was recently put forth by Urban Future Organization in partnership with CR-Design in the form of the Cloud Citizen building complex which is to be built in Shenzhen, China. Their idea is actually a whole sprawling complex of interconnected buildings, which includes great spaces and comes with a number of sustainable features.

Full article: http://www.jetsongreen.com/2014/11/are-mega-buildings-the...

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