193 countries simply do not provide the space for 7.3 billion people, and how will we create homes on land for growing populations?
Enter Seasteading and others creating Floating Cities. As the world becomes increasingly ocean-oriented for energy and other resources it is predicted that construction activities during the 21st century will be dominated by concrete sea structures.
Reef Life State of the Art Marine and Seawater Concrete Matrices are specified per site and engineered for each element of that site from footing to wall panels to ballistic saferooms.
Magnificent concepts shown below were created to emphasize diversity within architectural and engineering designs for structures attached to coastal regions or "freefloating" cities and communities.
The world's first floating city is set to appear in the Pacific Ocean off the island of Tahiti.
The government of French Polynesia has signed a deal with Seasteading Institute to begin construction work in just two years.
It may seem like an ambitious plan, by the group believes semi-independent cities would be the perfect place to try new modes of government and agricultural method.