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Seatropolis – A self-sufficient futuristic habitat concept

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Seatropolis concept is all about a habitat on the waters when the earth is overcrowded or covered in water due to global warming. One of the biggest threats is that as the temperature will go up, snowcaps will start melting and likely to cover most of the ground. Designer Andrew Bowen proposes a self-sufficient floating habitat. All the sources of renewable energy are included in the design.

The structure will harness deep aqua thermal energy, solar energy, and wave energy. Water desalination, hydro and aquaponics, and fish farms will produce all the required food. I guess, wind energy is something designer should include in the design. The structure looks more like a ultra modern sci-fi movie set. The rendering does not explain the concept in detail. However, that’s enough to think upon when the time comes.

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