Wayaland Floating City By Lazzarini Design Studio

Throughout the annals of recorded history, man has always dreamed of making the ocean his domain. Architect Pierpaolo Lezzerini’s fantastic vision of a buoyant city on the water mixes Mayan and Japanese architectural influence to create his concept Wayaland, a remarkable vision of a future, afloat. From Lazzerini’s imagination springs a luxury watery community, equipped with everything that a small populace needs, including shops, restaurants, bars, spas, gyms, tennis courts, a movie theater, and even a casino.

Underwater Eco-Village Plans To Recycle Rubbish Into ‘Seascrapers’

Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut developed plans for an amazing oceanic city built out of recycled rubbish. This futuristic building proposal extends 1,000 meters down into the depths of the sea, and plans to be made entirely of 3D-printed plastic waste materials. Named for a species of bioluminescent jellyfish, this fictional city goes by the name of Aequorea. The architectural concept serves to highlight our current situation of dwindling natural resources as well as the overwhelming need to clean up our waste-filled oceans.