Underwater City “Seascraper” is an eco-friendly architectural concept using 3D printing technology. Vincent Callebaut proposed an Underwater city “Seascraper” for “climate change refugees”, 3D printed from Recycled Trash taken from the ocean’s floating garbage patches. This eco-friendly Underwater City “Seascraper” also known as a waterscraper is the latest in a series of conceptual projects by the Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut, He has developed plans for a city of futuristic ocean buildings made from 3D-printed plastic waste which ...

Floating Seahorse Villa in Dubai is an iconic underwater house design and a luxury lifestyle product which was officially unveiled at Dubai International Boat Show. ...

WaterNest 100: Ecological floating habitat, designed by Giancarlo Zema Design Group for the British firm EcoFloLife. After years of research the architect Giancarlo Zema, already famous for his water creations, has designed in exclusive for the British firm EcoFloLife, an eco-friendly floating housing unit the WaterNest 100. It is an enveloping of 100 sqm residential unit, 12 m in diameter and 4 m ...

The floating island includes six luxury double bedrooms, with space for 12 residents and four staff members. The boat is priced at £3 million. The manufacturers describe the island as an “autonomous power supply based energy system” powered by a noiseless wind energy system. The island also features over 120 m2 of solar panels. Heat recovery from the sea water is ...