Cities That Grow Like Water Lilies

Cities That Grow Like Water Lilies

The Shimizu corporation explores the possibility of creating eco-friendly artificial islands.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 12 november 2010

At the forefront of researching the construction of artificial islands containing self-sufficient, carbon-negative cities with zero waste in the equatorial ocean is the Shimizu corporation, one of the world’s biggest architectural, engineering and general contracting firms, headquartered in Japan. DigInfo TV explains some of the details of this ambitious project:

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