This Can Be The First Floating City To Exist In The Future

This Can Be The First Floating City To Exist In The Future
SPONSORED

We have always been dreaming about how our future would look like, with flying cars and aliens doing our jobs, everything being automatic and comfortable. Sounds exciting, doesn't it? It definitely does. We are developed and some countries are developing, and the day we see what we've been dreaming of is not very far behind. The technology we have been promising and it is developing the world into greater and better place. Our dreams of future are very soon to be true, not all maybe but yes some of them definitely will. 

It's amazing!

It's amazing!

RELATED STORIES

Naming of the vessel related to the creator.

Naming of the vessel related to the creator.
via

The city to be is named as 'Marines' which means 'oceanite' in French. Mr. Rougerie sees himself as a 'marine' which means someone who is at one with the sea, so he told in a radio station programme. He also said that he feels extremely good underwater, like a very different person. He feels that he gets totally different aspects and idea underwater.

Costs are huge, but outcome to be better.

Costs are huge, but outcome to be better.
via

It is currently under construction and the estimated amount is $50 million.

The inner lagoon to have labs as well.

The inner lagoon to have labs as well.
via

Inner lagoon would accommodate marine research vessels. This would also include the creator, Mr. Rougerie's SeaOrbiter which is an ocean skyscraper and floating lab.

The city that floats.

The city that floats.
via

So there are people who love the sea but can't get a home near it or something. So for such people, a new hope is rising. The futuristic floating city will be the perfect home for such people. Jacques Rougerie, the French architect, designed the vessel that is shaped like a manta ray. It can be the inspiration for floating residencies or cruise ships in the near future.

It's huge!

It's huge!
via

The giant city of Marines would be approximately 2,950 ft long, 1,650 ft wide.

Eco-friendliness was taken into account

Eco-friendliness was taken into account
via

The city would be sustainable and autonomous. It would run on completely renewable energy and it would not produce any waste whatsoever.

The French Genius

The French Genius
via

Mr. Rougerie envisions the vessel he created as a universal city. It would occupy around 7,000 people with many facilities like classrooms, research labs and everything.