Architecture firm AT Design, with offices in London and China, recently unveiled a master plan for its enormous “Floating City” project, which is designed to be energy-efficient, zero-carbon, and self-sufficient.
[T]he project is commissioned by the state-owned China Communications Construction Company (CCCC). The city comprises several tessellated prefabricated hexagonal modules which form the floating islands spanning four square miles.
It uses the same technology that built the 31-mile bridge between Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai, also built by CCCC.
Via Jing Daily.