28 Jul '15, 3pm

Futuristic self-sufficient vertical city rises from the Sahara Desert

If we have to live in the desert, how will we survive? French architectural design firms Nicholas Laisné Associés and OXO Architectes teamed up to design a concept for a massive vertical city in the Saharan desert. La Tour des Sables would contain living, agricultural and working units distributed across a structure that would rise 1,400 feet above the ground. One caveat? It will take a while to build it.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/la-tour-des-sables-tower-is-a-futuri...

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