Unique ETFE-Made Tennis Center In Bulgaria
The Orsos Island is a 66 by 121 feet (20 by 37 m) man-made floating ‘island’ worth $6.5 million. This island provides 1,000 sq. meters of living space, has no engine and can be towed and anchored pretty much anywhere in the world. With full comfort offered, the island is totally self-sufficient and environmentally friendly, with power delivered by wind generators and solar panels. The producing company is reported to has already taken pre-orders from different parts of the world.
Called the best action-packed mega project at Best Futura Mega Project in MIPIM Awards 2012, Express Rail Link West Kowloon Terminus by Andrew Bromberg) of the International Studio Aedas is an impressive railway station. It is multi-layered in height;ultra futuristic in design; covers 430,000 square meters; offers visitors panoramic views of Hong Kong; and unites 15 speedy railways connecting Hong Kong and Beijing (China).
The proposal made for Miami (Florida, USA) by architect Kobi Karp is to take up a 28-acre (11 ha) place. Called Miapolis, it is to include an amusement park, an observatory, rotating sky-lounge, restaurants, a trade center, a shopping mall, condominiums, office spaces and a marina on its 160 floors, raising 980 meters high. If the project is build it’ll surpass the tallest existing man-made structure.
The Stadium Concept by German architects is a floating stadium prototype with all high end amenities and sustainable technologies. Empowered with hydro power, with solarand wind energy systems on board this stadium comprises of a floating disc, the Pontoon Ring and the bay.
This recreational and residential high rise has been crafted for tropical climatic conditions by Iranian product designer Pouyan Mokhtarani. The Scallion skyscraper is designed to minimize the air flow and with the wind turbines, RED solar shaded balcony with solar panels and a solar warm water heater to be as sustainable as it gets.
Architect Saint Val created an ecological and very fresh project of a multiple use bridge for Amsterdam. The primary materials of the bridge are very homy wood and traditional for the bridges aluminum and steel.
The Biomorphic House by Pavie Architects looks much like a bunch of various sunglasses attractively attached together. It is situated 1000 meters over the Mediterranean Sea, formed to withstand winter storms perfectly and provides enough windows with transparent photovoltaic-cells to secure power sufficient for the heating, and electricity needs.