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I hope one day they build this vertical #train #station

I hope they build this vertical train station one day

Christopher Christophi and Lucas Mazarrasa came up with this surprising concept for the eVolo skyscraper competition: The Hyper-Speed Vertical Train Hub.

vertical agriculture in the mainstream

Dickson Despommier, a professor at Columbia University, created the vertical farm concept with 82 graduate students. He says that the skyscrapers could protect a city's food supply from floods and droughts, and from pathogens that attack crops

I hope they build this vertical train station one day

I hope they build this vertical train station one day

Hyper-speed Vertical Train Hub in eVolo 2014 Skyscraper Competition | Christopher Christophi and Lucas Mazarrasa - Arch2O.com

Vertical Train Hub in eVolo 2014 Skyscraper Competition christopher christophi and lucas mazarrasa

Sky Park: Design Idea Floats City Block Over Penn Station

Out of four recent proposals for a radical overhaul of Penn Station in New York City, this concept is far and away the most dramatic.

Sky Park: Design Idea Floats City Block Over Penn Station

Out of four recent proposals for a radical overhaul of Penn Station in New York City, this concept is far and away the most dramatic.

Vertical Farming - this is a way to hasten the urbanization of the U.S. and the world. We can grow more per sq. ft. , use less energy (vastly lower transport costs) and have more nutritious food if we move farming indoors. We don't even have to cut corporations out of the loop. That would hurt their feelings - corporations are people too, you know.

Vertical farming Agriculture: Growing crops in vertical farms in the heart of cities is said to be a greener way to produce food.

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