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The Seasteading Institute aims to build self-sufficient floating cities.

Floating cities are getting far closer to reality than ever before — but they won’t be the libertarian utopias billionaires have proposed

Floating cities have been part of a utopian vision to build societies that operate independently of government.
A rendering of Oceanix City.

The UN is supporting a design for a new floating city that can withstand Category 5 hurricanes

Floating cities could help address two global challenges: sea level rise and a lack of affordable housing.
The towers topped out in March 2019.

A pair of luxury twisting towers just went up next to New York City’s High Line

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels is building twisted towers that border the High Line.

10 of the most expensive art installations featured at Burning Man

This year's Burning Man begins on August 26. Before 70,000 people gather on the "playa" for the festival, take a look at some of the most expensive art installations at Burning Man.

Danish architect Bjarke Ingels is crowdsourcing $50,000 to bring a giant orb to Burning Man

Danish architects Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange launched an Indiegogo fundraiser to crowdsource $50,000 for the project. The Orb is meant to help Burning Man attendees navigate the Black Rock Desert.

This starchitect-designed luxury apartment building was just crowned best new skyscraper in the world — look inside

A 22,000-square-foot sloping courtyard is in its center, and floor-to-ceiling windows allow residents to have maximum light in their apartments.

Every apartment in this honeycomb-style building has a private pool on its balcony

Each glass-fronted balcony contains its own small pool in this apartment complex in the Bahamas, designed by famed architect Bjarke Ingels.

Students in Copenhagen can pay $600 month to live in these floating shipping container dorms

Bjarke Ingels Group finished their first round of shipping container dorms in Copenhagen, which are available for $600 a month.