Singapore concept design shows possible future of sustainable farming.
In a post-apocalyptic future, where sea levels have swallowed the ground, food will be grown in great towers floating on the sea.
It sounds like something from science fiction, but a Spanish architectural firm is bringing the concept closer to reality. In a pilot project for the shores of Singapore, Barcelona-based firm JAPA has designed a network of looping towers floating on the shoreline to house crops for the increasingly land-poor nation.
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