This is unbelievable design work by Jacque Fresco--architect, futurist and only 96-years old!
As you watch this video, you just have to ask yourself, why didn't we think of that sooner?
His design for the city of the future just seems so intuitive--and in aggregate looks almost like the Internet with a mesh design of interlocking cities working together harmoniously.
- Circular cities--with a city center or central hub of essential services (medical, fire, police, etc.) and shopping, and radiating bands of living quarters, agriculture, and recreation.
- Build from the ground up--rather than build piecemeal, you build the entire architected city from the ground up--first underground infrastructure then building foundations, structures, and all modular, interlocking, interchangeable, and constantly maintained.
- Transportation Conveyers--transport up, down, and around by speedy conveyers or between city hubs by underground maglev trains.
- Recycle Everything--this is an environment where nothing is wasted and everything gets recycled.
- Energy Sustainability--all buildings have photovoltaic or solar cells for generating their own renewable energy resources.
- Clean Water/Air--vital resources like water and air is piped in, cleaned, and constantly monitored for safety.
Wow, this is a day and night difference from any city that I have ever seen--wouldn't this be the type of place you'd like to raise your family in the future.
Maybe there are times when starting over with a fresh architecture perspective versus just tinkering with the old is necessary to make a bold leap forward--do you think this one of them? ;-)