We often hear that the size of a design does not matter, but there are cases where bigger is better and certainly more impressive.
This is the idea behind choosing these monumental architecture concepts.
Whether that means building tall skyscrapers or incredibly tall structures,
Today’s architects and designers are looking for ways to stand out in an ever-changing industry.
As we take a closer look at some of the biggest and most innovative architectural concepts we can expect in the future.
Imagine a city hanging in the air at an altitude of 550 metres, this is of course something you cannot imagine but it exists in Dubai.
Downtown Cycle is a design that proposes the idea of a highly efficient urban center that will redefine the city’s skyline.
Within the concept, the design presents a 550-meter-high building in the shape of a ring.
While this is impressive in itself, the fact that the building was planned to surround the world’s largest free-standing skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, is even more astonishing.
The futuristic concept – Downtown Circle – will include everything you would expect from a crowded city,
Residential, public and commercial spaces, parks and much more.
With sustainability in mind, it also features a futuristic rail transportation system.
According to their plans, it was supposed to contain suspended capsules that could travel at a speed of 100 kilometers per hour.
2. The Line
Many huge architectural projects seem like a fantasy that never becomes a reality.
But that doesn’t apply to The Line, the stunning concept created by Morphosis Architects.
The city is already under construction and will be 170 kilometers long, and as the Saudi government explains,
The project will resemble what urban communities will look like in the future.
The goal is to create a city free of roads, cars and emissions.
The Line project consists of two huge buildings parallel to each other.
It will extend between desert, coastal and mountainous landscapes.
Furthermore, the buildings are so tall that they will be placed on supports to follow the curvature of the Earth.
According to current plans, it will include a high-speed train line,
and upon completion of its construction, the city will be able to accommodate more than nine million people.
Another major city is scheduled to be built at an as-yet-undisclosed location in the American desert. Telosa
According to a concept proposed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels and design studio BIG.
The idea is attributed to billionaire businessman Marc Lore, who hopes to make it the most sustainable city in the world.
If all goes as planned, Telusa could accommodate up to five million people.
The studio also plans for the city to provide diverse housing options within everyone’s reach.
It will contain a large viewing tower and high-rise buildings in its center.
4. Maldives Floating City
It is a popular destination for honeymooners and lovers of luxury travel. Unfortunately,
Much of the Maldives is expected to become habitable in just 20 or 30 years.
As rising sea levels pose a serious threat to the magnificent islands,
the country’s government has teamed up with a design studio to propose a floating city.
They plan to create a place that can provide a home for 20,000 people.
The floating city will be established in the Maldives in a lagoon near its capital, Male.
As can be seen from the plans, the first true floating island city will include 5,000 low-rise homes.
Which is located on a series of hexagonal buildings.
The impressive project has been shortlisted for the MIPIM Awards, often called the “Oscars of Global Development.”
This project aims to provide housing for both local residents and tourists, and it is certainly nothing less than a huge project.
Given global issues like climate change and the housing crisis,
more architects and developers are creating ambitious projects like the massive architecture concepts seen here, which will not only change the industry, but perhaps even the world.
In the coming decades, we will see the emergence of many future urban centers that combine high technology and sustainability.