Re: Art, Environment and Architecture(was)Extropic Flare In NY Art
Fri, 24 Sep 1999 01:57:56 EDT

In a message dated 9/23/1999 9:43:29 PM Pacific Daylight Time, writes:

<< what about sky cities? or deep sea cities? I think people that wouldn't want to
live underground could live in those

I like the idea of cities that are amphibious. Visionary architect Glen Small's flying buildings look like large winged jellyfish that propel through space. I see cities that migrate. Moving from underwater to land, perhaps even 'exoterra' for a season. One of the most tedious and limiting aspects of building today is proper footings. (earthqukes, slides, etc) Even with nan, some of that will still apply, unless we find a way to mobilize our structures and allow them to move through water, mud and other matter, and to change with the weather patterns.

Parking spaces for homes...