An Environmental Island Floating on the Equatorial Pacific – Design You Trust

An Environmental Island Floating on the Equatorial Pacific

An epic project by Japanese company Shimz Corporation. A city that grows just like a lily floating on the water. A city of the equatorial region where sunlight is plentiful and the impact of typhoons is minimal. An area rising 700-1,000m above the equator.

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