Visions of water dwellings.

Taking advantage of the 71% of the Earth covered in water, the “Water-Scraper” is a partially submerged, self-contained habitat. A combination of tidal, solar and wind sources generate power for the floating behemoth while garden acreage just above the water line produces food for the structure’s inhabitants.

The conceptual architectural model was developed by Sarly Adre Bin Sarkum of Malaysia for the eVolvo Magazine 2010 Skyscraper Competition. [eVolvo]