Interesting concept. Repurposing an old mine to serve as an underground city in extreme conditions.
I’m inclined to think that a lot of the structural issues could be solved by making subterrainian buildings only a few storeys deep, rather than hundreds of feet. They’d get natural sunlight that way, too.
I want to show you a different way to connect the past with the future.
If i ask you to think about an underground city, you realize that i’m talking about an ancient city. It isn’t. This way of building a city is not only an ancient way, but also our minds are projecting cities that will be able to transform humans in ants.
This is not new, because the principal city’s half of transport is the underground, but i want to talk about this new idea, because i think it could be interesting!
If the population continue to grow, we will need to discover new ways to build our cities, and this could be a solution, in prevision of a self-sufficient underground city.
An interesting project is proposed by a russian architect, Ab Elise, that has designed a city to be constructed 550-meters deep in an abandoned…
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