A Walking City for the 21st Century | ArchDaily

The 560-meter-long structure rests on giant caterpillar tracks which enable it to move from one location to another. A total of 36 crawlers propelled by engines similar to those used in large sea vessels enable it to move. Three levels would house an array of functions necessary for the city to function and accommodate a large nomadic population. The lowest floor would be used as a warehouse and construction area, the middle part would be designated for waste disposal and air conditioning, while the top floor would be used as a living deck.

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