Despite precautions to prevent global warming, the earth has changed considerably. The level of the sea has increased, leaving behind a shortage of arable lands. To overcome this threat of immersion and reintroduce balance on the earth, researchers has developed new forms of vegetation, which allow a sustainable life exclusively from the sea.
Establishing a fusion between plants and water, a new substance supplies humans with food, water and energy, thanks to local stations distributed around the sea field. To preserve and utilize this ecosystem, architecture is fragmented to spread the vegetation and form the Island, creating the illusion of a real ground. Each building acts as a spot of city’s vitality, connected to each other by public infrastructures. This composition highlights the idea of an island in its sentimental concept:the nostalgia of a lost soil, reinterpreted by actual resources. This bio-structure is the support of the society either in its operation or in its yearnings.