16 Pieces of Floating Architecture
- Between innovations in medicine, public health awareness and general longevity, it’s only a matter of time before our planet becomes too popu...
The Utopian Sea Cities of Our Future?
There is always the imagination for different buildings on different environments. Of all that, there is being around for a long time, it is a building built under the deep ocean. Even though we all believe it can be done with modern technology, but those who thought of such imagination is reaching a century old....
The ancient Battleship- Carthaginian Trireme
Symbol of Carthaginian power. the Carthaginians prior to the first Punic war were the undisputed naval superpower of the Western Mediterranean Sea.
jolly roger 65 meter yacht by ludovica + roberto palomba for benetti
the 65 meter long 'high-powered car of the sea' is supported by a system of equipped ribs which lighten the volume and allow the use of large windows.
Meet the underwater ghost: High speed machine submerges in a bubble
The Guardian vessel is a ‘submersible unmanned surface vehicle’ that creates a bubble of gas around itself to minimize friction, allowing it to hit a top speed of roughly 40 mph.
Private Yacht as Tropical Island Paradise
So you already have your own private tropical island and giant-sized personal luxury yacht ... how do you take things to the next level? Why, you combine the two into a portable slice of floating paradise, of course! Somewhere between crazy and kitsch, this monster of the sea features its own mi ...
Flying Brick, Alex Jay Brady
Drone ground-effect/hydrofoil cargo freighter I was challenged to sketch a really really big ground effect craft, so here it is! My Patreon supporters get the 3d files and a breakdown. more sketches and paints coming. Thanks for your support!
I want to go around the world in this awesome hydrofoil clipper
Diego González's Birostis is a clipper that uses a hydrofoil hull and can be propelled by sails but also by two front kites (which are out the shot.) According to Diego, "the idea of this design come from the novel Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi."
Cruise Ships of the Future?
Cruise ships continue to evolve and that led us to ask the question, what will cruise ships look like in the future? We searched the deep corners of the internet and found an interesting variety of mock-ups of cruise ships. While most of these will never be built, here are some of the more interesting designs. We found this interesting ship on Cruise.co.uk. Although it looks more like a floating resort with a giant pool in the center than a cruise ship, it would easily dwarf over the largest…
Las dos grandes bases navales del Imperio Romano - Revista de Historia
Las dos grandes bases navales del Imperio Romano estaban en Miseno y Rávena. Las flotas del Imperio Romano se dividían en 2 flotas o "Classis" principales