20 Stunning Futuristic Skyscraper Concepts You Must See - Hongkiat
The future looks bleak. As the human population rises, more and more cities are becoming congested. We are running out of room for development. Hence,
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Skyscraper Airport for City of Tomorrow - Popular Science (Nov, 1939)
WHAT the metropolitan skyport of tomorrow may look like, as conceived by Nicholas DeSantis, New York commercial artist, is shown in the illustration below. His remarkable proposal, embodied in a model that he has completed after five years' study of the project, calls for a 200-story building capped by an airplane field eight city blocks long and three blocks wide. A lower level of his "aerotrop-olis," as he has named it, offers a port for lighter-than-air craft. Hangars for planes and…
5 easy steps to create your company’s vision and values.
Why is it important to set the vision and values for your company? I’m sure most of us learned how to set up a business plan in school (similar to the VMOSA process), an exercise that taught us we…
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4 Fantastic Midcentury Visions of the Home of the Future
Every once in a while, when I’m playing with some strange gadget that ten years ago I never would’ve imagined could’ve existed, or pondering the creepy possibilities presented by drones or face recognition software, it occurs to me that I am living in THE FUTURE. But iPhones and Apple watches aside, the future really looks quite tame — especially compared with the delightfully space age-y versions of it envisioned in the 50s and 60s.