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Micro Macro

The vision is an agricultural cooperative between fish and humans where algae fields are protected areas to serve the marine species.

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Living Museum

The Living Museum

Our future is not in outer space but in the ocean. If this deep sear research station is developed then we can duplicate mobile stations.

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Algae Land
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Algae Land

In the year 2050, in the aftermath of great social upheavals, the luxury boats of this world have been transformed. Small floating cities have been built out of them – often in combination with several ships.

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Chrispy Simon

Ocean Tech Campus

The organizer of a campus on the terrestrial site of Rostock is responsible for the floating research station. It is an Ocean Tech Campus, where 16 scientific institutes with 2000 experts work together in an interdisciplinary way.

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Rika Von Schneider

Mußetempel

What if we made our wonderful church architecture again what it once was: the center of society? Detached from religion, churches could be a place of meeting, leisure, learning and creating.

Nina Anckaert

Nina Anckaert

Felipa Goltz

Yachtstadt

In the year 2050, in the aftermath of great social upheavals, the luxury boats of this world have been transformed. Small floating cities have been built out of them – often in combination with several ships.

Nina Anckaert

Nina Anckaert

Kasia Sucheka

Other Reality

The world in the far future is green, clean and without wars. It is a place where all people have equal rights and chances. The Earth´s population is smaller because scientists found other habitable planets that offered a home for many.

Nina Anckaert

Nina Anckaert

Kim Lange

Oxygen Room

We are in a world of the future where, due to massive environmental and air pollution, people are supplied with oxygen by the last rescued (and newly cultivated) plants.

Nina Anckaert

Nina Anckaert

Annika Koppe

Root City

Overpopulation is a world problem. The example of China in particular shows that new solutions must be found for the use of living space.

Nina Anckaert

Nina Anckaert