Underground Green City: Soon To Be Built In Russia

Mining generally destroys the environment and landslide may occur when heavy rain pours. In Eastern Siberia, Russia, there was this about 550 meters deep mine that will soon be renewed by an architectural company from Russia. The plans has just recently unveiled and this huge eco-friendly underground city will surely catch every environmentalists attention. If Russia is known of its distractive bombs, this will surely renew their image. This one of a kind underground city will use photovoltaic cells and the glass done will cover the city to maintain constant temperature all throughout the year. The said green city can accommodate up to 100,000 people and will houses residential level, vertical farms, forests, and recreational areas.

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Underground Green City

Source: Eco-City via Infoniac


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2 Comments

  • An efficient and wise use of land. Russia has taken the lead in architecture and arcology. America should catch up, since strip-mining demands an environmentally conscious repair to the gouging of the earth. Vertical farms may be an issue of human survival as the climate changes. Christopher Scarzo. U.S.A.

  • What if we build vertical farms? Say silo in shape (large circular chamber). Connected to this chamber we would have plant chambers/cells which would be vacuum seal-able (prevent insects, bacteria, fungi) so no pesticides, herbicides etc.
    Connected to these cells we would have small lifts to transport the plant vertically for inspection/harvest/re-stocking. With say a small suspended rail to the plant and a extendable arm for pulling/pushing across the rails onto the lift.
    To add a vertical design would allow gravitational collection/recycling/distribution of any water to be re-used.
    A completely mechanized production line. Add a cone roof (surface) which resists wind; with solar panels and your done.

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