Gateway to the Future

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Future of Outer Space

Here are artists drawings of future space craft and outer space itself that would be in the future:

This picture envisions an outer space ark, for living on top of the worlds surface.

This is a Scram jet, it will glide on the Earths surface and take you around the world say from California to Australia in a few hours, it is a work in progress and is planned on being a new public airline.

This is a highway in outer space, for traveling from planet to planet.

Here you can see a NASA space shuttle taking off in outer space, saving time and money leaving from their then from the Earth below.

This is an artists drawing of future space craft on the Earth, it is about private space travel in the future, your own space craft for travel.

All of these images are based on future projects and many are in the making.


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Our Future City’s

Take a look at our artists views on future city’s, very impressive and some are already in the making.

Gazprom City: the future, rather evocatively named St. Petersburg headquarters for Russian energy giant Gazprom, currently the subject of a high-profile design competition.

This new “city,” however, will just be a cluster of high-tech administrative buildings, although the main tower “is to rise at least 300 meters (985 feet) into the sky and symbolize the growing power of the firm. It is also to be situated just opposite the famed 18th century Smolny Cathedral on the Neva River in historic St. Petersburg.”
This location has proved rather controversial.

Because Gazprom City “is part of a longer range plan by Russian President Vladimir Putin to boost the prestige of his home city,” however, it seems unlikely that the project will be held back. This, after all, may be St. Petersburg’s newest architectural moment: “Much of the development that has occurred in recent years has benefited Moscow, whereas St. Petersburg has seen little change. Only recently, with the celebration of the city’s 300th birthday in 2003, did the city begin awakening from its centuries-long sleep. But even as high-tech projects and a new theater designed by Sir Norman Foster have gone ahead, major changes to the city center, with its numerous UNESCO-protected royal residences and palaces, are considered taboo.”

You have seen Russia’s, now let’s take a look at others:

As I have said before these are artists interpretations, will any of our city’s look this way is quite undecided…

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