To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Cancun’s development into a worldwide tourist destination, designer Richard Moreta Castillo has envisioned the Grand Cancun eco-complex – a multi-functional offshore eco-platform with luxury resort facilities – expected to be completed in 2020.
This amazing residence stands on the highest site of a mesmerizing island located several miles away from Stockholm, Sweden. Stretching on an area of 137 square meters, the main building includes a beautiful living room, a guest room with kitchen and glass doors leading out to large a bridge deck, a sauna and many more.
With the pressure of increasing intense on our environment, lots of environment friendly projects, architectures and designs have been created. And I can foresee more and more those sustainable designs will be come up and come true. Today, we will feature another incredible proposal “Plastic paradise – CGI images show how a team of Dutch scientists plan to take 44 million kilos of plastic waste currently bobbing around in the Pacific Ocean and transform it into Recycled Island“.
There are always something interesting and amazing in our life, just wait for you to find them, like the face hiding in our life I mentioned in my previous post. Today, I am to continue the exploration, and show you another hidden beauty. You might not notice it when you are living on it. However, when you see it from far away. Bang, you have to admire how magic it is.
The boomerang shaped island is belonging to the Spratly group. The island or atoll change its shape depending on the season. You can view this at Google earth. Just type in the following in the search box: 11° 9’9.87″N 114°47’25.22″E” [link]