There will be 2.03 billion people living in coastal cities by 2050,  this is 1.6 billion currently urbanized plus 0.43 billion newborns urbanized. This without taking into account other water bodies than the sea.

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Coastal systems and master-plans designed to protect shorelines from the effects of climate change.

Landboxes System

Modular, water-based infrastructure for land reclamation that reduces social pressure and ecological impacts.

Landboxes - New York Harbor

Masterplan near the Gowanus Flats, in between Redhook and Industry city, using Landboxes as the land reclamation system.

Landboxes - The Offshore Towers

Use of Landboxes to expand Manhattan, protect it against future storms, bringing new green spaces, and infrastructure.
Use of Landboxes as a platform for launching rockets for space exploration, offering flexibility in the location of the launch pad.
Market Size

2050 projections
Coastal Resiliency

Just for new land reclamation projects, the following profit pool and market size awaits for those moving swiftly and disrupting in this industry:
Trillion USD
Million new habitants

Symbiotic Infrastructures

Bridge existing and planned infrastructures with design to solve urban and environmental challenges.

North-South viaduct, Manila

Using the North-South Railway Project, viaduct and bridge, to improve flooding resiliency of surrounding urban areas.

Sovereignty on Stilts, Colombia

Construction and infrastructural study of stilt communities at the shorelines of the Tropical Belt.

Erosion Urbanism, Kiribati

Alternative urban planning to grow the atoll islands of Kiribati, which are threatened by current climate pressures.

Factors of Coastal Urban Growth

Explore the forces shaping coastal urbanization, such as population growth, migrations, productivity, and city sprawl.

Mumbai´s Urban Growth

Study of one the cities which has historically benefited the most from land reclamation.

Ocean Carbon Absorption Index (OCAI)

Index designed to visualize the nations that contribute the most to the global carbon offset through their oceans.

Global Shoreline Research

Study of coastal areas, its environmental conditions, geographical features, ecological significance, human impacts, and management strategies.
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