Nanoflowcell has developed the world’s first electric car powered by salt water named the Quant e-Sportlimousine. This vehicle has now been approved for testing on roads in Germany and Europe. The car is designed to run on a special type of gasoline that is made from salt water.
The OMA and OLIN has been declared as the winner of the seven months long nationwide competition for the design of the Washington D.C.'s first elevated park. This park will traverse the Anacostia river converting the bridge into a park with play areas, kayak/canoe launches, education centers, outdoor amphitheater and urban agriculture.
Futuristic designs of driver-less London underground trains were made by Priestman Goode and transport for London (TFL). These tube trains are designed to be driver-less and operational from 2025. They will run on central, Piccadilly, Bakerloo and Waterloo and city line stations.
The Energy Duck is a submission to the Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) 2014, this year held in Copenhagen, Denmark. This giant solar panel covered duck has been designed to help Copenhagen to be the world's first carbon neutral capital.
The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge, the SkyBridge near the city of Sochi in south-western Russia stretches for almost a kilometer over the Krasnaya Polyana valley. This bridge can handle up to 30,000 people at a time.
A London based architect, Margot Krasojevic has created a house located on the banks of the Seine, that uses powerful movement of waves to generate energy. This Hydroelectric Tidal house was inspired by a seashell and it contains two shells - one inner and one outer.
The international competition to design Mexico city's new international airport was won by collaboration between foster + partners, FR-EE (Fernando Romero Enterprise) and Netherlands airport consultants.