Ziggurat Pyramid Dubai: The Funkiest Project Ever Envisioned
“Ziggurat communities can be almost totally self-sufficient energy-wise. Apart from using steam power in the building we will also employ wind turbine technology to harness natural energy resources. Whole cities can be accommodated in complexes which take up less than 10% of the original land surface. Public and private landscaping will be used for leisure pursuits or irrigated as agricultural land”, said Timelinks, MD, Ridas Matonis.
A horizontal and vertical integrated 360 degree network will be the mode of transportation in this city of the future, making cars redundant. Facial recognition technology for security purposes is another interesting feature that is going to be incorporated in Ziggurat Project.
The ginormous pyramid will cover 2.3 square kilometers, will be able to sustain a “community” of up to 1 million and will have plenty of green spaces for recreation and agriculture.
Dubai is one of the major cities in the United Arab Emirates. Although there are pyramids scattered throughout the ancient world, none of those ancient structures are present in Dubai. Dubai’s pyramids are all modern constructions. Instead of the ruined buildings that are visited by tourists, these pyramids are ...